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Things to Do While Stuck at Home

By Stephen R. Farris

What to do, what to do? That's the burning question with so many people still reporting to work via Zoom, Zoho, Google Meet, or whichever video conferencing program being used as America works from home. There's plenty of slack time available during the work week for those workers. 

With all that extra time, and the fact that people are at home most of that time, it's no wonder the effects have taken their toll on their mental health. Especially when most of those people were used to living an active lifestyle, whether going to the gym, eating out at restaurants, heading to the club, or attending concerts. 

The last place they want to be is stuck inside the house all day, every day. Luckily, there are a few things that can help break up the boredom of being stuck at home. We have the internet to thank for that, so let's take a look at a few ways to keep from getting stuck in a mental rut.

Tour a Museum Online

If you enjoy visiting museums, then check out Google's Arts and Culture website. The website has teamed up with over 500 museums and art galleries from around the world to give visitors a virtual tour. You can take a tour of The British Museum in London, England, the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul, South Korea, or Pergamon Museum in Berlin, Germany, to name a few. Who knows, you might learn or see something new!

Go on a Virtual Hike

If you enjoy the great outdoors and love to go hiking, then The Hidden Worlds of The National Parks (also available in the Google Arts and Culture website) would be a perfect way to ease your anxiety. You can view an exhibit -- that offers 360-degree viewing -- or watch the interactive documentary tours. The interactive tours offer some places that are "secret," in which you may never get the opportunity to see in real life. You'll have the opportunity to visit U.S. National Parks on the mainland, as well as a virtual flight over the volcanoes in Hawaii. What a wonderful way to break the monotony! 

The main thing is to keep from succumbing to anxiety and depression, and there's no better way than to keep you brain active. Plus, these ideas might actually help you learn something new and interesting.  

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Lake Forest, Calif.

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