If you’re finding yourself bored and stuck in your house during these uncertain times, consider dipping your toes into a new hobby. For your consideration, here’s a quick list of easy, affordable hobbies you can do at home.
Take in some documentaries and podcasts
If you’ve run out of shows to binge, check out some documentaries. Streaming services and online video platforms are full of interesting and informative films on fascinating subjects. Podcasts are also a great way to learn new facts and stay entertained — plus, you don’t have to look at a screen, so they’re easy to enjoy while you do household chores.
Try your hand at a new craft
Learning a new craft doesn’t have to be expensive — you can find online video tutorials for everything from drawing and origami to sewing and knitting. In addition to using cheap or readily available supplies, a craft can help you focus and keep your mind off the stresses of everyday life.
Play games with housemates
Stuck indoors with family or roommates? Pass the time with cards or board games. A pack of playing cards only costs a dollar or two, and there’s a seemingly endless variety of games you can play with them. While some board games can be a little pricy, they also provide plenty of at-home fun.
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