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For many of us, the days are becoming a blur. We get up, maybe shower and get dressed, eat, work from home, watch too many episodes of our favorite show, make dinner, rinse and repeat.
Whether you feel the itch to be more productive or you just need to switch things up a bit for the sake of your sanity, there’s hope. Here are 57 things you may not have thought to do at home right now—activities ranging from super productive to totally mindless and everything in between.
Learn to play guitar or ukulele online for free: Fender is offering free digital classes for you to finally get somewhere with that instrument collecting dust in the closet.
Take a virtual Disney ride: Just stream a YouTube video of Disney theme park rides to get your adrenaline (vicariously) pumping from your couch.
Peel all the dead, callused skin off your feet: Now’s the time to try the Baby Foot exfoliation peel that will make the skin on your feet come off in sheets (gross yet gratifying!) over the course of two weeks.
Try your hand at graphic design on Photoshop: The Adobe training bundle is majorly discounted right now — marked down from $180 to just $18.
Learn to move like a ballerina: Mary Helen Bowers of Ballet Beautiful trained Natalie Portman for her role in Black Swan—and now she’s created a five-move, equipment-free routine for you to do at home.
Spring clean your small space: Feeling cooped up? We talked to an expert about everything you need to make your small space as organized as possible.
Start up an elaborate Korean Beauty routine: Korean women believe that great skin takes some serious work — we’re talking 12 steps. These are all the products you’ll need for a flawless face.
Learn a language: Feel like you’ve lost your language abilities, or just want to learn the basics before visiting a new country when this is all over? Babbel is offering over 10,000 hours of classes in any language you can think of, marked down to $159 from $400.
Actually, learn just about anything: Udemy has over 1,000 online classes on everything from kombucha brewing to dog CPR — starting at just $20.
Take a free virtual tour of the world’s most famous museums: Get cultured from your couch.
Spice things up in the bedroom: We rounded up our favorite sex toys for couples, or just for yourself.
Order an absentee ballot: If you haven’t already voted in the primary election, save yourself the trip outside to the polls.
Start to color your own roots: If your roots are starting to come in amid salon closures, or if you just spend too much at the salon, learn to do it yourself at home, with tips from a pro.
Recreate your favorite works of art from home: It’s actually a thing, and it’s all over social media.
Play light as a feather, stiff as a board with the people in your house: Get ready to get spooky.
Work out with a celebrity trainer: Jillian Michaels showed us her favorite moves to do from home with no equipment.
Clean your car: That stain in your passenger’s seat is waiting.
Have a social distancing photoshoot: Families are documenting this crazy moment.
Watch Tiger King on Netflix: Everybody’s doing it.
Teach yourself to jump rope: Now you can exercise wherever you are.
Have a house party: Not a real one, of course. Download the Houseparty app to play games with your friends face to face — it’s the closest you’ll get to the real thing.
Unfollow people on Instagram that don’t make you feel good about yourself: Instagram’s updates are making it easier than ever to identify the people you interact with least.
Do a puzzle: We found a super hard one that the internet is obsessed with.
Perfect your home workspace: Here’s everything you need for optimal productivity at home.
Watch every classic movie you haven’t seen: IMDB’s list of the top 500 movies of all time is a good place to start.
Try a free streaming service: If you’re tired of all the options on Netflix, there are plenty more you can take advantage of for free.
Make whipped coffee at home: TikTok is obsessed with this recipe.
Learn to give yourself a wax at home, and remove any other unwanted body hair: We spoke to top dermatologists to guide you through every step.
Audit Yale’s course on happiness: The popular course is free to non-students now.
Have a spa day: Our favorite face masks will give you a moment of stillness amid the craziness.
Dust your plants: Just like everything else in your house, they need a dusting every once in awhile. And they’ll love you for it.
Learn the best way to wash your clothes during the pandemic: Here’s what you need to know based on how long the virus can live on clothing.
Unsubscribe from all those annoying emails you get: It’s time to go through your junk folder.
Clean your makeup brushes: What’s the point in washing your face twice a day if you’re just going to rub a dirty brush all over it?
Throw away your expired makeup and beauty products: It’s about time that sunscreen from two summers ago gets the boot.
Foster a pet: Animal shelters are bursting at the seams and are understaffed — help an animal now that you’re at home all the time.
Organize your photos: Delete the ones you don’t want off of your devices, and put them in a place where you can actually enjoy them.
Get into a Netflix binge with all your friends: Netflix wants you to have a party on them — now you can watch a series with all your friends, commenting as you go.
Update your skincare routine: Did you know your skin’s needs change now that you’re spending more time indoors?
Take off your gel manicure: Your nails are suffocating under your old gel. We talked to an expert about how to get it off at home without damaging your nails.
Learn to code for free: You know you’ve been meaning to check that off your list.
Clean your phone: Here’s how to make sure your phone is coronavirus-free.
Make art for all your friends: They’ll cherish it forever.
Call that one friend you haven’t spoken to in years: There’s no time like the present to reconnect.
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