Social distancing may have put a damper on your plans, but technology has come to the rescue, providing a connection to arts and cultural events around the world. Without leaving your living room, you can immerse yourself in the finer things in life. Grab your computer or phone and indulge in these inspiring experiences. —Jeanine Gordon
magazines. Italian Vogue is opening up its archives, going all the way back to 1964, for all your fashion viewing pleasure. Taking a few minutes to sign up with promo code varchive4you gives you access to hundreds of back issues and hours of entertainment. We love flipping through the famous photography in the '90s-era issues and reliving the whole supermodel moment all over again.
museums. Need an art fix? Some of the world’s most renowned museums are offering virtual access so you can escape reality and take in famous works from your favourite artists (and discover some new ones while you’re at it). Our personal picks are the Musée d’Orsay in Paris and New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
master classes. As if we needed further reason to be in love with Instagram influencer Tezza, she’s now sharing the secrets behind her amazing photographs with her viewers. Check out photo tips on her Insta stories for all the lessons you need to capture the perfect shot.
mindfulness. More than ever, it’s important to stay grounded and find inner peace, and meditation guru Deepak Chopra is standing by to show you how to do just that. Taking to Instagram to reach followers around the world, his video posts address current issues like managing anxiety and finding hope. Follow along with a guided meditation or take in some of his profound mindfulness lessons to find your inner calm.