Lockdown hobbies for women at home
How's your general knowledge?
Spend your spare time getting your general knowledge up to scratch. Question one: Which is the best personal alarm for the elderly? OK, that's an easy one, it's got to be a sure safe alarm.
Seriously though, who doesn't love a good quiz? We love Snap Quiz!They have a free e-book with 1000 high-quality quiz questions & answers to do at your leisure, or simply subscribe to their YouTube channel which includes a range of general knowledge, music, film, and geography questions to test your brain.
Craft and creation
We might be experts in alarms for the elderly but we also like to get our creative juices flowing. How do you think we came up with so many great personal alarms?
No matter your age or experience, there is always something for everyone. Crafting can also be a useful way to keep the mind active which can help loved ones with dementia.
Hobbycraft has a great range of skilled tutorials on their YouTube channel including drawing, painting, crochet, sewing, knitting. So if you want to find hobbies for women at home, they will give you a full step by step to improve your hobby.
If you’re looking for a one-off project, The Crafty Gentleman is your man! Starting with his love of crafts, Mike began blogging his arty projects as a sideline, and now he’s dedicated a large part of his life to creating content for hobbies that everyone can enjoy at home. He prides himself on creating step by step unique projects, encouraging men to partake in most craft projects. We particularly love his blog on ‘Craft Projects to do while in Self-Isolation’, which has home-makes on many different levels.
Release some serotonin!
Lockdown and 2020, in general, has been pretty tough on us all so although we can mention many hobbies for women at home, the main purpose is to release some happy hormones and get yourself away from the glum feeling.
Physical activities that release happy hormones can include:
- Dog Walking
All of these are great for reducing stress and improving wellbeing. These activities can also reduce anxiety and possible ease stress-related illnesses, which makes them especially important at the moment. They could even help with memory loss, focus, and concentration.
If you're not used to being active, you could start with a walking meditation (walking and focusing on your breathing in and out), or perhaps a 5-minute meditation exercise first thing in the morning or last thing at night. Take a look at our blog on meditation for some inspiration.
Our range of personal alarms are designed to help you go about your day-to-day life with peace of mind. We have long-range taking pendants for use around the home and garden and alarms with built-in GPS. These alarms are great for people who still like to get out and about and stay active.