Couples: 3 Ways to be Productive During a Shut-In

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We’re all shut in and loving every moment of each other, right? Maybe in a perfect world, but in my world, I’m trying not to lose it every time he walks into the room. Kidding, but I’ve come up with a few great tips on how to make your time more enjoyable while being productive.

Related: Love In Quarantine: 4 Ways to Keep the Romance

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Teach One Another A New Skill

Everyone is saying that now is the time to pick up a new skill. Perfect! Why not learn a new skill from your mate? This creates fun bonding time, and it’s always awesome to learn anything, but learning this from your mate is impressively sexy.

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Start A Youtube Channel

I know this may be a stretch, but hear me out. Starting a YouTube channel together can be a great way to document your time during the quarantine. It also brings out a bit of creativity that you both aren’t usually used to tapping into together. It also gives you a platform for each of your personalities to shine, that you may not be necessarily used to seeing from the other.

Create A Joint Vision Board

Goals are more obtainable when we can visualize them. Many of us create vision boards for our individual goals, but how often do we do this for our goals as a couple? Well, Pinterest is the perfect tool to make this happen. This is an awesome opportunity for you both to show one another your hopes, dreams, and aspirations as a couple for your immediate future, as well as your distant future.

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Stronger Together

No matter what you choose to do with your time, remember, you’ll get through this together. Don’t allow this time to separate you. Instead, work together, grow together and be stronger together. New beginnings are always a beautiful thing.

Published by Sadie Pegues-Hall

Sadie Pegues-Hall lives in Bucks County, PA and divides her creative time between, event planning and freelance writing. She has been a dating and relationship contributor since 2014 offering honest insight. Sadie has appeared in such publications as Jersey Fashionista Magazine, Height Magazine and Social Lifestyle Magazine. She has also been seen lending her relationship wisdom on the reality show Learn How to Marry Me. Sadie is a wife, a mother to two girls, one of which has autism, a stepmom, and a doggie mom. She is the founder of several autism awareness events which are dear to her heart.

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