4 activities for an amazing day at home
Being stuck at home in the summertime can feel like a drag, but it doesn't have to be that way! With a little planning, you can enjoy an amazing day at home. Here are 4 activities to try on a slow day.
1-hour at-home yoga flow
When's the last time you took the time to really let it flow? If you've been feeling a little cagey and stiff, this 1-hour at-home yoga flow video can help you calm your mind, work your body and unclench your stiff muscles. That's right -- you can do yoga outside of a yoga studio for free! If you don't own a yoga mat, try one of these alternatives.
Homemade Focaccia Bread
If you have flour, yeast, salt, butter and olive oil, you can make some really delicious focaccia bread in just one day with pretty minimal hands-on prep time! It's a really fun, easy and rewarding activity to tackle on a slow day. If you start the process first thing in the morning, you'll be eating freshly-baked focaccia by dinnertime! Get the shockingly easy but delicious recipe here.
Closet overflowing? Now is the perfect time to clean it up! If you don't know where to begin, here's a surefire way to tackle the job and choose what you shouldn't keep. Start by trying on what you have. Does it fit? Does it look flattering? Is it comfortable? If it isn't, it might be time to part ways. That should take care of a large number of items. For everything else, turn your hangers to face the wall. Every time you wear something, put it away with the hanger hook facing the opposite way. After one year, check to see which hangers are still facing the wall. You'll know exactly what hasn't been worn in a year!
The world is a bit topsy turvy right now, so it's important to take time to ground yourself. Meditation is a great way to spend any length of time that you want to spare. It can help you reduce stress, focus and calm your mind and relax. We like to do it before bed to enhance sleep. This easy, 15-minute guided meditation will help if you're new to meditation.
The team at Panoramic Properties hopes you give these 4 activities a try the next time you feel stuck at home! They'll help you pass the time in a productive and enjoyable way.
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