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Everyday life with a contagious virus in the circulation is challenging for many.
It has led to that several have found new solutions to solve everyday problems and have satisfied the necessary requirements.
Here are six korona-lifehacks to you such as yearn for socializing, for you, who would have been at the hairdresser and to those who want to avoid taking on things.
1. The “No touch”-hook
It was originally a neighbor of hers that had the idea. Doris Skjervum from Skien thought it was so good that she wanted to test.
She has modified an old coat hanger to be a tool; a hook that can fit in your pocket.
– It is so clever. It does that I don’t have to take the handles and buttons when I will be out of the apartment. I am of course careful hand washing, in addition, ” she says.
She has posted a demonstration of the hook on social media. It has caused a lot of response.
– People think it’s funny and smart. Cheap is there also, laughing Skjervum.
Even she is in risikogruppa to become seriously ill if they become infected. Therefore, she takes everything that is of precautions, and take happily accommodate tips and clever tricks to stay healthy.
Doris Skjervum have modified a coat hanger which she uses when she is going out of his apartment. It makes sure that she won’t have to take on the surfaces, which she hopes leads to less chance for koronasmitte.
Physical contact is very little of a day, other than the very, very closest. Grandparents and grandchildren are among those who miss each other a little extra.
the Son of Carol Rakkebo Aadal from Frosta has long been very, after a kos of the maternal grandmother.
Fireåringen Ciljan got a brilliant idea when the maternal grandmother He was out on a trip and came walking past.
– He suggested that they could give each other a nuss through the path. As said so done, ” says the mother, who had snapped a picture of the touching moment.
It is not easy to explain to a four years old that he can’t enjoy granny. A nuss through the window is a small consolation for Ciljan.
Photo: Trine Rakkebo Aadal 3. Klippehjelp
Karoline Stangenes had ordered frisørtime, but then hit the korona. NRK-journalist decided to take the scissors into their own hands.
the Expert help she got her hairdresser via YouTube, which she thinks is a good tip for those who need a spigot while the lounges will be closed.
the Pulse was 120, and she was shaky on her hand and afraid of the result.
– I drew out the hair, trimmed the front and it was crooked in the back. Nevertheless, it was not so very bad, ” she says.
This is still not something Stangenes hope she needs to do for many times.
– When everything opens again, I must to the barber shop to fix up. There is a reason that one must educate themselves to become a hairdresser.
NRK-journalist Karoline Stangenes cuts the hair with the help of YouTube.
Hytteforbudet in connection with the koronautbruddet has created a huge debate. Easter is not as planned for very many norwegians.
Pretend you’re at the cottage, ” said prime minister Erna Solberg at a press conference.
There are several who have taken to themselves, among other Www.nokia Aletheia Hammervold from Arendal.
When you not get the ambiance you’re looking for in a cabin, one must attempt to find the at home. It is something to take the condition of the home, ” she says.
Even she has found out the yellow påskekoppen in advance, and laid out a list of tips on Instagram.
Tips her is among other things to find deck of cards, the mug with a hot drink, crossword and puzzle booklet, woollen garments, and a feeling of leisure.
– Peislyd and image can be found streamed on the net if you don’t have your own fireplace. Add solitaire. Make something good to drink. Use close to nature. Add away prestasjonsjaget, and take absolutely free, she urges.
Www.nokia Aletheia Hammervold has several good tips for how you can take hyttekosen home.
Photo: Private 5. Hjemmelekeland
With closed schools and kindergartens, there are many parents who have their kids at home all day. It can be challenging to find new activities, which can lead to a lot of TV-watching and iPad-mas.
It is not possible to travel on playland, but maybe it is possible to make a kind of playland at home?
the Family Gustavsen from Norway had almost run out of ideas, when they suddenly got tips for a fun activity via social media; an obstacle course in the living room.
the Trail was made with adhesive tape, and the chairs and tables were used as the obstacle.
It was an attempt to find something new for the kids, ” says mom Elin Gustavsen.
the Activity coincided well in the taste with the children of five and two.
obstacle course in the living room can be a good tip when the kids will wake up at home for the third week in a row.
6. Digital vennekveld
Many miss the social evenings with friends and family. Sunniva Solheim Alvestad from Tromsø is one of them.
She is part of a very social venninnegjeng which usually meet regularly at home with each other. It is difficult to get to in these times.
Why has the gang tried on digital vennekveld.
The first came into being very spontaneously, but lasted three hours. We needed very to see and hear how it went with each other. We skålte and laughed, ” she says.
She believes such vennekveld is a good option when the social need is great and you can’t meet physically.
Sunniva Solheim Alvestad, and the friends finally met the need for social contact.
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