Working hard from home, or self-isolating?
We know it’s tough right now and it sucks being stuck inside – we feel your pain! But as we’re all in this together, we’ve found some fun things for you to check out and do; hopefully keeping you amused if you find yourself twiddling your thumbs. Check out our top 5 (or maybe 7)!
1) Get your theatre fix for free!
If you prefer the opera, The Met will stream performances whilst they are closed. For more information and times, click here!
2) Visit a museum… VIRTUALLY!
Ever wanted to visit New York’s Gugenheim Museum but never had the time? Leave your passport where it is and keep your slippers on, and have a stay-cation in the Big Apple click here to be transported to the city that never sleeps!
You can even visit The Dalí Museum in Florida! Let’s go!
3) Had enough of earth?
We feel ya! Let’s go to space! NASA’s free Space Center Houston app features interactive audio tours, GPS maps, selfie filters, augmented reality experiences, VR and more!
The gyms are closed, you’re only allowed out to exercise once per day and your sofa has remembered the shape of your bottom and your legs have a permanent crease from being sat down all day. And that’s just day 1 of lockdown. Check these out to keep your mind and body tip-top!
4) P.E With Joe
Class starts at 9am, so be prompt, be present, and please remember your PE kit! No lost property fallback unfortunately…
Missing BodyBalance, BodyCombat, BodyStep and BodyPump?
With Les Mills on Demand you can subscribe for FREE to keep up with your favourite classes!
The dance phenomenon that is Diversity have made access to their classes and tutorials completely free for everybody until the start of May!
And one for luck!
7) The WIRED Podcast
The award-winning WIRED UK Podcast with James Temperton and the rest of the team. Listen every week for an informed and entertaining rundown of latest technology, science, business and culture news. New episodes every Friday. The latest episode is about how to cope with social distancing. Click here for a listen.
Written by Amber Lovell