Quarantine? Make the best of it

We believe that now is not the time to bury our heads in the sand. Social life may be limited, but this also opens up new opportunities. That's why here are a few tips on how to make your home life more enjoyable and make the most of the time you've gainedd.

Get cozy at home office

Feeling comfortable at home is especially important when you spend a lot of time at home. A cozy home office spot in your apartment can help you feel comfortable and less lonely. Something else we highly recommend - video calls with your colleagues! This keeps you in company and also increases productivity.

Support small businesses

Even if we don't leave the house much - we still need to shop. If you have to buy hygiene items, make sure to fill up your bathroom with items from small labels. These companies are having an especially hard time considering the crisis and can use all the support they can get. By buying Share items, you're doing better: every time you buy a product, an equivalent product is donated to people in need. Win, win right?

Treat yourself to coffee & books

Finally, time for good coffee with foamed milk - finally time to read a book. Use the time to slow down and take time for things that are often neglected in the normal stress of everyday life.

Get moving with home workouts

After a day at the home office, exercise is soooo good! Just because your gym is closed doesn't mean you have to miss out on your workout. For example, there are plenty of workout videos on YouTube - from yoga to HIT to CrossFit. So - roll out your mat and get going! You still lack the necessary motivation? How about the yoga pants from Inaska? The pants are made from recycled fishing nets and, like our products, are produced fairly.

Order from your favorite restaurants

Restaurants will also have a hard time in the Corona crisis. If you don't want to miss your favorite neighborhood Italian in the future, just order from them. Many restaurants offer delivery services, so you can still support them without having to join crowds.