10. Clean Your Room
It may sound simple, but cleaning your space can reduce stress and anxiety. Once you clean your room, you'll not only have done something nice for yourself, but you can start a routine of cleanliness that you can continue in the future. It can also help you feel more organized and help you be productive in other areas of your life, like schoolwork.
9. Read A Book
Sitting down a reading a book is extremely productive. It can be hard to sit at home and not watch TV and scroll through Instagram all day, but it can be good to unplug from all of your electronics for an hour at a time and unwind.
8. Do Some Yardwork
Pull some weeds that have been an eyesore, or mow your lawn. Cleaning your yard could make it more inviting and encourage you to spend more time outside.
7. Cook Something Healthy
You've got the ingredients, Google has the recipes, make something you haven't made before. Not only is it educational, but it can benefit other people as well as yourself.
6. Ask Your Family If They Need Help
Helping others can be the most productive thing you can do. It benefits yourself and others while also giving you something to do at home.
5. Take A Shower
Self-care is extremely important, and it can be hard to keep up when you're sitting at home all day. Taking a shower is the most simple step in self-care and being clean can be the easiest way to be productive for someone with very little energy.
4. Watch Something Educational
Learning something new is quick, easy, and can be done through Netflix. Watching a documentary about something you know very little about is another easy way to be productive without having to leave the house.
3. Make Something
Doing crafts is not only relaxing, but it can provide a physical outlet for relieving stress. There are DIY crafts all over the internet and many of the crafts can be very useful for later.
2. Spend Time With Your Pets
Animals are proven to reduce depression, stress, and anxiety. Not only is spending time with animals good for you, its good for the animals as well.
1. Download A Workout App
Apps like BetterMe, 7M Workout, and DailyYoga are all great options for at home workout apps. They require no weights or equipment, just five to twenty minutes and space for the workout. Exercise is one of the best ways to feel productive and exercising at home can be ideal for people who can't go to the gym for whatever reason.