4 Lesser-known Things to Do at Home During Covid Season instead of Watching Netflix

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Since Covid-19 looks like it’s not going away anytime soon (unfortunately), it’s time to start getting creative rather than feeling restless at home with a bowl of snacks, streaming Netflix all day.

Attend a MasterClass

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You now have the option to attend a MasterClass with Gordon Ramsay, Christina Aguilera, Stephen Curry and many more – all from the comfort of your own home! You can sign up for MasterClass at USD$16.05/month (billed annually) and get access to over 100 classes across 9 different categories – there’s something for everyone!

Take a 30-Day Songwriting Class with Grammy Award Winner Ryan Tedder

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This is such a unique and amazing opportunity to learn from one of the top songwriters out there. Ryan Tedder has written songs for Beyonce, Adele, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Shawn Mendes, Maroon 5, Ariana Grande, his own band One Republic – just to name a few. As you might have guessed, a 30-Day class with Ryan Tedder doesn’t come cheap – it’s USD$279. He conducts these 30-Day classes a few times a year so be sure to check out when the enrolment opens so you don’t miss it.

Play ‘Let’s Mahjong’ with friends from home

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One of many Singaporean’s favourite pastimes is Mahjong. To be safe, since it is a game played by 4 people with lots of contact points, it’s not exactly something you should be engaging in during this period. Although there’s nothing quite like the sound and feeling you get from shuffling the physical tiles, there is still a way to play the game while maintaining zero physical contact with the other players. Download “Let’s Mahjong” on the app store for free and play Mahjong with your friends on your phone. This game is also available for download on your PC as well!

Free Virtual Tours

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It’s not news to us that it’s going to take some time before we can travel out of the country. What if I told you there’s a way to travel around the world without having to leave your bedroom? That’s right, many museums, theme parks and zoos across the world are giving free virtual tours! Amongst many others, check out the Louvre, Walt Disney World and the National Aquarium in Baltimore without setting foot out of your house.

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