Normally this would be a fun doomsday prep-type blog, but seeing how the current climate has shifted, we thought the following would be even more useful. If you are planning to hunker down for awhile we’ve got some great ideas on how to pass the time! After all, let’s face it, there’s only so much of the Marvel’s movie/tv line we can binge watch straight. I love the movies, don’t get me wrong, but a break is in order every now and then. Am I right? Here are 4 Fun Ways to Pass Time During a Pandemic!
Puzzle The Time Away
Puzzles — classic and timeless. They are fun for the whole family and they are a wonderful way to pass the time. If you’ve ever wanted to start your own Youtube Channel, you can show your mad puzzle skills and get tons of viewers. I only know this because of babysitting. I. Am. Amazed. On what is out there. We also have puzzles for just about anyone: DC and Marvel-folk, Jim Henson fans, Lunchbox fans, music fans, the list goes on! You can have a contest and time to see who has the best puzzle-fitting score, or when you finish, throw some glue on that puppy, throw it in a frame, and voila instant wall art!
Stash-up on comics! Comics are an excellent way to pass the time! Endless story options, endless adventures, you might even get an idea for a project or find your next hairdo by reading one. Even better yet, you won’t get a headache from staring at a screen all day. That might make me sound old, but trust me… it happens.
For a lot of us, you know what I’m talking about when I say CDs, but just in case you don’t, I’m talking about compact discs… they play music or just about anything. Rewind it back to the time of CDs and pass the hours by listening to some amazing movie scores! We carry older movie/tv soundtracks but we also carry more relevant ones too! So no matter your taste, you’ll be sure to find several that will transform you into another world from your very own living room. CDs also ship really easily if you are putting together a care package for someone!
Bring the Arcade to You
Why not bring something home that’s new-to-you and oh-so-cool-old-school? This Sears Video Arcade II which is Atari compatible is sure to give you a nice break from your usual console. It comes with 23 games, 2 joysticks, and 2 controllers. The games include E.T. The Extraterrestrial, Ms. Pac-Man, and Space Invaders! There’s nothing quite like playing those games on a system they were meant to be played on, it just brings a sense of peace.
Do you agree or disagree on this list? What other ways do you like to pass the time? Let us know! Make sure to also follow us on instagram @blastftp and facebook for other fun ideas, products, and pop-culture deliciousness.
Stay safe out there!
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