Tired of Netflix? 7 alternative plans for the time of home confinement

In a globally connected world where we’re used to being constantly on the move, it may seem difficult to stay put for an unknown period of time. But rather than feeling restricted and confined, look at it as being given the freedom to do a lot of the things you’ve always wanted to do and never had the time for. Like finishing that book, trying out a new recipe, or playing with your kids. Now is the time to say yes to all those things that somehow always get pushed aside on your priority list. Time to slow down, connect with yourself and others, and maybe even re-evaluate what matters most.

Tired of Netflix? 7 alternative plans for the time of home confinement

In a globally connected world where we’re used to being constantly on the move,...

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