We’ve been spending a lot more time at home recently, and with the situation currently increasing in seriousness and a dramatic change in everyday life once the social distancing parameters are lifted we wanted to share 10 projects to do at home (not binging Netflix) to help keep you occupied.
1.Clean out your closet
This is probably the first thing many people did as soon as the stay at home order was released, but a closet clean out is not only perfect for Spring cleaning but is also a great way to spend your time. You can go full Marie Kondo and clear out everything that doesn’t spark joy or do a small reorganize, the size of the project is up to you.
2. Bake bread
Everybody and their teenager has been baking bread, it’s super popular amongst Millennials at the moment and is actually very fun! It’s an overnight project with incredibly tasty results!
This is our favourite recipe: https://www.ricardocuisine.com/en/recipes/6623-crusty-white-bread
3. Tie Dye
Social Media has been flooded with tie dye everything, it’s a trending pattern for the S/S season and a major throwback to childhood. It’s so fun and easy, and you can get some beautiful patterns.
Try this method for a trendy pastel look: https://www.brepea.com/pop-art-ice-tie-dye-technique-t-shirt/
4. Take a Nap
If you can get away with it, we highly recommend you take a nap in the middle of the afternoon.
5. Start a DIY project
DIY’s are so fun and can help you relax while developing a new skill! Whether you are doing a home makeover or making macrame plant holders they will spark joy!