Is staying inside day in and day out starting to drive you crazy? Have you already gone through all the DIY projects that have been trending online? Below we’ve rounded up 5 stay-at-home hobbies for you to master while you’re indoors, so put down that 100th cup of dalgona coffee you’ve been religiously drinking and try them out.
Now’s the perfect time to become a master yogi. All you need is some gear and a super zen playlist and you’re all set to be your more flexible self at home.
If you’re looking for other ways to get moving, we’ve also put together a collection of home fitness equipment our customers love.
This 5mm mat is designed with more cushion for your poses, and can easily be rolled up and tucked away between sessions. Plus, it comes with a huge variety of colors to choose from.
Low-cost and multifunctional, yoga rings are definitely a great way to improve your flexibility for less. Use them to deepen your stretches, and even add them to your warmups to enhance mobility.
Puzzles are a great family activity if you’re at home with relatives, and they’re great to work on when you’re alone too. Who knows? You could come out of this as a master puzzler.
There's something hugely satisfying about finally putting together all 1000 pieces and having something to show for it, especially when the finished work is the gorgeous scenery in these jigsaw puzzles.
Get your stitch fix and make something cozy like a blanket to laze around in all day.
Get in touch with your artsy side while stuck indoors. If you’ve been stressing about what’s been going on lately, painting is a very therapeutic and productive way to find some peace. Plus, they can also make some cool indoor decor for your home.
If you’re looking for more ways to get artistic, check out our full selection of art supplies.
Now is the perfect time to pick up that pen and start filling up some pages! Whether it be journaling, writing the next great novel, or just practicing your autograph, we have you covered.
Fountain pens are always a good choice because they flow smoothly and require less pressure to write. So, if you've got a lot of things to get on paper, these are your go-to for a cramp-free writing experience.