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Social Distancing Activities
by Torrie Smith and Julian Carpenter
While we are all stuck at home, Julian Carpenter and I thought it would be fun to
put together a 4 week activity list so self-isolation wouldn't feel so lonely.
Hey y’all! My good friend Julian Carpenter and I are now working from home practicing
our social distancing skills! We are on day 1 and are both already bored out of our
wits. We thought that if you’re also practicing social distancing you might be as
bored as we are.
For the next four weeks, we have a daily activity planned each day. We will be sending
out daily emails reminding you about that day’s activity along with ways to participate
on Facebook, so you feel you are apart of a community even while you are stuck at
home. Some days might require additional information so we will be sending out information
in emails and posting on our Facebook pages. The best way for you to remain involved
is by liking our Facebook pages and subscribing to my blog.
We have put together some fun activities for you to do! We will be getting you to
stay active, try new foods, exercise your brain, and keep your social life active
in the limited ways available.
4 Week Social Distancing Calendar
You can like Julian’s Facebook page by clicking here. You can like my Facebook page by clicking here. You can also subscribe to my blog by clicking here.
Share a picture with us each day of Facebook! Tag us in your posts and use the hashtag
If you have any questions, you can email Julian at firstname.lastname@example.org and me at email@example.com. We are both excited to have something to keep us from going crazy during this time