5 Ways To Stay Productive in Quarantine
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5 Ways To Stay Productive in Quarantine

We all need a little productivity.

5 Ways To Stay Productive in Quarantine

  1. Take LinkedIn Courses


There is a large variety of courses that you can subscribe to on LinkedIn ranging from leadership skills to using Adobe Illustrator! These programs can help improve basic skills and teach you new techniques while keeping you occupied. It can help your career and show ambition and motivation especially during times like these!

2. Go for a walk


Going outside every day can be quite beneficial, getting some fresh air and walking around the neighborhood can be a light exercise that lifts your mood each day especially with the increasingly nice weather. The best times could be in the morning, or after a meal to help digest and relax!

3. Painting and DIYs


At this point, you have most likely seen the TikToks where everyone is reverse tie-dying their old clothes. Why not take it a step further and get more creative, try picking up a new hobby like cutting and sewing up some old clothes to create new ones or even pick up some brushes and paint while sitting out in the sun and painting some of your surroundings!

4. Organize Your Room


Reorganizing, cleaning, or even rearranging the furniture in your room can make your day a lot better. There is a sense of fulfillment and you'll feel refreshed when you climb into a clean well-made bed at the end of the day, or maybe even in the middle of the day for a restoring nap!

5. Get into Baking


Your favorite restaurants and bakeries are most likely not open at the moment, in which case you can recreate some of your favorites on your own! There are tons of simple and delicious recipes to try from Food Network or from the internet in general. It can be stress-relieving and efficient to bake and cook on your own, you can even share with your family and friends!

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