Updated: Jun 17
We've got some pretty chill ideas to keep you from losing it over the next 21 days.
Nurture the artist in you.
Lean how to apply make up like the pros
Learn how to do nail art.
Purge through Cleaning.
Spring clean your room and house. Re-arrange the furniture to see if you can create a better layout.
Go through your closet and create a donation pile.
When you're done with your room, do the living room and kitchen.
Those books that have been lying around your home, neglected.
Read to your siblings and family.
Read old magazines and newspaper articles and reflect on what has changed since they were published.
Amazon gives away a lot of free books that you can download onto your smartphone or kindle.
Master the Culinary Arts
Try new recipes
Gather the ingredients in your cupboard to find new recipes or create new ones.
Hold a cooking competition with your family members. The winner can skip chores for a month or (if your parents are up to it) get some cash.
Practice Creative Writing Skills
Go through your old journals and write a blog post about your life experiences.
Start journaling if you've never tried it before. Its actually great for your mental health.
Find out what blogs and media are looking and paying for contributions.
Send us a post for our FBF blog.
Learn to meditate.
Give yourself a facial using products you can find in your fridge and cupboards. (See some great ones here).
Give yourself pedicure. (See how easy it is!)
Sleep train. Yes, we know only babies sleep train but young people have the worst sleep patterns! This is the time to re-condition your body and mind to sleep restfully. (Read more on adult sleep training here) and (here).
Finally, plan for your future because all this COVID19 stuff is sure to end sooner or later and you want to be prepared to hit the ground running!