#StayHomeChallenge highlights creativity during coronavirus outbreak
People are getting innovative
In one of the latest Twitter trends, people are using the #StayHomeChallenge to find inventive ways to make the long days at home a little more interesting.
Some have been using their time at home to figure out innovative ways to entertain themselves.
Such as this experiment involving pop and a Mentos candy.
If you’re a whiz at arts and crafts, why not make yourself a little sock puppet?
Or work on a coronavirus-themed make-up challenge.
Getting sporty with a twist
Of course, you can still go outside if you aren’t sick, as long as you stay two arm-lengths away from other people, and follow the other social distancing guidelines.
That said, you’re probably getting more indoor time than you’re used to.
If that’s the case, take inspiration from these #StayHomeChallenge athletes.
These two South Africans found a creative way to keep up their tennis training.
Since people began stockpiling, toilet paper has been a rarity on store shelves in some places.
But if you can find it, it can make for great soccer practice.
And don't forget to look to your friendly neighbourhood #QuarantineCats for more tips on staying busy.
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