Having two newborns we were already staying close to home but now with everything that is happening with COVID-19, it’s not really a choice. Obviously it would be really easy for me to watch 16 hours or Netflix per day, but I think it would get old pretty quick. I’ve seen some great free resources online and thought I would share what I’ve come across. If you know of any others, please comment below!
A great YouTube channel with vegan recipes. The best part about vegan recipes is you most likely will have what you need in your pantry. These recipes look delicious and I can’t wait to try a few.
On his Instagram the chef is hosting a live cooking class every day at 8pm. Perfect way to find new recipes and maybe learn a few cooking techniques.
Want to learn about design, photography, business, or social media. SkillShare is currently offering a 2 month free trial. It’s a great way to pass the time and learn a new skill.
Want to learn from professors at MIT, Harvard or Berkely. Check out edX, they offer free online courses for you to explore. Everything from Architecture to Engineering to Languages to Philosophy to name a few.
Want to get creative, maybe bake a cake or learn photography or how to watercolour? Brit & Co are offering free classes until the end of the month. Use code SELFCARE.
They have yoga videos online for all levels. Everything from baby and me to yoga challenges to advanced classes. Even though they are free they are still 30+ minute videos.
You can check out their videos online or their Instagram page where they will be posting live classes.
She is offering a free 12 week workout plan you simply sign up on her site.
The National Film Board of Canada has a few catalogue of Indigenous and Canadian films online. Worth checking out.
Or sign up for a free week with Crave or Netflix.
Need some animal entertainment in your life. Check out our local Vancouver Aquarium they have a live feed for a few of their exhibits.
They have two live cameras of their pandas! Super cute to watch.
I would first suggest following your favorite musicians online as a lot of them are hosting concerts.
I’ve seen them live before and they are a great symphony. Check out their site for upcoming streaming concerts.
The CBC has a big list of artists who are hosting live streams and concerts. Some even daily.
On Instagram follow the hashtag #IsolationCreation one of my favorites is the photography of Ann Street Studios.
This app is offering free meditations on their site or you can sign up for two weeks free. I think we all need a little grounding and stress relief during this time.
They are offering free meditations during this time. Simply check out their website or app.
Offering free short meditations on Instagram. An easy way to connect with yourself if you are home with a busy family.