8 Activities (plus practical how-to guides) you can Ace in the 21 Covid-19 Lockdown Days!

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As the plague of Covid-19 continues its morbid crusade across the globe countries are rolling out draconian measures in a bid to contain the marauding contagion and to arrest the spread of the pandemic. In most countries, South Africa included, the shutdowns have escalated from travel bans to the total temporary shutdowns of non-essential mobility and business activities. Most industries and business are screeching to an involuntary halt and most of us will for the first time in a long time, be confined to our homes. The shutdown does not imply a total shutdown of productivity and this applies on both macro and micro scales. Businesses have found tech savvy ways of ensuring that productivity is sustained through a coterie of work from home arrangements. On a macro scale, your life does not have to come to a grinding halt. Besides the fact that you still have bills to pay, there is intrinsic value to productivity.

Expound presents a cleanly curated catalogue of 8 activities you can embark on for the next 21 days. We have gone an extra mile to select activities that are meaningful, rewarding and actionable. Instead of reinventing the wheel, we present a brief overview of the idea and then link to a dedicated and comprehensive resources or platforms to empower you, our reader. I must emphasize though that the emphasis is more on getting yourself on a head start on these concepts than seeking to accomplish or come full circle on them within 21 days.

In the comprehensive post we cover how to achieve these milestones in 21 days

  • Break a bad habit
  • Write a best-selling book
  • Learn Digital/Pencil Illustration
  • Learn music theory
  • Learn a music instrument
  • Learn a computer programing language
  • Improve your Critical Thinking
  • Upskill yourself with an online course
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