• Get your hands on a recipe/cookbook and learn to cook new things.
• Visit a museum or gallery to learn about a person or period that interests you.
• Take on a new responsibility at work that will help you to learn a new skill and further your career.
• Try a little DIY at home. Instead of calling a repair team, try mending the broken gate yourself, or try your hand at touching up a wall with a fresh coat of paint.
• Take an interest in the community around you. Find a communal notice board or Facebook group where people within a close proximity are sharing their interests and hobbies. Find something you can sign up for.
• Watch short, inspiring talks like the ones found on TED Talks or join a Masterclass.
• Subscribe to interesting YouTube channels like How Stuff Works and Crash Course.
There are so many ways to learn. We urge you to remain curious, ask questions and find the answers. You and your mental health will be better for it.