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You Could Do This!

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

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.