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How DRW Employees are Keeping Busy at Home with These 5 Activities

As teams continue to work from home to “flatten the curve” and limit the spread of COVID-19, our employees are finding new, unique ways to stay active and entertained from their homes. Below are just a few examples of companies that are offering their services for free that our employees have enjoyed virtually. The following are various fitness, cooking, meditation and other online activities that you can participate in for free over the next few weeks.

Remote Workouts

Looking for more exercise? Peloton is bringing a remote fitness experience to the next level with a full library of classes ranging from yoga and meditation to strength and outdoor running. You can download the Peloton app to any device and access their free trial up to 90 days. SIGN UP HERE.

Meditation

Headspace is an online healthcare company that offers a variety of resources on their website and app specifically designed to guide individuals in steps that can help improve their overall well-being. Headspace is offering free support to help people live a more rested and balanced life during the global crisis. VIEW THEIR RESOURCES HERE.

Cooking Classes

Chefs and restaurants are providing online and live cooking classes where you can follow along from your own homes and kitchens. Milk Street, Dallas and Jane and Michael Symon are a few that our teams have been enjoying from home. Check them out below.

Children’s Entertainment

As children continue to stay at home while schools remain closed, it can sometimes be a challenge to find fun, new ways to keep kids active, engaged and occupied, especially during the work week. Below are a few resources that our teams have found helpful to keep kids entertained.

Date Night

You can enjoy a “night out” from your home thanks to the Metropolitan Opera and Billboard with streamed performances that you can access live. Some of the Billboard at home concerts include performances from artists like Jojo and Josh Groban. The performers even choose a nonprofit partner to support with their livestreams to help charities working overtime helping those affected by the virus.