We weren't the only ones looking for ways to keep ourselves entertained while staying home during the pandemic. We rank how some of our favorite social media follows kept busy too.
Stefani Schaefer, Fox 8 News Anchor, @stefanischaefer Schaefer’s time-lapse Instagram post about doing her own highlights while salons were still closed had us feeling the we-can-relate vibes.
Lisa Zone, Dix & Eaton managing director, @lzone Over on Facebook (and shared on IG too), Zone had us rolling with her “Tales From the House” updates. “Day 35: Quarantine achievement unlocked: Matthew watched Golden Girls with me,” she wrote April 19.
Joe Thomas, former Cleveland Browns offensive tackle, @joethomas73 He tossed defensive players around during his playing career, but from the looks of his Twitter posts, he and his wife had their hands full with four kids under the age of 7.
Natasha Pogrebinsky, Hi & Dry and South Side executive chef, @chef_natasha Aside from sharing yummy Instagram food photos, she offered pro tips and kitchen hacks such as how to make quick pickles.
DJ Steph Floss, Cleveland Cavaliers in-arena DJ, @djstephfloss Steph’s Instagram Live “Mixtape Mondays” kept us hip with new tracks from Drake, Kelly Rowland, Kid Cudi and Travis Scott.
Stipe Miocic, UFC champion, @stipemiocic During downtime from working as a first responder, the champ streams himself playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on Twitch and announces his streams on Twitter.