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How to effectively use your time at home and learn new things

In the current era, we spend much more time at home, while the games and other forms of entertainment outside are diminishing and giving their time over to other activities and hobbies. The ability to create a new routine is important to allow us to get through this complex time period, and to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus.

It is important to balance endless news consumption with calming activities. Many studies have shown that prolonged and continuous viewing of the news is stressful and may harm us. Although it is necessary to consume media content, it must done be to a certain degree. Therefore, a proper balance should be established, and activities such as sports, reading books, and other hobbies, are a known way to relieve stress and anxiety.

If, after work and taking care of the children, you have free time, you can take advantage for learning and personal development in this new reality. This can be done in the traditional way - for example, through books - but also through the use of technological innovations that change how remote content and knowledge can be viewed and consumed .

Set Goals: People take advantage of the early days to rest and recover, but it is advisable to create a regular routine and take the time to do things that on ordinary days you don’t have time for. To make the most of your time and feel meaningful, we recommend that you plan your next week's schedule - what your goals are and how much time you spend each day reaching them.

You can take the time to learn something new: Learning a language, to play a musical instrument or programming; each can be practiced independently. Use books and websites, or even look for teachers and courses online. Today's learning methods are more advanced and quite a few apps make learning new things fun.

Ocean of Knowledge: The Internet has content on everything in the world - from history and economics to art and culture. This can be consumed, for example, through academic videos that the world's leading universities open to the general public; through TED talks or digital books.

Strengthening Professional Skills: Remote work can be challenging, but some jobs can also be less burdensome, for example, if there is less work with clients. The free time can also be used to improve your professional skills and knowledge, for example through online tutorials or courses. So, you can join webinars, read articles or watch educational videos.

Replacing yoga classes: If we’re already talking about online tutorials, then there are many of these on the web. Anyone who's looking for yoga and fitness classes (or rather, it's time to start) can find online alternatives. These could be instructors with video classes, or video tutorials found on YouTube and other websites.

Time in Front of the TV: Between work and chores at home, you may want to spend some time venting in front of the TV. Alongside drama series and entertaining movies to lighten the atmosphere, you can also search for enriching films such as documentations and other series.

Learned something new? Share with others: So far, we have been interested in gaining knowledge, but there is also the other side - the possibility of passing on knowledge. This can be done by opening a YouTube channel, posting in dedicated Facebook groups, running webinars; or more traditional methods, such as teaching lessons online.