March 7, 2021 2 min to read
Types of talents to master while sitting at home
During these unusual and testing times of social distancing, a lot of us are going insane. If someone were to tell us that we would be staying in isolation and not interacting with anyone a few years ago, we would not have believed them even for a second because how could we live in a world where we cannot meet people?
How could we live in a world where we had to make sure we do not get into crowds, and staying in confined places with someone sounds like an out-of-this-world deal at this point?
But many people around this world thrive on social interactions. Some extroverts and ambiverts wait eagerly to go out to paint the town red and meet new people and explore new places.
As this quarantine took place, it was like their worst nightmares had come true. In the meantime, a lot of introverts are glad that this quarantine happened in the first place.
It restricted places for them to go, people for them to meet, and just fueling their introverted-ness to a whole new level.
But all three categories of people need some coping to do while in this era of isolation. Living with themselves and their family members for months on end would have certainly made them insane.
To survive during these troublesome times, people took up many different types of their hobbies and turned them into talents that they can show off to the world, adding to the list of what you can do while at home.
Here are some types of talents and skills you can master too while sitting at home.
1. Baking / Cooking
Baking and cooking food is ultimately about sustaining ourselves and others. To internalize this advantage, you can make an effort to bring your awareness towards the healthy ingredients and love that go into your baked goodies.
Baking is proven to be a therapeutic source for a lot of people during isolation. The whole process of measuring the ingredients like sugar and butter, whisking eggs, and beating creates space in mind.
All of this eases negative thinking processes and helps to soothe you on a different level.
These repetitive steps are the main constituents of baking. They provide a calming, meditative effect to take away your attention from being isolated from the world. You can sit at home and bake up cupcakes, brownies, cakes, and what-not to spend your time.
There are many recipes and tutorials to help you out online and help you master your skill better. Moreover, you might find a strong connection between your creative expression and overall well-being.
While you are at home, why don’t you let the neighbors know you are working on a skill? Just sing your heart out! Singing is a natural antidepressant, perfect for isolation.
Singing is known to release endorphins, which is the feel-good brain chemical that makes you feel content and uplifted.
It is a form of exercise which is useful for stimulating overall oxygen circulation and lowering stress by releasing stored muscle tension…
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