Infographic: Unique Streaming Services to Promote Your Mental Wellbeing
More than 90% of us pay for at least one video streaming service, according to Nielsen. We also watch a ton of TV. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has found that we watch almost three hours per day.
Those numbers have likely risen even higher in recent months as many of us continue to stay inside. Watching too much Netflix and Hulu is bad, but it seems to be about the only thing to do to keep busy these days.
Wikibuy created a guide with 12 unique streaming service alternatives that offer videos about art, cooking, meditation, yoga, and physical exercise — all activities that can make you feel better about yourself and boost your mood.
A good example is CakeFlix. Like Netflix but for cake decorating enthusiasts, Cakeflix features thousands of videos on every aspect of the cake-making process. Or, if you’d like to learn about art, the Museum of Modern Art features nine online courses on everything from “Seeing Through Photographs” to “Fashion as Design” and “Postwar Abstract Painting.”
Check out the infographic to learn more about these streaming services as well as Wikibuy’s guide with more than 40 streaming services to boost your mental and physical wellbeing when you’re stuck inside.