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You Could Do This!

Here are a few things that you can do during lockdown.

Lunch ‘n Learn !

Cook Something New

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One good thing about being home a lot is that you can finally spend time cooking things from scratch. You can find great recipes online, even if you’re on a limited budget. Jack Monroe’s recipes are specifically created for people on strict budgets or relying on food banks, while Miguel Barclay is best known for his one pound meals.


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Ever want to your study at your dream university? You can finally do so with Coursera. Coursera partners with more than  200 leading universities and companies to bring flexible, affordable, job-relevant online learning to individuals and organizations worldwide. Coursera offers a range of learning opportunities—from hands-on projects and courses to job-ready certificates and degree programs.


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Skillshare is an online learning community with thousands of classes for creative and curious people, on topics including illustration, design, photography, video, freelancing, and more. On Skillshare, members come together to find inspiration and take the next step in their creative journey.

Paint with Bob Ross

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Have any paint and brushes lying around? You!ll be pleased to know that 403 episodes of the timeless Joy of Painting have been added to YouTube so you can listen to his soothing tones while you paint happy little trees and enjoy the beauty of imperfections.



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Meditation and mindfulness doesn’t just help people stay calm – practitioners around the world rely on it to help them focus, remain present, and appreciate what they have. It’s a simple concept that can be hard to master, but you can start now, at home, and see if it works for you.

Understand Nutrition

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Comfort eating is understandable, but won’t help you enter summer happier and healthier. Understanding nutrition and how food affects your body, health, and mood, will help you make better decisions for your overall wellbeing and even better use of your current food cupboard. Our Food as Medicine course is one of our most popular courses and has helped thousands of people better understand how what they eat affects how they think and feel.

Winter Spa Escapes

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We’ve got 8 perfect spa escapes in Ontario for you to rejuvenate at. Get a massage, get a facial, dip in some hot springs, and maybe just never come back!
Here are 8 great spa escapes in Ontario.



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Heygo – a travel specific live-streaming platform. One that would allow local guides to share the places they know best with the hope that it can bring people around the world closer together.

Visit the MoMA

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A huge number of art galleries and museums around the world have digitized their collections are now offering free virtual tours. New York’s MoMA is just one of the incredible galleries that you can visit from your own sofa, where you can enjoy Pollock and Monet without the crowds.

Tour Ancient Rome

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You may feel cut off from the rest of the world, but you can time travel.
Current technology means that you can explore other cities and even other times online, such as this virtual tour of ancient Rome which takes you through the forum, capitoline hill, and famous monuments.

Go to 500 Museums or Galleries

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If you’re still looking for more galleries or museums to visit, Google’s arts and culture collection has virtual tours of 500 top attractions around the world, including national galleries from around the world, individual artist museums, and even the Eiffel Tower.

Get Motivated!


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Go to your local book store or shop online. You can read online for free, or find free audibles to listen too.


  • Reading strengthens your brain
  • Increases your ability to empathize
  • Builds your vocabulary
  • Helps prevent age-related cognitive decline
  • Reduces stress
  • Helps alleviate depression symptoms
  • May even help you live longer

Work Out

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With gyms and fitness studios closing their doors in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus, many personal trainers, fitness instructors, and studios have shifted their offerings to virtual sessions—and some established online fitness programs have extended their trial periods or made select content available free of charge. A lot of people think they need equipment to work out, and you don’t! So get moving!


  • Improve your memory and brain function (all age groups).
  • Protect against many chronic diseases.
  • Aid in weight management.
  • Lower blood pressure and improve heart health.
  • Improve your quality of sleep.
  • Reduce feelings of anxiety and depression.
  • Combat cancer-related fatigue.
  • Improve joint pain and stiffness.
  • Maintain muscle strength and balance.
  • Increase life span.


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Missing karaoke night with your friends? You can still do it from home. Apps like AirConsole let you turn your smartphone into a mic, and sing your favourite hits with the usual gang and practice new songs to sing at the bar once you feel like venturing out of the house.

Get a Penpal

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You probably fell out of contact with your highschool penpal from French exchange but that doesn’t mean you can’t try again.
Connect with people around the world and make a new friend.
You can find penpals online and get started straight away to broaden your horizons and make new connections.