We watch a lot of TV, and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found that the average American adult watches almost three hours of it per day! Additionally, more than 90% of us pay for at least one video streaming service, according to Nielsen.
With many people staying inside during quarantine, that number has likely risen. Too much TV can be bad, but, at the same time, it might seem like there’s nothing else to do but watch TV these days.
Wikibuy created a guide with 12 unique streaming services that offer online videos about art, cooking, meditation, yoga, and physical exercise – all activities that have the potential to boost your mental wellbeing.
For example, when you’re feeling stressed, you might try out CakeFlix, which is exactly as it sounds – it’s like Netflix but with thousands of cake baking and decorating classes. Or, you might decompress with one of the Museum of Modern Art’s online art courses on everything from fashion to abstract art.
Explore the streaming service alternatives to Netflix and Hulu below and have fun learning something new!
Do you feel anxious, lonely or plain overwhelmed? Is isolation impacting your mental wellbeing? Here’s what you need to do: Contact Colleen on 0434 337 245, Duncan on 0434 331 243 or Rachel on 0442 177 193 for a FREE 10 minute consultation on how we can best help you or book online.
Matt Zdun enjoys writing about a little of everything, from self care to finance and politics. When not looking for good stories to tell, he plays piano and guitar and sings with a choir in Austin, Texas.