Just some ideas for how you could pass the time... Take what you like and leave the rest:
- learn a new type of exercise or dance
- try easy yoga, just for fun and entertainment
- check out meditation apps, develop mindfulness skills
- do an online course in a topic you like - FutureLearn is excellent and free
- learn more about the plants and foods you like to eat... When were they introduced to your part of the world? Can they be grown there or do they travel from a different growing climate? What did ancient people believe or know about that food?
- start to learn a foreign language or musical instrument
- learn to dance (???)
- learn to cook a favourite meal you'd normally get at a restaurant (be kind to yourself if you don't get it immediately)
- watch documentaries on topics you like
- study history, it is more relevant now than at any other moment in our lifetimes
- find a way to volunteer or contribute virtually
- dress up in all your old clothes you never wear any more
- try some self-guided free online e-therapy
- write a poem, story or screenplay (you never have to show anyone)
- write your own biography or write an essay about a person you respect, and what are their personal qualities that are so important to you
- learn to juggle or tie tactical knots
- call an elderly person and practice listening skills
- learn to read music
- create a monster or creature using only kitchen materials, take a photo and share with friends.
- do decoupage, origami, scrapbooking or collage... It's really relaxing
- write a daily gratitude list
And when all else fails....
- look at the sky and notice its changing colours
:-) You'll pull through. We're all in this together.