blanket fort



Is now the best timing for a blanket fort, or is it just me? ⁣
And no, you don't need to have kids as an excuse to build one. I mean, we're in the middle of a global pandemic. Unusual circumstances call for unusual measures. 

When I learned that our camping reservations were canceled due to the pandemic, I felt really sad. I obviously understand and agree with all the safety measures, but it's still a bummer. 

So as a substitute and a little pick-me-up amid this crazy season, we built a blanket fort in our living room. We used only things we already had at home, which happened to be three sofa cushions, two beach chairs, two blankets, one bedsheet, one ski, two 4 lbs dumbbells, two hair claws, one double sleeping pad, one Hugo lamp, and all the pillows we have. ⁣And it turned out amazing!

You really want to make one too. It's fun, it's simple, and it's a great stress-release kind of thing.  You won't be disappointed.

I mean, look at all the blanket fort benefits:

  • Distract yourself from all the news.
  • Create a safe space to retreat to for a bit. 
  • Spend some quality time with the fam, or just on your own. ⁣
  • Get your kids or partner busy with something for a while.
  • Do whatever it is you need right now. ⁣

Doesn't that sound great?

Okay, I won't be keeping you any longer, you've got a blanket fort to make after all. Enjoy! 

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