Viva La Blondes top netflix picks to watch during iso feature

The Netflix Shows and Apps you Need in isolation

Coronavirus has hit us hard in Perth and it’s left most of us in isolation. Unless you are leaving your home for essential travel, which includes work, food shopping and exercise, we have been left to entertain ourselves in social isolation for the foreseeable future.

With that being said, viva la blonde Perth has come up with a list of our favourite Netflix shows, and wellness apps. Enjoy!

If you don’t already have Netflix, now might be the time to invest!

Netflix shows to binge in April 2020
  1. Tiger King

If you have access to Instagram you may be wondering why there have been 1 million polls popping up asking if Carole killed her husband. It’s a train wreck of a show that you can’t stop watching.

  1. Dare Me

New to Netflix, this show is a mix of Cheer and Euphoria. It’s dark, but different from the usual teen dramas.

  1. The Witcher

If you liked Game of Thrones, this is probably right up your alley. The lead character also has a pretty nonchalant attitude which adds a bit of comic humour.

  1. Ozark

It’s been on Netflix for a while but the latest season has just been released. It has a similar vibe to Breaking Bad.

  1. You

Once you get past the fact Dan Humphries is now a bad a**, this show will have you hooked. And best of all you’ve got 2 seasons to catch up on.

In need of some relaxation techniques to take your mind off the current COVID 19 situation? Check out the following apps.
  1. Headspace

A meditation app that teaches you the skills of meditation and mindfulness in just a few minutes a day. You’ll be amazed at how relaxed you’ll feel post session.

  1. Calm

Finding it hard to get to sleep? Feeling anxious? Check out this app. It’s had over 50 million downloads, so if that isn’t enough incentive, we don’t know what is.

  1. Duolingo

Ever wanted to learn another language? Now you can right from your phone. It’s addictive and will have you bilingual in no time.

  1. Melissa Wood Health

Feeling sluggish? In need of an at home workout app? Check this one out.

  1. Goodreads

Follow in the footsteps of geniuses Bill Gates and Warren Buffet. They have learnt most their skills from reading and continue to read multiple books a week, despite their schedules. Good reads help you navigate the book world and cultivate a list of must read books. 





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