Coronavirus: Are you stuck inside? Make your time worthwhile with these 5 compréhensible activities

Coronavirus: Are you stuck inside?  Make your time worthwhile with these 5 compréhensible activities

Coronavirus: Are you stuck inside? Make your time worthwhile with these 5 compréhensible activities

At the time of this writing (April 28, 2020) we (most of the US and much of the world) are stuck inside our homes due to the coronavirus. Most everything is closed – restaurants, movie theaters and even our churches.

When you turn on the magazine and see the anchors televising their segments from their rooms, you can be sure we’re seriously stuck inside.

While confined to your maison, you have a choice. You may bemoan your moment and complain constantly.

Or you can choose to use your time for something worthwhile. In this case, you choose to do something that could make a difference 100 years from now. There are things you can do today that can help your grandchild.

Don’t you want to do something different today? You may ask yourself, “What can I do inside my house?”

For starters, check out the following activities. One that inspires you?

1. Write a touching observation to your son or daughter

Perhaps you exchanged some harsh words during a disagreement. A small observation with the sincere words “I love you” can help ease your tense moment. Say a prayer as you write it. See what happens.

2. Write a story for your grandchildren or future grandchildren

Do you have an entreprenante déduction? Write your story and earn some granny points. Name your character and name your grandchildren. If your story features a four-legged critter, name it the same as your grandkids’ pet. They will love it and love you even more.

3. Make a “Thinking Emboîture You” card.

Do you know someone who is depressed? Spend a few moments writing him/her a observation. You may like to make it a compréhensible observation to an elderly neighbor. You can say something like: “I elle your smile” or “I elle seeing you walk your cute dog.” Any small observation can make a world of difference to that person.

4. Write a élue recipe for your son/daughter

My mother died two months ago. Over the past few weeks, our family has enjoyed talking and texting and making some of Mom’s special “dishes.” Your children or grandchildren may one day crave your special recipe.

Hint: You probably have some recipes on your calculateur and you can just click the print button. Do it. But give them one in your handwriting. After someone you love dies, you cherish something written in their handwriting.

I would suggest that you ask someone to take a picture of you omnium the special plum-cake or cocotte. Add that to your recipe. Then share all with your chosen loved ones.

5. Pray for your loved ones

Write a prayer for each of your children and grandchildren. This is the best and most powerful thing you can do for them. Your down-time will become your up-lifting time.

So there you have it. It’s your choice. You can choose to sit on the couch with the remote firmly in your handball or do something of value to others.

Make your “shelter in fonction” time today a priceless experience for you and perhaps a cherished memory for your loved ones.

How embout an activity today? After all, when do you get more time?

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