While “social distancing”, you may be biting at the bit, not being able to do what you are used to doing daily. There are hundreds of things that you can do to keep you busy during this time, we have you covered with many great things, including a few you can do to your vehicles. Now is the time to relax, but when you have been cooped up for weeks, and still cannot go to the mall or movie theaters, how can you spend your time? We got you covered with a whole list of things that will help you survive “stay at home.”
Pick up a New Instrument
There is a website called Fedner that announced they are giving three free months of lessons on Fender Play. The company is teaching people to play acoustic guicar, bass, electric guitar, or ukulele. All you need is an instrument and to sign up. Click here to learn more.
Learn to draw
Mo Willems, a well-known author, author of the pigeon and elephant hosts a daily lunch doodle. The classes are all on YouTube. Moreover, Disney animator Mike Woodside is hosting a daily drawing class in which he teaches kids and adults to draw. You can learn more on his showings on his twitter and YouTube as well.
Binge-watch a series
Whether it is on Netflix, Hulu, or Disney+ there are hundreds of great series’ out there for everyone to enjoy. There are series’ that run for 14 seasons, this will help make time go by faster if you are having trouble passing time. There are even classic television shows for you to enjoy, along with great movies for the whole family.
Read a Book
Like binge-watching a series, reading a book can help pass time during this time. There is a list on Jamesclear.com that suggest reading a few books that you may have never had time to read but always wanted to.
Play board games, card games
Dig out one of the board games that are stashed away in the hallway closet. Bring the whole family to the living room and play games like trivial pursuit, or play a classic game like monopoly or Risk. There’s no need to play the short versions of these games since we all have so much time to kill.
Disinfect/Wash your Vehicle
Since life has sort of slowed down and were not on the go 24/7 we finally have time to break out the hose, buckets, and cleaning supplies to clean our cars. You may not be able to drive anywhere at the moment but cleaning a car in the driveway is oddly satisfying.
About Peninsula Auto Body
We live and work within the San Francisco Peninsula area. Our commitment to the community extends from helping our customers to helping our team members and right into the community itself. At Peninsula Auto Body, we are neighbors helping neighbors, especially after an automotive accident. From towing to filing claims to making sure you have transportation while we fix your vehicle, as your neighbor, we’ll help take care of you. We’re here in your time of need. If you have questions or comments, please contact us calling us at 650.588.0999. or visiting our webpage.