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Things to do this Lockdown

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Well, we are all back in Lockdown again. I know it is hard, frustrating and tiring but there is always light at the end of the tunnel. Nights are getting darker and longer but there are many ways you can utilise and enjoy your time. I will give you a few of my suggestions for different activities you can do!

Make a banana bread or breads

Well, this is not a surprise! I love banana bread and if you haven’t tried it you have to give it a go. It’s simple, cheap and tasty! You can find many different recipes online so make use of them and put your baking skills to use.

Read those books

We all have a list of books we have been wanting to read forever so make sure you grab a copy of those and start reading it. It will start making you feel fulfilled and inspired. Books are always good company!

Start a journal

Journaling is a therapeutic and a satisfying activity to do. It helps to keep my mind calm. Journaling doesn’t have to be long it can simply be a few lines a day. It’s a simple task yet so powerful!

Have a zoom party

I know how it feels to be missing all family and friends. But we are living in a time where technology is helping us all to stay connected. So, plan a zoom party this could be a games night, questions night or just a catch-up party. Whatever it is make sure to stay connected with all your loved ones!

Start Working out

This is the best time to use all those workout apps that you have downloaded in the last few months or years. Roll out those yoga mats, play some music and work it all out. This could either be something as simple as dancing to a song or following a thorough session via an app or YouTube.

Go out for walks

It’s important to stay connected with nature especially at a time like this. So make sure to go out and get some fresh air to calm your mind!

I can have a long list of all the things you can do to keep your self occupied but it doesn’t mean you have to do it all. Take time and do what is best for you. Look after yourself and if you need help always make sure to reach out, everyone is there to help!

Take care

Sabrina 🙂

Sri LankaUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)
Sabrina Mohamed Irfan | Civil and Infrastructure Engineering (Degree Apprenticeship) Contact Sabrina
Degree Apprenticeships, Civil Engineering, work experience, work life balance, Time…
Find out more about me Contact Sabrina

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