During this time of social distancing, it's important to still find ways to connect with your sisters. Here are some ideas to fill the void as you hunker down at home.
Choose a book to all read and meet online once a week to discuss it. Reading not only has great health benefits, but it will give you a break from binge watching Netflix and Hulu.
Members can snuggle up with their favorite blanket in the comfort of their own home while you all watch the same movie or show. Meet up in a private video group to sing along with the newly released Frozen 2 movie or start a group chat where you can gossip about Jessica while binging Love Is Blind. 3, 2, 1, hit play!
Although in-person classes have been cancelled for an indefinite amount of time at many schools, you still have papers, midterms and finals to attend to. Meet up virtually with your sisters to get or give help with your studies. Even if you're not taking the same classes, having people to study with can help you stay focused and motived.
Have a sister instruct a virtual workout or yoga class. Remember: Exercise gives you endorphins. Endorphins make you happy. Happy people just don't...go crazy when they are cooped up inside.
Start a multiplayer browser game. Our team enjoys pogo.com because it has browser games where you can add friends into the game you've already started.
Send Handwritten Cards
When was the last time you hand wrote a note and mailed it? Mail is always fun to receive, especially when it's not a bill, so surprise your sisters with a nice note to let them know you're thinking of them.
Let your creative side out by making a gift you can give your bestie, big or little when you reunite with them. Knitting, painting and macraming are just a few fun ideas that can help keep you busy.
Adam Block Design wishes you all health and safety! Keep those group chats and video conferences going and keep those spirits high.