As the UK prepares itself for local lockdowns of varying severity, many will find themselves back spending much more time at home. For the last six months, everyone has been adapting and trying to find ways to continue their lives with as little disruption as possible and we believe lockdown is no reason for you not to enjoy yourself. That’s why we’ve put together this list of the coolest things you can do during quarantine.
People in the UK are spoilt for choice when it comes to finding a casino online, so what’s so enjoyable about them? Firstly, you’ll have an endless choice of games from casino classics such as roulette, blackjack and poker, to the thousands of online slots, many of which are themed to your favourite movies and music artists. For those who prefer the more personal touch, the vast majority of online gaming providers also offer Live Casino products, which allow you to play casino games online with a real life dealer via live stream. Online casinos give you the chance to win big like you would in a “brick and mortar” casino, while sitting in the comfort of your own home. What could be better than that?
A large number of gyms and leisure centres are likely going to be closing due to the coronavirus restrictions put in place by the government, and this could have a serious effect on people’s physical and mental health. So what can you do to keep fit if your local gym and/or leisure centre are closed?s are having to adapt to the changing world and you’ll likely find some offering virtual training sessions and classes to their customers. The great thing is that you don’t even need gym equipment to get a good workout at home, just enough space to move around. Money is tight due to the lockdowns and if you can’t afford a personal trainer, you’ll find a plethora of workout videos on YouTube that you can work out along to absolutely free of charge.
During the coronavirus pandemic, online gaming has seen a massive increase both in the amount of people playing and the amount of money being spent on games. Due to the hugely popular free to download game Fortnite’s unparalleled success, more and more gaming producers are creating their own versions of Battle Royale games. While Fortnite was widely perceived to be for younger games, Call of Duty producers Infinity Ward saw a gap in the market and quickly launched their free Warzone Battle Royale game, targeted specifically at audiences aged 18 years or older. This has resulted in a massive boost to the Call of Duty franchise and has led to the launch of a new game, which is coming soon to all platforms. With the coronavirus pandemic not going anywhere in the coming months, there’s going to be plenty more people downloading these free to play games, so why not give it a try?
If you want to make your time in lockdown more productive, why not learn some new skills such as; cooking, taking a course, or even trying to learn a new language? You never know, learning some new skills may even result in you being able to move onto a better job once the pandemic is over. If you’re not too concerned with being productive, you can always binge watch Netflix series!