Let’s face it, quarantine can get boring. Only a few days in and you feel like you’ve got nothing left to do? You’re in luck. Here are some personal goals you can accomplish while quarantined.
Trying to work out when all the gyms are closed can be intimidating. When you are used to having access to all of the equipment a full service gym offers, you may be left not knowing how to get the same burn without the same equipment.
You’re stuck at home because of the coronavirus. After a while, you might get tired of the food you have. If you don’t feel like venturing out to the store, there are ways to make the most of what you might have in your pantry.
Practicing social distancing can be hard, especially when it seems like there is nothing to do. You could read a book or paint your entire room, but why do that when you could curl up on the couch and watch apocalypse movies?
Two weeks ago, Clayton and Crume, a Kentucky-based leather goods manufacturer, was a business focused on creating wallets, belts and “fulfilling the needs” of its customers.
With the cost of college on the rise, students look for ways they can take advantage of their time and money. For some students, they turn to WKU’s JUMP.
Social distancing has us all going a little crazy with boredom. Remember when we used to complain to our parents about being bored and they would always say, “I’ll give you something to do?” Some of us may be considering that offer right about now.
If March was a color, it would probably be green. Time “springs forward” when daylight savings time begins, and many plants will begin growing their green foliage and some of their colorful blooms. It’s also a month known for the day of all things green and Irish: St. Patrick’s Day.
There are clubs at WKU that serve as a safe haven for people to express their political beliefs, like the Young Democrat Club and College Republicans. Another club has stepped up to include everyone no matter the affiliation.
Today’s world can seem a bit scary. Businesses being told to close for an undetermined amount of time, WKU canceling all face-to-face instruction and the Olympics being pushed back to 2021. For local businesses, this new normal we’re seeing can be especially daunting.
Bowling Green’s local gems like Spencer’s Coffee, Q Coffee Emporium and Great American Donut Shop closed to in-person traffic per Gov. Andy Beshear’s order. One Instagram account is looking to help.