If you have stairs, use them for exercise for family members and pets!
Staying inside for the 6 weeks it will take for the "blood" rain to decompose outside is not going to be easy! It will need planning. Going "stir crazy" or getting "cabin fever" can
be avoided by writing out a daily schedule which accommodates different activities for different times of the day.
The Activity Time Slot should vary, and so should the Exercise
For chores, decide if skills determine who does what, or if chores can be rotated among family members.
Passing on Knowledge: Make a time in the day when different survival skills are learned and practised.
Here is a template
of one day's schedule which can be changed for different days of the week:
7:00 Rise, clear away bedding, dress, etc.
7:30 Prayers and prepare breakfast
Breakfast time: one water ration given
8:30 Clean-up after breakfast, brush
teeth & floss
9:00 Sick call (general medical inspection & discussion of
medical topics, if necessary.
9:30 Leader's option to continue sick calls or
start a training session, recreation time, group meeting, etc.