Well, I am one of those people that not only has to work (remotely), but also have extra work to do. So, that's good.
Since I work for an e-learning service, I am going to suggest something that is obvious to me, but might not be that obvious to others. Now is a great time to study something, or get some new skills. There are a lot of online courses you can take, some of them are even free.
If you are stuck at home with a noisy person and just don't want to hear them any more, slap on some headphones and listen to music. Even if you aren't listening to any music, wear the headphones any way. It does prevent people from bothering you to a certain degree, since they don't know there's no sound flowing through them, unless you tell them. So, they won't bother you as much while you are wearing them, because they think you can't hear them.
If you just need a space to get away from the people you live with, try your basement or attic. I've been going down in my basement to walk laps (big basement). You can still go outside, as long as you stay away from people. Go prepare your garden for planting, if you have one. Hang out on a lawn chair or hammock, in your backyard or on your deck, and read a book.
If you are stuck at home with your family or kids, have a spring BBQ with them, play some board games, do some crafts together.
Start a new project, finish an older one, clean your closets, garage, attic, or basement, start work on your NANY2021
, crochet or knit a sweater, scarf, hat, scrap afghan, or whatever, sew up all the holes in your clothing.
Remember all those thing you said you'd do when you get around to it? Well, here's your "round tuit"!
If you really
have nothing to do and can set up a VM with some old unsupported version of Windows, PM me, I have a huge
software testing project you can help with.
And if it helps, don't think about what is really going on out there. Turn off the TV and/or radio and stay off social media and news sites, Indulge in a bit of mental fantasy, Try to tell yourself that there's a huge blizzard going on, and just stay inside where it's warm & dry. It's really not that much different, except there won't be any snow to shovel when it's all over. Or pretend you are living on a space station.
Whatever you decide to do, try to ENJOY
your unplanned vacation and stay healthy!