There's light at the end of the tunnel, but our return to normalcy is still a work in progress. While we don't know how much longer our current reality will continue, it's more important than ever to turn our time at home into something productive.

Instead of opening up the fridge to "just see what there is" for the fifth time today, try one of these activities to help get you through the day, as recommended by the Photomyne team.

Find your Headspace

How many times have you tossed out the term "stir-crazy" to describe your emotional state at home? Too much time with the family and too much time wearing in the same corner of your couch would understandably cause such feelings.

That's why it's so important to keep yourself mentally refreshed with apps like Headspace. Choose between a variety of meditations tailored for your needs: sleep, stress-relief, healthy living, and more.

Aprenda um novo idioma (Learn a new language)

Even though international travel is still out of our sights, Duolingo brings those foreign places right to your smartphone or desktop. Choose from one of their 94 language courses in 23 languages, so you'll be prepared to speak like a local on your first post-corona vacation.

Be like Mike

No television series has captivated our team quite like The Last Dance, an intimate look into Michael Jordan's last season with the Chicago Bulls. After nearly two decades in the shadows as an NBA team owner, the 10-part ESPN & Netflix documentary shines a light on the man and the team who's popularity and influence grew far beyond sports.

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Get your FitOn

Staying active is hard when confined to your home, especially in a tiny apartment, however, it's not impossible. Our team likes FitOn to motivate us through at-home workouts. With free workouts from celebrity trainers, it's an easy way to stay in shape and not let quarantine get the best of us.

Join the green thumb club

If your movements outside have been limited, it's time to bring nature to your home. Starting a garden doesn't need to be a daunting task for newbies either. With Planta, your days as a plant killer are over. The app reminds you how to care for each species, and with a subscription, you can even identify unknown plants with a photo.

Couch Tour 2020

Concert tours might be canceled, but the music never stops. Listening in on a live-streamed performance might be just what you need to fill the live music void in your life. Everyone from Miley Cyrus to Andrew Lloyd Webber to Garth Brooks is going live weekly with a new slew of music.

Do you have boxes and albums of photos lying around? Explore the Photomyne suite and discover the best way to save all of your memories.