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May 28, 2020

Things to Do While Social Distancing



Staying busy while social distancing can be easier said than done. You might think you’ve exhausted all of your options of staying occupied, whether it's around the house or getting outside with your family. Fortunately, we’ve rounded up some articles to inspire you to stay busy while social distancing.

Staying Active


Between working from home, homeschooling children and cancelling social outings, it’s possible that social distancing has you feeling frustrated and stressed. Here are our tips for keeping you and your family physically active and mentally engaged during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Around the House


Spending time in the kitchen is a great way to flex your creative muscles and - when you involve young chefs - spend quality time together as a family. Here are four meal ideas that are perfect for you and your mini-me.

Warm weather is finally here and that means it is time to begin cleaning up all the dirt and grime that winter left behind. Follow this spring cleaning checklist to ensure every nook and cranny of your house is spotless.

With your Family


It’s likely your child’s school has sent home materials to keep them busy during the COVID-19 school closing, but that may only occupy them for so long during the upcoming weeks. Here are a few tips to keep both you and your kids busy during this time at home together.

While Mother’s Day has come and gone, social distancing may still be putting a damper on celebrating mom with future brunch plans. The good news is there are still plenty of ways to show your appreciation for mom from afar. Check out this blog for inspiration on celebrating together, no matter if you’re near or far. These ideas can also be modified to show appreciation or gratitude for any special person in your life!

Social distancing doesn’t have to mean staying inside! Check out a few ways you can stay busy outdoors while flattening the curve.


Working From Home


Working from home can be a comfortable and convenient way to stay safe while social distancing, and may be more common in the future. Here are some tips for working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Whether you work from home or need a comfortable place to do paperwork, there’s a lot that goes into designing a home office. Read on to learn how to design the perfect home office and make working from home work for you.

In your Community


Social distancing doesn’t have to mean separating yourself from your community entirely. Here’s how to support your local community while practicing social distancing.

Around the House


What better time to address some of the eyesores and headaches around your home than now? Check out this article for a few areas in your home you’ll be glad you spruced up!

Now that taking extra precautions to keep ourselves and homes as germ-free as possible is part of our day to day, check out these tips on how to do just that.

While beneficial to the environment, recent studies have shown that using reusable bags for hauling groceries can lead to food contamination. If you have continued to use reusable bags during the COVID-19 pandemic, you’ll want to make sure you’re keeping them as clean and germ-free as possible.

Have you ever completed a home inventory checklist? If not, now is the perfect time to document all of the things you’ve purchased over the years that can really add up if something were to happen to them! Click the button below for a PDF download to get started today.

Become inspired by past dreams!

While you may not be out and about like you once were, think about things you once wished you could do and do them! Thought about learning to play guitar? There is an online class for that! How about becoming a pro-crafter? Tutorials are all over the internet these days. Wish you could get more active? Check out the many online fitness classes available. Look for silver linings and stay inspired!




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