Finding yourself a bit overwhelmed, or need something to do while you’re stuck at home? We’ve gathered some online resources for you to enjoy, helping you chill out while keeping your mind busy.
1. Online Jigsaw Puzzles
The Museum of New Zealand has put released some great interactive jigsaw puzzles featuring works from their collection. You can choose how many pieces the puzzle has, from 10 to 1000.
2. Read a Book with the National Emergency Library
You might not be able to access your public library at the moment, but you can still access nearly 1.4 million books on the National Emergency Library website.
3. Get Creative with The Lowry
The Lowry has released a heap of creative activities and resources you can access to keep those creative juices flowing, from dance to visual arts and more.
4. Chill Out with some Yoga
London-based studio MoreYoga has a suite of great videos on their YouTube channel, with tutorials for beginners and those more experienced.
5. Learn Korean with BTS
Are you a K-Pop fan? Even if you’re not, you can learn a new language with the boys from BTS on Weverse.
6. Test your World Knowledge
Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Travel Quiz is packed with plenty of tricky questions to test you on your geography knowledge. You might even learn a few things you didn’t know before.
7. Stream a Play or Musical
Filmed on Stage has put together an awesome guide full of places that are streaming shows around the world for free, and it’s being constantly updated as well.