The Value of Home is More Important Than Ever Before
While we are so grateful to have our homes, especially during this time of Sheltering in Place, being cooped up in your home can get monotonous. How are you spending your time each day? Here are some ideas to spend the time that help stimulate your mind and body, and maybe even increase the value of your home or help the community at the same time!
Virtual Workout & Yoga Classes
Focusing on the health and wellness of you and your family is critical during these times of social distancing. It is important to keep a routine, continue to connect with others, practice mindfulness, and move your body as much as you can. Studios are offering online classes for reduced rates, donations, and even for free!
Amana Yoga Boulder offers a donation-based yoga class Tuesday’s at 5pm
Local instructor Lauralyn Sullivan is offering online donation-based Deep Stretch and Meditation with live Violin
Earth Yoga Boulder offers online yoga and meditation
Soul Tree Yoga in Louisville offers online yoga and meditation classes
Yoga Pod Boulder offers online yoga classes
Yoga Junction Louisville offers online yoga classes (prenatal and postnatal options too)
CorePower Yoga is offering free online classes each week
Peloton is offering a free 90-day trail of their online app that streams various fitness classes (no bike needed)
Physique57 offers Sculpting, core and barre classes, no need for equipment! There are a few free classes available, or you can buy a month for $15, use checkout code, “HilariaBaldwin” –
Cosmic Kids is a great resource of free online yoga and mindfulness classes for kids
Use this time to learn a new craft! Masterclass has 82+ courses on subjects taught by world class instructors on topics like business, home design, culinary arts, writing, music, photography, and fashion.
Classes are taught by the ultimate experts in these fields. Learn about photography from Annie Lebovitz, cooking from Gordon Ramsay, the art of makeup from Bobbi Brown, scientific thinking and communication from Neil DeGrasse-Tyson, or business leadership from Howard Shultz, to name a few.
The annual subscription to access all the classes is $180, and they are offering a Buy One, Get one Free deal now so share it with a friend and each pay $90!
Check it out here: https://www.masterclass.com/
DIY Home Projects
De-cluttering, organizing and creating new spaces in your home or backyard always brings a sense of accomplishment and gives your home life and energy, and you something to do!
Easy Home Updates You Can Do Now
Family Arts and Crafts Ideas to Keep Little Hands Busy
DIY Network offers a great article on 17 ways to get instant curb appeal for less than $100!
Real Simple offers 10 Fun, Quarantine Hobbies to Try Right Now
In Downtown Boulder, over 70% of our businesses are locally owned and operated. Many of the employees who work at these businesses are our family, friends and neighbors. This is our time to come together as a community and help.
Protect Your Mental Health
Having to make significant changes to our everyday lives in the face of uncertainty and adversity can be overwhelming and stressful. As life continues to change, it’s important that we show ourselves compassion through this process. Here are some ideas to help protect your mental health during this time of crisis.
Here are 6 Ideas from CU Boulder:
14-Day Plan to Help Manage Coronavirus Stress:
The Scientific Reasons Showing Kindness Helps Ease Anxiety:
Online Happiness Class from Yale University: