Are you staying safer at home, working remotely, home-schooling, and/or just looking for an alternative to binge-watching TV?
I’ve put together a list of free online resources to hopefully make life at home a little easier. Links include online educational resources for adults and kids, virtual tours of international locations, live cams of nature and wild animals, mindfulness meditation resources, video conferencing and remote work tools, some games and more! I’ll continue to update this list.
Please contact me with any questions, link issues, or other resources.
Learn a new skill while in quarantine! Click the link for free online learning sites, and lesson plans for teachers, and online education for kids and adults.
Explore the world’s most famous museums, landmarks, and national parks without leaving your home.
Watch wild animals and famous places around the world in real-time from your couch- includes baby goats, puppies, and kittens. Some of my favorites: the Otters in Monterey and Pandas in China via Explore.org
A great way to socialize remotely with a group of friends and family is to video chat with them all at once. Try these video conferencing apps for remote work meetings and/or virtual happy hours.
Are you attempting to navigate the world of remote work? I’ve dug up a few articles on how-to work-from-home. So you know, most have been written by people in the tech industry, as it’s standard protocol for them.
Are you feeling anxiety from these uncertain times? Many mental health resources have been popping up in response to the pandemic. Now is definitely a great time to learn how to be present and lessen future anxiety. My recommendation – try mindfulness meditation for just 5 minutes a day.
Everyone knows about Netflix, Hulu, and Disney streaming services, but how about trying something a little different to entertain you and yours while safe at home. Try watching Opera for the first time or playing games with family remotely.
NEW! Coronavirus-related data by the numbers. No opinions, political agendas, or conspiracies here (because let’s be honest, is that really useful in a time like this?) Basic facts and medical information from experts.
OTHER RESOURCE LISTS:
AIGA Los Angeles Resources to share
Apartment Therapy’s Virtual Things To Do At Home List
💵 Financial Help For Freelancers And Independent Contractors Affected By The Coronavirus Crisis
📋 Civic tech list of Covid-19 resources and offers
- A list of resources and offers compiled by people in tech, I believe. Lots more educational resources and offers resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic
📋 Comprehensive list of resources for Los Angeles residents
- Includes food banks, educational resources for children, housing information, employee rights, and much more. (I received this Google Doc from a newsletter from my local yoga studio, Yogaraj, but I’m not sure who created it.)
💻 Onward CA
- “Have you lost your job? One-stop resource for the people of California impacted by job loss during the COVID-19 Pandemic”
- “RESOURCES TO HELP THE PANDEMIC STING A BIT LESS We are harvesting resources from around the internet to help with keeping your little ones educated and busy, making remote coworking better, and give you awesome ways to inject life into this more difficult time while we are stuck at home.”
Designit’s At Home Guide from Cooper
- I just received this in my inbox from Cooper Professional. It is pretty much a PDF version of some of the resources on my site
Stay at home, stay safe and healthy! ♥️
All the best,