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Stay Healthy & Sane During the Coronavirus Lockdown – Reading Guide

Stay Healthy Coronavirus Lockdown

Many of you are, I suppose, stuck at home due to lockdowns designed to minimize the spread of the Coronavirus…

The present lockdowns are not what any of us want, but they are what we need right now, and they will likely stretch on much longer than we want them to. How do we stay healthy and sane under this imposed social isolation? Here are a few ideas, and some reading recommendations for each idea.


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Stay Healthy Coronavirus Lockdown

12) Do Karaoke (at home)

Karaoke is a fun way of making music that doesn’t require much in the way of equipment or skill. Anyone can do it!

Hit Me with Your Best Shot: The Ultimate Guide to Karaoke Domination

Raina Lee

When karaoke calls, get ready to steal the show. Karaoke Queen Raina Lee helps beginners and veterans conquer stage fright, pick songs to showcase vocal talent (or disguise a lack thereof), and master their moves (mic twirls, Mick Jagger kicks, etc.). She turns what can be a terrifying social rite of passage into a party no one wants to miss. With lists of the best songs for all occasions, advice from World Karaoke Champions, awesome hand-drawn typography and illustrations, plus party scene snapshots of people singing their hearts out, this pocket-size resource will turn up the volume on happy hour. Rock on.



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C. Christopher Smith is the founding editor of The Englewood Review of Books. He is also author of a number of books, including most recently How the Body of Christ Talks: Recovering the Practice of Conversation in the Church (Brazos Press, 2019). Connect with him online at: C-Christopher-Smith.com


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