• 6 Fun Quarantivities

    After the Dalgona coffee, plantito and plantita craze, and one too many Netflix shows, what else is there to do?

    Hereís a roundup of six fun quarantivities to try:

    1. Get Creative

    Have you been wanting to get your creative juices flowing but donít know where to start? Art Bar and National Bookstore has everything you need to begin your artistic journey. Paint, scrapbook, or journal your heart away with their collection of art materials and school supplies. A creative outlet can do wonders for our mental health. Plus, youíll never know when inspiration strikes.

    2. Turn Your Home Into a Gym

    Does the lockdown make you miss going to a gym? We know the feeling. Fortunately, you donít have to go outside to stay fit. Chris Sports has every kind of workout equipment to help you start building a home gym.

    3. Immerse Yourself in a Book

    If you want to escape from the world and all its stressors, thereís no better way to do it than by reveling in a good book. Immerse yourself in Fully Bookedís vast collection of fantasy novels, non-fiction books, young adult series, and more.

    4. Have a Fancy Intimate Dinner

    Who says you canít have a five-star dinner at home? If you canít go to a fancy restaurant, then bring the fancy restaurant to you. For those who have a knack for creating in the kitchen, this is the perfect weekend activity to bring your family closer than ever. Plus, you wonít have to wait in line or deal with traffic. The Metro Supermarket has just about everything you need, from fresh vegetables to delicious meats. To take it up a notch, try your hand at tablescaping with crockery and decorative pieces from H&M home, Metro Department Store, and Rustanís. Add a few wine bottles, your most lavish looks -- youíll wonder why you ever had to leave the house for a fun night.

    5. Bring Out Your Inner Beauty Guru

    Raring to try out that eyeliner hack you saw on TikTok? Thereís no better time to try out new makeup looks than now. Elevate your eyeshadow game or give yourself a fun makeover with Beauty Bar and Watsonís wide range of beauty products.

    6. Be an At-Home Barista

    Working from home has plenty of perks, and one of those is making as many cups of coffee as you like -- or need. With Rustanís Homeís endless options of coffee machines, french presses, and tools, and Starbucks premium coffee beans, you wonít have to go far for that energy boost. You can even experiment with different recipes and bring out that inner barista in you.

    Want to know how? Meet A.N.A.

    (Alternative: Want to know how you can complete our quarantivities list? Meet A.N.A.)

    A.N.A., short for Ayala Malls Neighborhood Assistant, allows customers to shop for their needs within the safety of their own homes. As part of their commitment to giving the best possible service to the community, the pioneering program lets you purchase goods from Ayala Cebu Center stores and have them delivered to your doorstep.

    All one has to do is click on their order form at @ANAAyalaCenterCebu on Facebook and a representative from A.N.A will be in touch with you for updates via Facebook messenger and coordinates with you in real-time with photos to make sure they get the right items for you. How convenient is that?

    For more information and updates like ANA Ayala Center Cebu on Facebook at @ANAAyalaCebu and @anaayalacentercebu on Twitter and Instagram.
    After the Dalgona coffee, plantito and plantita craze, and one too many Netflix shows, what else is there to do?
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