How to Spend Your Time During the Montreal Lockdown
The lockdown restrictions haven’t been fun for anyone. Montreal has been one of Canada’s worst affected regions from COVID-19, which means the lockdown restrictions continue to fluctuate at writing. Despite the damage this has caused to the economy, people’s health, and everything in between, the city continues to recover from this unprecedented situation.
With everything from bars to movie theaters being closed in Montreal, there’s not much you can do during the lockdown right now. At least, that’s the case if you’re not creative. Even if you’re stuck at home, there are plenty of activities you can enjoy to pass the time.
For some inspiration, here’s how you can fight the boredom of the Montreal lockdown.
Get invested in sport
Even if there are no fans in attendance, sports – following a lengthy delay that saw everything from the Tokyo Olympics to Euro 2020 being postponed – are still going on worldwide. Basketball, the NHL, soccer, tennis, and even eSports are all up and running.
While watching these sports and keeping up-to-date with your favorite team or player is one thing, you can enhance the experience by having a little flutter. You can visit Unibet Canada and see what sporting events are available right now.
Order in a meal
Sadly, you’re not allowed to dine in at some of Montreal’s finest restaurants at the moment. However, the good news is the city’s dining establishments can remain open for delivery and takeout.
As a result, you can still enjoy restaurant-standard cuisine while residing at home and tuck into some of your favorite meals. To see what’s available, simply have a browse of the choices listed on Uber Eats. From famous fast-food joints to acclaimed local eateries, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Learn a new skill
Sure, you can spend your free time at home binging on that Netflix series, which you’ve put off for months. While recreational time is important, you can take a more practical approach to being at home by learning a new skill.
Due to the internet’s power, the possibilities are endless in terms of what you can learn. It could range from knowing how to wallpaper your bedroom to learning a new language to earn a business management degree. With YouTube, podcasts, and in-depth written guides, there are also various ways in which you can learn.
Build up your fitness
Gyms are closed, yes, but that doesn’t mean you have to put your fitness goals on hold. There are many different workout plans available that you can do at home. Plus, you don’t necessarily have to order any equipment – you can improvise with everything from a sofa for arm reps to tins of beans as weights.
To ensure you get in a full workout, you also have the freedom to leave your house for a walk or cycle around one of Quebec’s national parks. Plus, if you want to unwind after exercising, you can even go fishing in the lakes.