From the latest news to binge-watching suggestions to tips for caring for your mental health, we've got everything you need to know about coronavirus to stay safe and make the most of your time spent at home.
Turns out the best time for bubble tea slime is every single day of the week.
Here's everything you need to know.
A seamless work from home experience is just one ~add to cart~ button away.
Even if your couch is functioning as the home office.
A fun mix of products and services so you can eat together, sweat together, and solve together — even at a distance.
Time to get to work...shopping for cool stuff.
If your upstairs neighbor has discovered tap dance, we've got a few suggestions.
Make working from home ~work~ for you this new year.
2021 called and it wants you to finally invest in a memory foam seat cushion for your lower back, stat.
Keep calm and bake on.
The award for 2020's MVP = Most Valuable Products
If you haven't done so already, it's probably time to make your home work or home school station as cute and comfortable as possible.
It's time to get your morse code on.
Because Friday *shouldn't* feel like Monday.
Get ready to have a lot of coworkers ask "Where did you get that adorable planner??" over Zoom.
From cable organizers to desk organizers, here's everything you need to make working from home a little less annoying.
Here are some under-the-radar podcasts making waves with true crime obsessives.
Your back, butt, and brain will thank you.
Working from home never looked (or felt) this good.
Do not attempt if quarantined alone for a long, long time.
If you've got these products and just a few minutes, you can get a lot done — including those little things you mayyy be putting off.
Equipment and accessories that ~work~ for your space.
Kits, projects, and hobbies to keep you busy, because baby it's cold outside.
Fitness gloves, stationary bikes, and more great products that'll help you work your core, arms, and legs indoors.
Major wanderlust ahead.
Choose your fighter: I'm Work From Home Barbie™!
Ooky, spooky, and timely!
Manicures, face masks, and hair-styling tools galore.
"Siblings Or Dating?" Is My Favorite Instagram Account To Come Out Of 2020, And You Need To Follow It
Well, which is it gonna be?
Experience some socially distant fun from your car as you enter the Stranger Things universe — and possibly The Upside Down.
Consider this the remote learning starter kit.
If you back has been low-key (or high-key) bothering you, you're not the only one.
Inexpensive things that'll help make working from home ~work~ for you.
These tricks can definitely help.
A movie projector, inflatable lounger, travel bidet, and more goodies to make the great outdoors feel spectacular.
Improve your "home office" with ergonomic chairs, lap desks, and Venus flytraps galore.
Pretty sure a loungewear set is the WFH equivalent to a dress and a blazer.
Honestly, the Wikipedia tip is a total game changer.
Raise your hand if your back hurts.
Because rolling out of bed and into your first meeting is not an ideal routine.
Me before getting a new plant in the mail::( Me after getting a new plant in the mail::)
Well, would you look at the time? It's wrap yourself in a weighted blanket with a homemade mini donut o'clock.
*opens another AO3 tab*
Whether you have a small studio apartment or more space than you know what to do with.
Our goal for the remainder of 2020: Break up with breakage.
Prolong alfresco season for as long as possible.
All the desk accessories, organizers and storage holders for keeping your home-office space functional and stylish.
Your bed may be two feet away from your new "office desk," but upgrades like a specialized seat cushion and a tear-away daily planner pad can make it feel like a different world.
People Are Sharing The Major Ways The World Might Change After COVID-19, And It's Actually Uplifting
Working from home, more time spent with family, drive-in movies, and curbside pickup — just to name a few.
Get ready to level-up your roommate game with the addition of over-the-ear headphones, a keyboard cleaner, a slim gaming desk, and more.
Including a handy face mask chain, a portable sport-brella you can attach to preeeetty much anything, and a dupe for AirPods under $30.
Make your space work for you.
It can be a lot if you've never done it before — but you also have more leeway than you think.
Kayaking is about to become your new favorite way to put those muscles to work.
From DIY jewelry to hot sauce to bath bombs, there's a rainy day project for any beginner to try.
People Are Sharing Things They've Made During Quarantine, And They're Equal Parts Inspiring And Wholesome
No accomplishment is small.
Including a candle that sounds like a crackling fireplace when lit, my friends.
Physically, you're reading this article, but emotionally, you're watching Disney movies on an outdoor screen projector in a zero gravity recliner chair.
No walking shoes required.
These are so smart.
Sometimes you just gotta let a pack of caffeinated gum take the wheel.
Whether you go to the gym or like to work out at home.
Workspaces to help make working from home work for you.
A light at the end of the tunnel!
Tools and products to make your at-home manicure easier than Sunday morning.
If you learn nothing else here, learn to look into the camera during your interview.
More like cottagequar.
Turn your home into the happiest place on Earth.
Bears will probably not get you if you use a sleeping hammock...in your backyard.
Brit Bennett in conversation with Wayétu Moore, jokes from Mike Birbiglia, a Saturday jam-packed with romance, and much more.
Your stiff muscles after stretching: "Aaaaah." And doing all 10 takes less than seven minutes.
It can be anything!
Get ready to watch the minutes tick by one puzzle piece at a time.
Who needs sand getting everywhere and shark-infested waters when you can lounge at home in the shade, next to a cooler, with the sounds of the ocean in your ear?
Something to "brush and brush and brush and brush your hair" not included.
Make your own bagels, live out your karaoke dreams, and froth your own fancy lattes from the comfort of your own couch.
Travel with your taste buds.
While you're home, it's a great time to flex your handwriting, folks. Put that cursive you learned in third grade to use.
Just when you thought game nights had lost their magic. 💫🥏🏀💰
From musical toys that, shockingly, aren't irritating to classic ones you may recognize from your own childhood, your kiddo will definitely enjoy one of these items.
Who's up for a little 1v1?
Let the fun and learning begin.
Turns out that being parked on your couch isn't the best for your lower back. But we're all making do.
Even if you try only one or two, these can really help.
Put down the phone and pick up a whiffle bat, some board games, a croquet mallet, or even a burrito.
Please do not use box dye.
It took some time to figure out how to tackle everything — but it was worth it.
You're about to get ~really~ into dying your own wool. Best get prepared.
Is there anything the Instant Pot *can't* do?
We sure do want to learn Nonna's pasta recipe, thank you very much.
If cliffhangers are your mortal enemy, then this list is for you.
Everything you need to keep your space organized, quiet, and caffeinated.
Your brain is the one thing you can exercise without breaking a sweat.
Make a Moroccan meal, explore a Colombian coffee farm, tour Pompei — the options are vast.
Everything from beginner-friendly resistance band loops to bike shorts you'll wanna live in.
I was skeptical when bike shorts first got trendy again. But after experimenting with them as a comfy quarantine look, I’m fully obsessed.