This summer is different from the ones you’re used to. You can’t go to the beach or host an outdoor party because we are dealing with a pandemic. You have to say at home, turn on the ac units and relax. So what can you do to make the most of this summer? Ever since the quarantine period started, people have become creative. Here is a list of fun and creative things that you can do from your home.
Host a Virtual Barbecue
Who says you can’t have a backyard party with your friends during quarantine? As long as you can see and talk to each other, it’s a party. Set up a virtual barbecue using a video calling platform. Send an invite to your friends a few days before the event. Go out and buy some meat for you and your family. Then, on the day of the event, go to your backyard and live stream the event. Grill your meat and ask your friends to do the same from where they are. Continue with the conversation as you all grill your meats and sausages. It may feel awkward at first, but once you get the hang of it, you will be doing virtual barbecues every weekend.
Learn to Bake from an Online Class
According to research, baking can help to improve your moods. Luckily, there are professional bakers online that are willing to teach you how to make your favorite cakes for free. Search popular video streaming sites for those classes. You won’t lose interest because they are short and straightforward.
Take a Virtual Vacation
In the spirit of solidarity, some hotels are streaming live videos of their magnificent surroundings. Yes, you can watch the Bahamas sunrise and sunset from the comfort of your home. The good news is that they are not charging anything for those services. You can bask in the sun as you listen to the streaming of ocean waves from the Maldives.
Learn to Mix Drinks
Although everybody is cooped up in the homes, we still keep in touch. Bartenders that are also staying at home with their families have started streaming live lessons showing people how to mix drinks. If you have missed your favorite drink, go online and learn to make the mixture yourself. The good news is that some bartenders take live questions. Ask them how to make your best drink, and they’ll show you.
You can still enjoy your summer despite being at home. Host virtual events to catch up with friends. Take some online lessons to keep yourself entertained and relaxed. Finally, be patient because this period will come to end, and you will go back to your normal life.