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Saturday, April 4, 2020

04/04/2020 Learn to Cut Your Hair or Paint with Bob Ross: 25 Ways to Take a Much-Needed Break.


K-Pen represents and prevention is in our hands, and we're doing our part to stay six feet apart. Have you ever painted with Bob Ross or cut your own hair? Thanks to your suggestions, we've compiled 25 ways to take a break, learn a new skill.

1. 100 TV shows that will keep you streaming for weeks

2. Read! totally free ebooks through the Alaska Digital Library
Your local library may also have an online system too!

3. Listen to an audio book or podcast.
100 free audio books -
The best podcasts of 2020 (so far)

4. Get some projects done at home - 23 ways to make your house look awesome for less than $50 -

5. Take a college course for free – online classes from world-class universities and companies

6. Learn a foreign language -

7. Chart your family history -

8. 52 tricks to teach your dog -
And 10 to teach your cat -

9. 30 wedding line dances you can learn now from home

10. Color with Crayola’s free coloring pages for kids and adults

11. Learn the joy of painting with Bob Ross on YouTube -

12. Soak off your gel nail polish
... and do a home mani/pedi

13. Learn a card trick -

14. Deep clean your house – tips from the pros at Molly Maid -

15. Reduce clutter and reduce stress – just five minutes per day -

16. Take a virtual visit to a National Park

17. Create good feng shui in your home

18. Take a hike – but maintain your physical distancing...

19. - Work out at home! The best YouTube channels for getting in shape at home

20. Learn how to meditate -

21. Trim your own bangs at home -
Or cut your hair with a Flowbee -

22. Listen to a TED Talk -

23. Take a virtual museum tour -

24. Tour the world via drone at Drone City Tours on YouTube -

25. Video chat with your friends and family at via Skype, Facetime, Google Hangouts or Marco Polo

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