Making the Most of Social Distancing
Suggestions to Keep You and Your Family Happy and Healthy
C O O K I N G
Be your own personal chef. Throw on an apron, pick up a spatula and get cooking! No prior culinary experience is necessary.
K I D S / F A M I L Y
Put down the screens and pick up some scissors. Here are some fun activities to do with the kiddos and you don’t need a degree in Art!
G A R D E N I N G
The sun is shining, the birds are singing and you need to get some fresh air. Here are some easy gardening ideas even if your thumb isn’t green.
S E L F C A R E
Time-outs aren’t just for kids anymore. We all need quiet time. Here is some guided Yoga for those of us who don’t know the difference between Downward Dog and Tree Pose.
A R O U N D T H E H O U S E
You’ve been putting off that Spring Cleaning for long enough. Now’s the perfect time to dig in. Pick one room and get busy.
G E T M O V I N G
Just because you can’t get to the gym, doesn’t mean you can’t stay healthy. Stretch your legs and clear your mind with a walk in your neighborhood. Or, try out a few of these workouts you can do at home.