Conscious by Chloé

Chloé Lepeltier - Conscious By Chloé

A Sustainable Lifestyle Blog focusing on Zero Waste, Slow Living, and Ethical Fashion.

A List of Social Distancing Activities

Darning Socks by Conscious by Chloé

If you're looking for easy activities to keep you busy during these isolation/isolating times, here is some inspiration:

Habit Shift

  • Get Rid of Junk Mail
    Save your mailperson an unecessary trip to your mailbox by finally getting rid of junk mail once and for all.

  • Back up your Data
    We always postpone it and then eventually regret it when sh#t hits the fan. Do it now, future you will thank you.

  • Learn to mend
    Take care of the things you already have in your closet and tackle that ever growing mending pile.

  • Propagate your plants
    Because we can never get enough plants babies. And, when the time comes, you'll be able to swap them with your friends.

Sage & Rosemary Smudge Wands DIY by Conscious by Chloé


  • Coffee Body Scrub
    You probably already have all the ingredients in your pantry.

  • Smudge Wands
    An amazing way to clear the air and avoid cabin fever.

  • Natural Cleaners
    Running out of cleaning spray? Don't run to the store just yet...

  • Reusable Food Wrap
    If you don't already have soy or beeswax on hand, I highly recommend getting your hands on some as it can be used for so many projects (cosmetics, wood polish, candle making, etc.).

  • Junk Mail Notebook
    Soon, you'll run out of junk mail, but in the meantime, let's reuse and get creative!

Almond Milk Recipe by Conscious by Chloé


  • Sourdough Bread
    Since everyone seems to be baking right now...

  • Jun
    Jun is the "honey and green tea kombucha". I haven't brewed any in a while but was just inspired to start again today. Who's got a starter for me?

  • Almond Milk
    This is an old one, and I'm more inspired to experiment more with oats now, but I still wanted to share this easy recipe with you :)

Social Distancing Activities during Coronavirus Pandemic by Conscious by Chloé

I hope you're holding up, feel free to share more "shelter in place" activities in the comments below.