3 Ways To Practice Social Distancing In Your Home

3 Ways To Practice Social Distancing In Your Home

Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, the CDC urges social distancing, also called “physical distancing,” outside of your home.

That means keeping at least a 6 feet (72 inches) space between yourself and other people outside of your home. As well as avoiding group or mass gatherings in general.

To practice this most of us are spending a lot of time at home where we don’t have to keep a social distance from one another. But you may want to. And if you do want to practice social distancing in your home, here are three easy way to practice.

Turn “Netflix and chill” into “Netflix and chill on the opposite end of the sofa.”

You can still spend time with your loved ones on our sofa and maintain at least 6 feet of social distancing. In order to achieve this, one person sits on each end of the sofa.

We understand someone in your home may be left standing in the corner and if that happens enact the “move your feet lose your seat” rule immediately.

Enjoy date night and social distancing.

Share a meal at our extendable dining tables and social distancing will be a breeze. To achieve this, extend your table to its full length and each person sits on the opposite end of the table, long-ways.

Just make sure you talk loud if you want to converse and if you don’t really want to talk to the other person, talk in your normal tone.

Have a good night of distant sleep.

Have a great night of sleep while keeping your distance on any of our king-size beds.

Parents with kids who kick in their sleep will enjoy pushing this social distancing sleep rule when their kid(s) ask to share the bed.

About Alexandra Dedovitch

Alexandra Dedovitch has a B.A. in Multimedia Communications and English. She is a professional writer, artist and designer. Her passion for writing, travel and design has led her to settle her roots in Arizona, a hub for modern and eclectic style. She is the founder of Folk Heart Creations, a blog dedicated to travel and self-expression through art and design. She has worked for Inmod since 2013, both in-house and freelance.

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