Don't Let Quarantine Clip Your Wings: How to be a Free Spirit While Stuck at Home
Updated: Mar 27, 2020
Finding freedom in self-isolation. What to do in quarantine | Bohemian lifestyle
I've never really thought of myself as an introvert. I always felt I was more of an extrovert with an anxiety disorder and a low tolerance for boring ideals and bad music. Staying at home has never been much of a problem for me, and I struggle to empathize with those who feel trapped within their own homes during these chaotic times of fear and uncertainty. While empathy for extroverts doesn't come naturally for me, I have made sure to at least take the time to think about what life has been like for my more lively counterparts these days. I bet you guys are having a tough time not being able to party, mingle, stroll about anywhere as you please, but my free spirited bohemian sisters and brothers definitely have most of my pity. Some of you might be feeling like a caged bird, unable to do as you please as you do your part to prevent the spread of this nasty virus. Whether you're an introvert or extrovert, bohemians need to be wild and free - we don't respond well to rules and confinement. But don't lose your cool just yet, my friends. Here are a few things you can do to keep yourself entertained, fulfilled, joyful, and creative right at home.