Odds are you have been spending a lot of time at home lately. Bring some creativity into your life. It’s a great antidote to cabin fever. Here are three fun activities you can do to stretch your creativity. 

    1. Tie-Dye

      Tie-Dye has skyrocketed in popularity this year. Everyone could use a little splash of color and fun these days! Tie-Dye Kit purchases are on the rise as many people grasp for color therapy and things to do. The Etsy and Pinterest crafting culture has been going strong for several years now, but with people stuck at home, crafts like Tie-Dye have become one of the main go-to’s. 

      Make Your Own Tie-Dye

      Tie-dye truly became the biggest trend and the best part is that you can easily make it yourself! Experience the fun and joy of taking your old white clothes and turning into a rainbow of excitement. Tie-dye is probably one of the most fun hobbies to take on, and it’s something you can do with the entire family! Grab a Tie-Die at Home Kit and you will be whipping up tie-dye shirts in no time.

    2. Origami

      This classic Japanese art form has made a comeback the last few months. Even if you can’t get your hands on some authentic Japanese Origami paper, plain computer paper will do. This is a hobby and craft that engages both your mind and fine motor skills, making it ideal for doing when you have lots of time on your hands. With just one piece of paper, you can fold it into anything you desire. A crane, a heart, a box, a dog, even a jumping frog. It’s all possible with some well planned folds. Origami is awesome and fun at the same time. 

    3. Drawing

      Drawing is simple! Like origami, you don’t necessarily need any fancy tools. Even just a pen and paper will be enough to start doodling. It’s an easy way to slip into a realm of fantasy, away from the challenging times out in the real world.

What activities have you picked up while spending more time at home? Did you start a new workout program? Or learn to cook a new dish? We’d love to hear what you have been up to! Email us at info@eatmightymeals.com and we will share some of the cool things you have been doing! In the meantime, don’t forget to place your order by midnight for this week’s delivery dates! Happy crafting!