How to Be Social While Social Distancing

Virtual Social Activities to Socializing While Distancing

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Philadelphia, PASocial Distence - Renowned Los Angeles-based budget travel and lifestyle expert, Lindsay Myers, regularly featured on Access Hollywood. Said, "It is essential for all of us to remain connected at this moment.

Socializing While Distancing Try Some Virtual Social Activities

We need each other much more than ever. Even though we're not able to actually be around each other does not suggest we can't connect. Fortunately, technology makes it easier for us. Whenever we can discover happiness and healthy distractions right now, why not take them!

Through Facebook's Workplace to Zoom, a great number of apps and websites these days allow people to group chat as well as keep the happy hour going.

Virtual Social Activities:

  • Wine Tastings: You could all purchase wines from a similar wine region and compare notes.
  • Cocktail Party: make a cocktail theme, and then see the number of completely different versions the group has.
  • Dinner Parties: Either everyone eats the same type of dishes, or simply eat dinner and socialize. It's really about the company.
  • Dance Party: make a playlist which everyone can have access to, and party the night away. This is actually a fantastic workout, as well as an excellent way to reduce stress.
  • Movie Night: The latest version of Netflix and hanging out. Everyone watches the same movie together with popcorn and drinks.
  • Book Club: The club doesn't need to cease simply due to the virus. Choose a good book and have a regular virtual meeting.
  • Get Crafty: regularly send-out suggestions for art and crafts projects and after that video chat about the completed project or while you are chatting. (knitting, painting, jewelry, etc.)
  • Costume Party: Create a theme, and everybody dresses up!
  • Birthday Party: a great number of people are missing out on their birthdays with friends and family. Even though you can't see each other in person does not mean you can't celebrate. Have a cake delivered, and all sing through video.

Even though these challenging times, you can still make time for coffee dates or even a few crazy activities while being virtually social plus seeing the people we love.

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Joy Franklin
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