2020 has been one of the strangest years on record and that is all down to the dreadful Coronavirus pandemic that has seen millions of us lose our jobs, and be placed under quarantine in our own homes. The chances of this lockdown period being lifted anytime soon are remote so we face the prospect of spending the long sweltering summer at home. For some of us, this time will be seen as a well-earned rest, whereas for others with young families it will be a challenge to fill the days doing something constructive and keeping the kids out of mischief. Here we are going to take a look at how best to spend the summer at home in 2020
Do some exercise
With all this free time on our hands it is the perfect opportunity to get fit and healthy, so why not do an activity like yoga that the entire family can participate in? The barriers to entry are virtually nil as all you need is an internet connection to watch some practice videos and some loose-fitting clothing. It does not matter what your levels of fitness are, classes can be done in a group, and after following a 30-day course you will find that your body has been toned and that your mind has relaxed, which will help you get through the lockdown as a family together.
Learn a Language
Many of us have always liked the idea of going to Spain or Italy on holiday and being able to order a beer in a bar or a pizza in a trattoria, so now is the perfect opportunity to learn a new language and make those dreams come true. In recent years there has been a proliferation of language apps available, that can guide you from beginner to expert in your chosen language in no time at all. You will be doing something educational during the lockdown, and kids can join in too, getting one step ahead of their classmates before school starts again.
Turn on the AC
No one likes to spend the summer indoors at the best of times, but with lockdown, in full force, we face the prospect of spending the hottest months of the year indoors. If you do not already have AC then now is the time to treat yourself because it will make your life a whole lot more bearable. If you already have a system then the professionals of https://www.coolearth.com.sg/ recommend that you have it serviced as soon as possible, as this will save you money in the long run by making it more efficient, and it will also improve the quality of the air that you breathe. So, treat yourself and invest or upgrade your AC system today.
Learn to bake
Everybody loves freshly baked bread and pastries, and given it is difficult to get to the local shops, why not learn to make it yourself? It is such a fun activity that kids will love taking part and the fact that there are tangible results (no matter how bad!) in the end makes it incredibly rewarding. You can order different types of flour and yeast over the internet and there are many online recipes that you can follow or tutorials that you can watch. So, order those provisions today, and in the weeks that come you can wake up the whole household to the wonderful smell of freshly baked bread.
Do some gardening
Gardening is one of the most relaxing hobbies that you can take up as it allows you to get in touch with beautiful colors and fresh smells of nature. Furthermore, it can also put food on your table if you have room for a little vegetable patch, and all the family, even the youngest kids, can join in. There is nothing more exciting for the youngsters to see tiny seeds grow into carrots or broccoli, and once the product is ready they can learn to turn it into healthy soups or salads. Summer is the perfect time of year to harvest your crops, so take advantage of the warm weather and get out into the garden today.
Spending time at home in the summer is never easy so it is important to think outside of the box and try some new activities that can be enjoyed by all the family. Children will love learning to bake fresh bread and can also turn their hand to gardening so that they can eventually eat what they manage to grow. Keep them fit by having some family yoga classes and the lockdown period will pass in an instant, leaving the family healthier and closer together.
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