Five fun things to do this weekend that are safe
It’s the new year and it’s time to get creative during a pandemic. We’ve rounded up five fun things to do that will keep you safe, yet entertained.
These theatre companies are providing shows online to watch during COVID. Whether you like Broadway musicals or Shakespeare you’ll be sure to find something here. Some are free and some are requesting a small fee that will go towards charity.
I’ve never wanted to fly a plane, but perhaps you have. Now, you have your chance (well, actually, not really — but it’s the next best thing). For $119, you can try a one-hour flight simulator experience for two people at uFly Simulator Inc. Although it’s not quite the real thing, it’ll definitely be a different way to spend an afternoon. Safe flight! This merchant is open for business and taking steps to help protect your health by following all applicable laws and regulations concerning COVID-19 safety.
Looking for a classic game to play with friends or co-workers? This website offers a wide range of games that are free (within limits) for you and your team. You can play bingo, Scattegories, and even take part in Mystery Escape Rooms.
Time to put those new year resolutions to work. Immerse yourself in a collection of virtual fitness classes, playlists, and challenges without leaving your home. It can get hard incorporating fitness into your life that now that gyms are closed but there are a ton of available resources that you can take part in and enjoy.
1) Explore the city (or outside your city)
Grab a coffee from your local coffee shop, find a killer playlist and take a long drive to somewhere that’s been on your bucket list for ages. Long car rides are the ultimate mood booster and you will surely discover a ton of hidden gems and interesting food spots to check out.
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