9 Fun Things To Do At Home Alone
If you're stuck at home on your own because of the Coronavirus lockdown and need some inspiration for what to do next, below are 9 ideas of fun things to do at home alone that should provide something for everyone...
1) Try Reggae Yoga!
Whether the idea of Reggae Yoga floats your boat or a slightly more straightforward session of Legs, Bums & Tums...MoveGB has a list of live stream classes available, split by Yoga, Fitness, Strength, Dance and Martial Arts. Amongst the online yoga classes and online zumba glasses, you can find unusual classes to try out such as Hula Hoop Online, Strictly Solo Latin Dance Fitness and Combat Fitness.
2) Laugh At Tik Tok Videos
Tik Tok is a platform where anyone can create and publish short videos. Flick through the trending videos, hunt for things of specific interest...or go all out and create and publish your own.
If you love travel and are missing the buzz you get from exploring new countries, why not take a virtual vacation and discover Spain from the comfort of your sofa? We love how this resource covers some of Spain's most famous icons, from buildings such as La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, to writers such as Cervantes and artists such as Picasso and Dali.
4) Learn How To Make Bread
Who doesn't eat bread??? We all love it and it's a basic, daily essential for many. It's super easy to book a class with this website and you can even choose to make Ciabatta, Baguettes, Brioche loaf or Cinnamon buns...now if that doesn't get you salivating. The Epsom Bakehouse
5) Test Your Book Knowledge
Did you know Goodreads is the world's largest site for readers and book recommendations? Not only is it a fantastic resource for book inspiration, but you can also join one of the many different groups or virtual book clubs, take part in online book events or challenge yourself with online quizzes like Who Wrote These Books (Classics) or the Twilight Saga Quiz!
6) Be Blown Away By Art...Without The Crowds
Get lost amongst the stunning selection of virtual museums available online. We fell in love with the following gallery from MOMA New York and with the painting, The Evening Air by Henri-Edmond Cross at Le Musee d'Orsay in Paris. You can click on individual works for further information on pieces.