This whole self-isolation and quarantine situation has made us spend more time home. Let me rephrase that - made us spend all of our time at home. And the majority of the people are no used to that.
For people who live in houses with backyards, it is just bearable. But for people who live in apartment buildings... I guess it is torture.
All in all, it's not easy for anyone. Well, to fight to boredom, they are constantly trying to find new ways to entertain themselves, and sometimes the results are just hilarious. We have collected some of the funniest pictures of people fighting the quarantine boredom:
While boredom is great for messing about, constantly staying home can inspire us to start new projects and help out others with our own talents.
Joe The Doodle Boy from England, formed a new YouTube channel where he educates other children how to doodle It will help keep them busy, and give a boost to their creativity while they’re not going to school.
The reporters spoke to Joe’s father, Greg Whale, to find out more about how his son is getting used to his new position as an online art tutor. “Joe is enjoying passing on his doodle methods—he loves working on his YouTube channel and helping other kids and also many adults to open up their creativity in this very strange time!”
According to Greg, his kid Joe told that “art is an amazing thing to do when we all have to stay home, so my brother Jesse and I are taking this opportunity to be positive and help others create.”
Now that Joe has his YouTube channel functioning, he’s “really happy he has another thing to create.”
Greg and his spouse are tutoring their three children at home, using online education sources advised to them by their school.
The Doodle Boy has been very active lately! “Joe has just completed a 30-piece commission for an eagerly awaited 5-star hotel in Palm Beach Florida where his work will be in each of the luxury rooms,” Joe’s dad told the reporter. “Joe is also working on 2 commissions for 2 of his followers. Joe now has an agent in LA, USA, who is in deep discussions with major publishers and animators.”