During these times where leaving the house isn’t up to us anymore, businesses have tried to be as convenient as possible. Some have made delivery free, others are offering healthcare workers free items, some have even extended free trials to the end of July, and the best ones are the ones that are just FREE with no catch!
America’s Test Kitchen
Are you tired of cooking the same thing? You have probably found yourself cooking more often now and if you’re tired of cooking your regulars, you should visit America’s Test Kitchen. Cook your family a new and delicious recipe every day with their free selection of 50 of their most popular recipes.
They usually charge a monthly membership fee to access their recipes but they are offering this collection for free during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The company announced that they are offering frontline responders in the coronavirus pandemic free tall brewed iced or hot coffee through May 3. They want to make sure that they are supporting those who are caring for others during this time, with coffee at no charge.
The American fast-casual chain is thanking medical personnel and hospital workers by delivering free salads and bowls directly to them. If your health facility is interested, fill out a form and a member of the Sweetgreen Outpost team will be in touch. They just want to connect you with healthy real food at this time, with free delivery or free food and delivery.
Located in Santa Monica, they are offering a free 14-day trial of its on-demand workouts, so you can get your workout in at home. If you need ways for the kids to be active, they offer workout routines for kids too! (Want more FREE exercises to do at home? Visit our article 8 of the Best Exercises to do In-Home.)
If you have always wanted to do yoga, but never had time… Now’s the time! Do yoga in the comfort of your own home and for free! Yogaworks streams free yoga classes daily. Check it out here.
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Brit + Co
Brit + Co, San-Francisco—based media company provides online classes for almost anything and ignites your creative soul! Until April 9th, all their courses are free when you use the code “SELFCARE” at checkout. These classes include how to become a photographer for specific events, how to watercolor, how to decorate a cake, and SO MUCH MORE! We want you to stay occupied and change up your daily routine, and most of all learn something new!
After thousands of schools have converted to online classes, Adobe is supporting educators and students by giving free at-home access to its Creative Cloud. Adobe’s current K-12 institution customers are able to request at-home access, which will be granted until May 31, 2020. They are also offering free 90-day access to its web conferencing tool, Adobe Connect, for both current subscribers and non-customers, until July 1, 2020.
Founded in San Francisco, the company is currently providing free lesson plans for families with kids. There are many hands-on options for K-5 students, including mini-lessons and full-lessons that pose and answer questions like: Can animals laugh? or Who invented pizza? No matter what your children enjoy, this will inspire them to love the science behind it!