3 to See (At Home): Well-Being, Workouts, and World-Renowned Artists

Yale’s The Science of Well-Being is Free Online

If taking an Ivy League course has always been a dream of yours, now is your chance to take one online for free! Yale University’s free virtual course, The Science of Well-Being, is taught by one of the university’s top professors, Laurie Santos, and teaches effective ways to increase happiness and productivity, while helping you discover new wellness activities to incorporate into your daily routine. The class begins Monday, March 23 and features weekly videos, readings, and quizzes that you can follow along with at your own pace. Click here for additional course information and material.

Virtual Workouts — Orangetheory at Home

Get your workout on and take free online classes from some of the top fitness professionals from all around the world! Orangetheory is currently offering free online workout instructions via Youtube by posting videos for viewers to follow along with at home. No specific workout equipment is required, however some household objects are incorporated into some of the exercises. A new, 30-minute video is posted every day, showcasing coaches from all around the world. This is a great excuse to try out a new workout routine from the comfort of your home and get those endorphins flowing! Check out the videos here.

Online Concert Streaming With Rolling Stone

With artists facing postponed shows and tours, numerous musicians have turned to social media and other online streaming platforms to continue entertaining the world. With that in mind, Rolling Stone has created a new Instagram live series, In My Room, featuring artists like Creedence Clearwater Revival’s John Fogerty, the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson, and various others performing classics live from their homes. Listeners can tune in and have the most intimate concert experience they’ve probably ever had. Follow Rolling Stone’s Instagram live performances here!

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