With more time at home practicing social distancing, we're all looking for fun ways to keep ourselves entertained. From virtual museum tours around the world to cute animal videos, there's a ton of opportunities to explore. If you've been searching for free classes online, this San Francisco illustrator teaches you how to create beautiful drawings.\nYou'll be taught by Wendy MacNaughton, the artist for the famous Netflix cooking documentary, Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat. Her new daily drawing class is for both kids and kids at heart, so anyone can join in on the fun.\nDon't worry. You don't have to have previous experience to catch on quickly.\nPlus, it's a great way to have a little fun while you're stuck indoors. You can even create a group Skype session with your friends and make a BFF hang out if you'd like.\nWhy not try your hand at sketching and see what you can do? You just might become the new Picasso of your home.\n* Proudly hangs every picture on the fridge *\nThe class is held virtually on her Instagram, @wendymac.\nIf you're interested in joining, it starts daily on weekdays at 10 a.m. PST. If you can't make that time, it will also be live on her Instagram story for 24 hours.\nView this post on Instagram Sit down with someone you love and draw each other *without looking down* for 3 minutes, and you’ll see them completely anew. Draw with someone you’ve never met before and a whole new world opens up to you both. I’ve been doing this practice with people in classes and workshops for a few years and the transformations in perception and relationships have been phenomenal. I’d like to get more data on this - do a study on what drawing closely from life does to our perception, our neurology, our relationships to each other and the world. I believe deep looking changes our brains. Coupled with deep listening, I KNOW it changes our hearts. I’ve seen it happen. I experience it with my own work. If any universities or scientists out there want to join forces, holler. It’d be one helluva fun study to run. A post shared by wendy macnaughton (@wendymac) on Mar 5, 2020 at 2:59pm PST\nAccording to Fast Company, she initially intended the course to be only five minutes long but ended up doing it for a 20-minute session.\nView this post on Instagram Public Libraries ❤️ A post shared by wendy macnaughton (@wendymac) on Mar 7, 2020 at 5:32pm PST\nTBH, this seems like a great way to decompress and develop a new skill.\nIf you're in the mood for more internet entertainment, you should also check out the Aquarium of the Pacific's live cam.\nView this post on Instagram Today we drew a tree! Check out #drawtogether and tap on “recent” to see what we all drew!! See you tomorrow at Instagram Live for a new #drawtogether class. If you missed today’s class you can view it in my stories above. Just tap on my profile pic and then go down and tap on “live” and you’ll see today’s class. If there’s something you’d like to draw tomorrow, let me know! Some classes are more for littler kids and some classes are for bigger kids but all classes are for all kids of all ages. Let’s all calm our minds and fill our hearts have some fun and draw together! #drawtogether A post shared by wendy macnaughton (@wendymac) on Mar 17, 2020 at 11:07am PDT\nThis Long Beach-based establishment lets you bring adorable marine life right into your living room. Who doesn't want to watch a 24-hour stream of penguins doing adorable things?