Community5 Brilliant Ideas for Staying Sane in Seattle During Election Season
October 30, 2020
Better buckle up ‘cause we are about to get on one crazy election roller coaster! We’ve put together some ideas for staying as sane as possible as the media mayhem begins (or rather… continues), and we hope you’ll find these fun ideas helpful in the days (and likely weeks) to come.
After you make sure that you VOTE, take a moment to read about our ~brilliant~ ideas for staying sane in Seattle this election season!
Not only does exercise help produce all kinds of happy brain chemicals, but it’s really hard to keep hitting the refresh button on the news when you’re in motion (ha!). If you’re the kind of person who feels better after some time out in the fresh air, we’ve got some great guides on where to bike in Seattle.
Canlis has pivoted several times during this pandemic and honestly it’s been pretty dang impressive. They recently opened Canlis Community College where you can enroll in all types of unique (and actually interesting) courses. Take a virtual cooking class with a pro chef. Enjoy wine tasting from the comfort of your home with a sommelier. Study Seattle Music Theory with KEXP. And MUCH more.
Canlis is also offering activities for kids, PE, course kits (where they provide you everything you need for a particular activity), fancy TV dinners, etc. It’s pretty fun.
Heading into the great outdoors oftentimes means losing cell service, and let’s be honest, that could be a serious BLESSING right now. If you need to get some quality time out in nature to beat those election blues, we’re so lucky to have the mountains practically in our backyard. Check out our blog post “4 Hikes with the BEST Views Less Than 30 Minutes to Issaquah.”