For Stay-at-Home Moms, 5 things you can do from home

You just can't be chronically bored in this day and age. We have some nice hacks for you to see and make sure you don't get bored!

1. Learn to do Nail Art

Nail art is the “in” thing right now. You see people with their fancy nails everywhere. With some patience, you can learn to do this at home. Spend time practicing this. You can find kits and tools for this at department stores and drug stores. It is relaxing to sit around painting nails and compare the outcomes.

2. Planting Seedlings

Planting seedlings and watching their growth is rewarding, as well as educational. You would need to do a bit of research as to what would be the best time to plant. The time frame fluctuates between various types of plants. Most plants take 3-15 weeks to mature to a level to be transplanted into a garden. You would want to know what type of plants you are planting and the time needed.

3.  Organize Somethings

Organize something. Don’t tackle a huge organizational project like your closet. Instead choose something small and manageable—your underwear drawer, the spice cabinet in your kitchen, that overcrowded bookshelf—so you won’t be intimidated. Get rid of things.

4.  Sketch it Up

Let your fingers do the anti-boredom job. Lots of people are trying to seek anywhere and especially in the internet for various ways on how to entertain themselves, whenever boredom arrives. They didn’t know the answers actually rely in their selves, whether you are expert in polishing, sketching skill or not you can always try this out every time you feel like boredom is running in your nerves. This is free of charge and you can do it freestyle.

5.  Click a bunch of selfies together

Try out every crazy pose in the book, and then make up some of your own. It might feel funny initially, but by the end of it, you'll have a beautiful set of memories that you can relive right on your phones!




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