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Spring break quarantine edition

Spring break quarantine edition

We are going into a spring break like we have never experienced before. This year will be a game changer since COVID-19 still plays a major role in everyone’s lives. For the people staying safe and staying home here are 5 things that you can do in order to stay busy.

1)Something that I love to do whenever I get bored is called a diamond puzzle. This is like a color by number but with diamonds. You can purchase them off of amazon or from smaller businesses on sites like Etsy.

2)Many teenagers would rather stay inside and something that you can do inside is play your favorite video games or board games. This could be playing monopoly with your family or staying up till 4 a.m. playing the newest video game. Brendan Burke, junior, said, “When I was staying at home and had nothing to do I played hours of video games. It helped keep me busy so I wasn’t just sitting at home doing nothing bored out of my mind.” 

Graphic by Jordan Pazos

3)Being outdoors now is one of the only things we can really do. Some outdoor activities that you can do are ride your bike, explore local trails, go on a picnic, play outdoor games like frisbee, bird watch, plant a garden or a fairy garden, play with your pet, and even go camping. 

4)If you are more of an indoors type of person, some things you can do are play board games, bake, camp inside, puzzle, make your own science experiments, read/listen to a book, write old fashioned letters, karaoke, and watch movies/tv.

5)If you have already done all of these things a thousand times then challenge yourself to try something new. This could be like picking up a new hobby such as cross stitching or doing online cooking classes. It could also be a one time thing, you could face a fear like go rock climbing or eat something you are scared to. 

   Whether you are going out of town or having a staycation, the Chronicle staff wishes you a happy and healthy spring break!

Jordan Pazos, Staff Reporter

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