Kathi, interesting writing about using more free time. I'll pass on to you younger folks that even after eleven years of retirement we still have to think about handling our free time. My wife and I both have passions about things we enjoy doing, to the point the we need a 'quitting time' for our days.
Especially for the past year, here in the upper midwest we have had a long cold winter followed by a long hot humid summer with lots of rain and high humidity, so while we love being outdoors it has been easy to 'hibernate'.
As I've mentioned before, our free time is what we call 'merlot time'. For a number of years my wife ran her graphic design company from our home office, so when I arrived home we would relax together sharing our day's events and a glass of wine, preferably outdoors and with a nice woodfire on our patio.
Especially now I would encourage you all to make good use of your free time to enjoy each other, and to talk to and hear each other instead of further isolating. And if you have children still at home, encourage them to join you and listen to what they have to say.
One of the best days of my IT career was they day I told my boss if the problem was so simple he should go fix it himself.