For most people, one of the hardest aspects of quarantine under the Covid-19 pandemic is social isolation. Not being able to see your friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers on a regular basis can feel really disruptive.
The good news is social isolation doesn’t mean you can’t expand your virtual horizons. There still are ways you can stay connected during quarantine. We’re going to show you some of our favorites.
Even when you’re stuck at home, you can still have a fun fiesta for Cinco de Mayo by planning a delicious menu of Mexican favorites. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
It’s like that first sip of coffee, but for the soul. It’s a much-needed break from everyday life. It’s something to look forward to. It’s the reminder there are many things greater than ourselves.
But, sometimes you are unable to travel and it can be a real bummer. Don’t let it keep you down. Instead, do these things while you wait.
When you’re in between travels and have a little downtime, don’t just reminisce about past adventures- use your photos to create fun projects to display! Here are some ideas to get you started.
This New York locale is practically synonymous with summertime. Its beloved boardwalk and amusement park have been delighting visitors for decades, and there are plenty of places to fill up on delicious food. Here are some of our favorites.
Want to work out but you don’t have a gym available?
Before you head back to your couch and eat some snacks, realize you only need two things to work out in your home: your body and about five feet of space.
If you’ve got extra equipment lying around, a kettlebell, dumbells, jump rope, or even some heavy water bottles, you can add these to the mix too.
In this post, we’re going to share some exercises to do in your home to stay fit when you can’t go out.
Nothing beats the experience of taking in the ballet or wandering through a brand new city. But when much of the world is in isolation, there are still ways to get in on the excitement of cultural institutions and attractions with only a wi-fi connection and a sense of adventure.
Compared to a lot of places around the world, the United States isn’t known for its bike culture. Part of that is just geography, being a large country with lots of land means it’s more challenging to get around without a car or public transportation.
But, that doesn’t mean that bike culture in the US isn’t growing.
In fact, there are plenty of cities around the country that are encouraging visitors and residents to use bikes a lot more often and are making it easier to do so.
Let’s take a look at a few of these biking friendly cities in the US.