March 25, 2020
Thanks to COVID-19, we’re all spending a lot more time indoors these days. And while it’s for a good reason, many of us certainly miss being out in the world.
Sure, Netflix, books, and indoor hobbies can help pass the time, but that doesn’t mean we don’t feel like we’re missing out on exciting things in the world. Or, worse, we’re just downright bored.
But not to worry! Thanks to the marvels of the modern age, the internet can bring many things that can help us to connect and get that much-needed culture. Artists are broadcasting directly into our homes, museums are offering virtual tours, live plays are being streamed, and more! We may not be able to go out into the world, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be able to experience it! Heck, why limit yourself to our world? Let’s check out Mars!
Here is a list of some of our favorite ways to utilize the internet during this time of social distancing:
Hopefully, these alternatives to binge-watching shows and movies will give you plenty to do while you are social distancing from others! We may have to keep six feet apart, but there is still so much of the world at your fingertips.
Leave a comment below of the most interesting thing you’ve discovered online to pass the time!
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