Showing posts from April, 2020

Things to Do (From Home) This Weekend

Brunching, shopping, traveling, and meeting friends will return, but there is no reason why we cannot make the most of our weekends even now. Yes, for many of us days have merged one into the other and we are losing track of time. However, it is important to break up the week into periods of work and relaxation, so you can reset. Here is a list of things that we hope will find a place in your weekend plans.
Host a Netflix watch party: If the number of video calls we make are a testament, we sure do miss our friends. We cannot wait until we see each other and share stories and laughter in real-time. Enter, Netflix Watch Party, a service that allows you and your friends to get together and watch Netflix. A free Chrome extension allows you to gather your friends around the same video. A little chat window allows you to be critics in real-time too. Let’s get the popcorn out.

Write to people you love: Yes, you shouldn’t be loading the postal service with lighthearted mail at this time, but …

Build Skills and Have Fun with These Games You Can Play From Home

If you thought gaming was only for the nerds, you couldn’t be further from the truth. Board games, video games, mobile games, have all seen a rise in adoption in recent years and the trend isn’t going away anywhere. As many of us spend time indoors, it’s a great idea to turn off the television and indulge in some games. Not only is this a great way to unwind, but it also serves an intellectual function. Games help your mind develop agility, improve your reflexes, strengthen decision-making abilities, and more. So, without further ado, here is a list of different kinds of games we hope you will enjoy
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp – A rage in mobile gaming, this is a free-to-start game, with in-app purchases available. Welcomed to rave reviews, Animal Crossing allows players to escape to a campsite where they collect critters, decorate their cabins, or worry about the fruits they hope will ripen soon. Underneath these seemingly small worries, lies the game’s main objective; to build the b…

Tips to Help you Unwind, Reconnect, and Reenergize

Things have changed fast over the past month and we are all trying to adapt while also continuing to take care of ourselves and our families. This is no easy task and requires energy and mental resilience. The beautiful thing about human beings is that the more positivity we sow within ourselves, the more strength we can share with those around us. Here are some tips and tools that can help you reflect and reenergize.
Take time for yourself – In the need to take care of other people, it’s easy to forget the most important person you should take care of – yourself. The first step in the cycle of caring requires that you set some time, as little as 15 minutes a day, to connect with yourself. Each individual functions differently and has a different set of demands, so don’t limit yourself to a specific period of the day. One day, you could take 15 minutes in the morning and on a different day you could take this time before turning in for the night. Choose whatever time works for you. T…