Stay at Home and Quarantine and Chill

Stay at Home and Quarantine and Chill

In times like these, we need to keep our morale high and confidence up. So we must start feeding ourselves fashion and lifestyle tips, which begin at home and with family. So why wait for outdoors life when we can have more fun indoors.
There is a whole world of things to do around your hair and your headband and even your free time. Have you ever wondered what these are? Well, do not worry; we have prepared a short list of things you can do to make the most of your quarantine time at home, with family members.


Try a new look

Borrowing from our previous blog, here is an idea you can try out today. Let your hair down playing the fashionable headband-wielding princess by dressing up in a wrap dress and putting on one of your many matching embellished turban headbands. See the smile you bring to your family members’ faces.
Also, do not forget to pose with your headband in style and put up glam pictures on social media platforms like Snapchat or Whatsapp stories and statuses. See how you uplift the mood of your friends in times of the global coronavirus pandemic.

Try a new Amazon Prime series

If you are an avid TVF fan and Jitendra Kumar, aka Jitu, is your man, then there is reason for you to cheer up. TVF has brought out a lovely and refreshingly realistic village tale called ‘Panchayat’ that is an 8 episode long saga.
It trails the lead character, AbhishekTripathi, played by Kumar, into a village in East Uttar Pradesh’s Ballia district where Tripathi, a city boy, has been posted as a secretary to the village Panchayat. The series is about Tripathi’s comic exploits in the village, the relationships he builds with the village folks and the insights he gathers about life in rural India.

Try a new recipe

If you have not yet taken to cooking then this is the time to try your hand at a basic recipe, like that of a banana pancake. Mash well a large banana or two bananas in a bowl. Take 2 tablespoons of butter and fold it in half a cup of flour and half a cup of milk.
Mix the banana mash and the mixture together. A pinch of salt and 1 table spoon castor sugar are to be added to the mixture. In the end, add a tea spoon of baking powder and one fourth tea spoon of baking soda to the mixture and let it sit for ten to fifteen minutes. Heat a pan and pour the mixture on it and get a wonderful spongy pancake ready to eat with a serving of honey or chocolate syrup.
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