In an article published on RACV.com.au, written by Living Well’s Sue Hewitt in late March 2020, there is a comprehensive list of productive options to keep mind, body and children active or entertained while isolation keeps us close to home.
Rather than watch telly, the author suggests learning a language, or upskilling in general; gives links to art and museums that can be explored online; suggests ways of being creative and enjoying fitness at home.
· Quench your thirst for learning: Mooc, YouTube Tutorials, free reno classes
· Dance because no on is watching
· Go gree – vegies and herbs
· Virtual Tours