It’s been in the news for weeks, if not months. We will not educate you about the current “Coronavirus” in this article. Instead, we want to help you make everyday life easier. So here are our tips how to use your time at home. Think out of the box :-)
In times like these, people want to help their fellow human beings. We saw some incredibly beautiful initiatives over the last few days. We are extremely proud that our own residents are actively helping each other out or supporting their neighborhoods.
Residents from Cobana, our first building in Rotterdam, had the great idea to help the neighbors of Katendrecht. They have expressed their availability for helping such as doing groceries, watching children, dog walking, cooking and anything else that is needed! Great job, guys, and way to show kindness to those around you!
The Corona virus is spreading though the Netherlands. Due to this, the government has taken various precautions. As you’ve probably noticed, staying at home as much as you can is highly recommended. Think you’ll be bored? Don’t know what movie you to watch on Netflix? We got you covered! Here’s a list of our favorites!
Share with us which one you choose or what your favorite is!
Our resident Ruben from Cobana had a great night at Museumnacht Rotterdam! Read his blog below and find out what museums and art he has seen.
VWhat goes around, comes around. It is true for many things, as it is for the Museumnight!
One night a year, a multitude of museums open their doors to everyone with the museumnight ticket.
If you don't frequently visit museums this is a great opportunity to discover all kinds of new places. My friend and I set out with one mission: see as many museums as possible.
Geography was our first constraint. Some museums were outliers, while others were clustered together. Even by bike it would be hard to fit in all museums in just four hours.
We figured the best start would be at Witte de With, where ten museums were clustered within walking distance.
It’s that time of the year again; the holiday season is over, the weather is crap (at best!), our bank accounts are a little emptier than we would like, and the routine of work has begun again. That means it’s time for Blue Monday: the most depressing day of the year. On Monday, January 20th, we’re better off staying in bed and not coming out. Unfortunately, that’s not possible for most of us, so here some tips how you can survive the day!