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30 Creative Ways To Stay Social While Social Distancing

Even though we cannot physically be with our friends and extended members during the coronavirus-COVID-19 crisis, it does not mean we cannot still be social. It just means we need to be a little more creative about it. Here are 30 creative ways of staying social while practicing social distancing.

1. Stay connected with friends and family.

Do not allow yourself to become socially isolated, especially if you live alone. Staying social by phone, text, Facetiming, or social media with your friends and family will help you feel a little less lonely.

2. Check-in on your coworkers.

Working from home or not working at all is a big change from going into the workplace every day. Take time to check in with your coworkers. Apps like Microsoft Teams can allow you...

How To Support Cartersville's Local Businesses While Social Distancing

Many small businesses, including bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and mom-and-pop shops have been forced to close their doors for the greater good of public safety and health in most of the states, including Georgia. While practicing self-isolation and social distancing, you might feel powerless when it comes to helping individuals owning and working in different types of small businesses that have to close their doors indefinitely. However, there are still ways to support local businesses in Cartersville, and here is what you can do to make a contribution.

Tip Generously

Many retail and restaurant employees are left with no financial protection right now. Hence, if you can, next time when you order food for delivery or place a takeout order, leave a generous tip to support...

How To Use Instacart and Have Your Publix Shopping Trips Delivered

When you are disabled and live alone, or if you have young children and no transportation, or if you are sick or recovering from an illness or surgery, it is often impossible to get your groceries and household essentials. Some people are lucky enough to have family or friends who are kind enough to go shopping for them and deliver the food, but others just do not have anyone who lives near enough to help out.

Then, of course, during this “stay at home” coronavirus pandemic, it is even harder. It is a blessing to have a delivery service that will bring your groceries or other items right to your door. Whatever the normal delivery fee might be, it would be worth it. However, some Publix supermarkets are offering free delivery during this unprecedented time.

Some of the benefits of ordering for delivery


Binge These Shows on Hulu, Netflix, & Disney+ During Self-Quarantine

With the threat of the Coronavirus spreading across the world, you may have opted for the safest--and wisest--choice of self-quarantining. Unfortunately, you may realize just how bored you're going to be if the virus doesn't end any time soon. Thankfully, you have a subscription to Hulu, Netflix, and Disney +. With so much entertainment at your fingertips, what shows are actually worth watching?

Here's a list of some of the best binge-worthy shows to catch while you're self-quarantined.

1. Altered Carbon

How about a world where death doesn't always mean the end? Netflix's Altered Carbon offers a sci-fi world rich in lore and action. Season two was just released, so you have plenty of episodes to binge through. Follow the story of Takeshi Kovacs, an elite warrior who is deeply in love with the leader of a resistance...

5 Things To Keep You Sane During Self-Quarantine

People around the globe have entered self-quarantine in response to the coronavirus outbreak. This unprecedented event has left many of us wondering how to fill our time in ways that reduce anxiety and stress. Fortunately, a mix of technology and creativity can help you to use your hours in positive ways.

Take a look at five ways to stay sane and occupied during self-quarantine.

Take a Virtual Museum Tour

It will be quite sometime before anyone is walking into one of the great cultural institutions of the world. Unfortunately, iconic museums like the Guggenheim, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History have all been forced to shut their doors to visitors amid the coronavirus crisis. However, there are some amazing things you can experience right now with virtual tours!

Here's a list with links:...