Here are 10 things you can do at home while under quarantine

Ten things to do with the family and by yourself

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The coronavirus pandemic has Americans on edge and having to live a lifestyle that doesn’t mesh with the hustle and bustle we’ve grown accustomed to.  But even in these crazy times, there are positives that come out of it.  Spending time with family and just slowing down a bit can do everyone some good.  With that in mind, here are ten things you can do while stuck at home ‘social distancing.’

Playing Cards

Nothing beats a good game of solitaire. Also check out other card games like Phase 10, Old Maid, and Go Fish.

Bake Something!

A sweet treat with loved ones a great way to spend your time!

Learn a New Language

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There are countless programs online now that will engage your mind and give you practical, real world skills.

Learn to play an instrument

A fun way to pass time and learn something new!  YouTube instructional videos abound, so dive in.

Have a photoshoot!

Photos are a great keepsake and today’s technology makes it super easy to have all those memories in one spot!


Screaming “Don’t Stop Believing” at the top of your lungs is a requirement for karaoke, right?

Video chat with Family or Friends

Even if you can’t meet in person doesn’t mean you can’t speak to your loved ones! Make sure to give everyone a call!

Play a new video game

It doesn’t have to be Call of Duty…there are a lot of great memory building apps out there.

Read a new book

Reading is a great way to escape the everyday life.


Nothing inspires the mind more than a new clean space! Re-arrange your space, add new furniture, or repaint.

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