Below is a list of things to keep you busy with through these interesting times as we navigate COVID-19.
Duolingo / Rosetta Stone / @greekwords – it is a great time to learn a new language or brush up on your skills. Love this account for learning, and re-learning words I knew
Skillshare – an online learning community with thousands of classes from design, photography, video, and more. They are currently offering free two months of memberships for students
Masterclass – classes which are given in certain subjects, each lesson is an average of 10 minutes
Scribd – free access to its library of audio books, ebooks, and more!
BritandCo offering – free online classes till March 31st, think watercolors, decorating, and more fun
@thehappilyevercrafter – free calligraphy classes! (Fun fact: I took a calligraphy class two years ago.. haven’t touched it since, perfect time to start again), free till March 31st
Virtual tours at museums, including American Museum of Natural History, The Cloisters, and the Metropolitan and more!!
Playbill – offering 15 Broadway plays and musicals that you can watch at home, including Rent, Cats, and more
New York Public Library – has over 300+ e-books for free! Reminder that everyone should have a free library card
Disney has released Frozen 2 out early, and, park goers who have YouTube channels have virtual tours of the rides. Totally up to ride Space Mountain virtually..
The Chill Times – offering great graphics that reminds you to chill for a second and take a step back
Calm / Headspace- if meditation is your thing (or isn’t), good places to start, they are both currently running different promotions
MNDL Meditation – offering free live sessions with their meditation teachers so you can meditate from home