- As we learn to redefine the new "normal," we're all in search of online things to do with friends right now — so MTL Blog made a list of options!
- From quiz nights to book clubs, there are still so many things you can do with your favourite people without seeing them in person.
- See what you and your friends can get up to online below.
Santé Montréal published advice on its website for anyone who may be feeling stressed, worried, or anxious during these times, which goes without saying is a vast majority of us right now. A few of the tips posted included "take time to unwind' and to "connect with loved ones." With this in mind, we made a list of seven online things to do with friends — so you can stay connected while apart.
Conversations can tend to get a little boring these days when questions like "what are you up to?" are being answered with "eating my seventh snack of the day," "wondering when I can have a glass of wine without my cat judging me," or "knowing I am too old for TikTok but that hasn't stopped me from losing four hours of my life on it."
Thankfully, technology is here to save us with a host of virtual things to do online with friends.
Are you literature fans? Maybe itching to get your karaoke on? Or want to show off your aptitude for random general knowledge?
Keep reading below to find out the seven virtual things you can do with a friend online to help numb that isolation boredom.
Quiz Night At Randolph Games On Facebook Live
When: Tuesday & Thursday; 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Cost: Free to take part
Check out event details on the Facebook page!
Netflix & Quarantine With The Netflix Party App
Join A Book Club At Argo Books
Check Out A Multiplayer Game Like Call Of Duty: Warzone
Cost: Approx $50 – $60
Go Old School & Play A Classic Game At PlayingCards
Challenge Eachother To A Karaoke-off With Smule
Cost: Free, but there is also a VIP version if you want fewer ads (and other perks); $40 a year
Check out the app here!
Take A Class From Naada Yoga On Zoom
Cost: The first class is free, then $50 for unlimited classes
That should keep us busy for a while — or at least a few minutes.