The past few weeks have been an intense cycle of anxiety-inducing news about the coronavirus (COVID-19), but we made it through another week, and it’s finally the weekend. More people have been working from home lately and probably won’t be going anywhere this weekend, which could lead to a lot of stir-craziness.
But not when the internet exists.
The hashtag #QuarantineAndChill is actually a thing, and it could be a nice distraction from a lot of the uncertainty we’re currently facing at the moment. How you quarantine and chill is up to you, but the internet has lots of advice for how to make the most of your time indoors.
Go forth and socially distance yourself!
— RayRay (@behippy22) March 13, 2020
— ☣️Antonio Castillo☣️ (@antoniobasement) March 13, 2020
Stock up. It’s wild outside
— Surly Shirts (@BigSurlyReese) March 13, 2020
— Slackful (@Slackful1) March 13, 2020
Heading into town to scavenge for supplies
— Lady Farmer is social distancing ???? (@djmincey11) March 13, 2020
— Megan Carlotta (@MeganCarlotta) March 13, 2020
Me sitting at home looking at all the chaos on Twitter after I did all my pandemic grocery shopping yesterday with fully stocked shelves and absolutely NO lines… #QuarantineAndChill #CoronavirusPandemic #YallLate pic.twitter.com/RNVqXqPdHK
— Nekkid Panda (@TheNekkidPanda) March 13, 2020
Introverts are the real pros here
— Dave Matheson (@DaverMath) March 13, 2020
— ???? Luna ???? (@Luna26911501) March 13, 2020
My husband is very bookish. I can tell you what our quarantine will be like: me talking to him and he doesn’t hear a word I say because his nose is buried in a book ????????♀️ #QuarantineAndChill pic.twitter.com/35uh15hpK1
— LG ???????????????? (@laurnie234) March 13, 2020
— S E Benchmark Agency (@sebenchmark) March 13, 2020
Be safe, no matter what
— ☢️❄️???????? (@TRUTHandFREED0M) March 13, 2020
— J.R. (@jram0214) March 13, 2020
— tommie-ann (@tom_tom12) March 13, 2020