Time at home
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Keeping the family entertained
Our best boredom busters
Many of us are using extra time we have at home to get stuck into a hobby, whether that be an arty activity, something sporty or expanding your culinary repertoire. Need some inspiration? Here are some hobby ideas.
If kids are in the mix you might be home-schooling and looking for activities that are fun and educational (find out about STEM toys here). It's a good opportunity to dig out those family favourite board games too for some healthy competition!
Thankfully spring has brought some well deserved sunshine, so make the most of any outdoor space you have. Whether you're sporting a balcony, big garden or petite porch, take the time to give it some TLC and make room to play some outdoor games.
Top playtime picks
Planning a movie marathon?
Or maybe a box set binge is more your style. Whatever you're planning on watching, it deserves the best set-up possible.
If your TV screen isn't quite doing those epic scenes justice, our TV guides will help you choose the perfect tech for you (and breakdown some of that jargon).
And if you're after that surround sound experience, you can get up to speed with home cinema systems here.
Before you hit play, there's just time to grab a cosy blanket and ALL the snacks to complete your at-home cinema experience.
Drum from home
Always wanted to be a drummer? The superstar from our Christmas ad is back, and she’s going to be teaching you how to drum from home!
Working from home
Need a better set up to get the job done?
If working from the sofa isn’t working out, think about creating a more productive environment. If you’ve got space, or even a spare room, try reconfiguring to add in a desk and comfy office chair - check out these home office ideas for inspiration.
Short on space? Need something more flexible? Opt for space-saving desks and folding chairs. Great for a temporary fix (just add a few cushions on to avoid numb bums). Here are some ideas for fitting in a small work space.
Home office heroes
How to exercise at home
If you’re seeking something more soothing, try yoga – handily you don’t need much equipment to get going and it boasts lots of mood boosting benefits. This beginners guide will get you started.
Time to experiment in the kitchen
Baking is a brilliant pastime for all ages, and if you have more time at home on your hands, it's the perfect time to practice some of your signature bakes. If you're a beginner, check out this page for helpful hints to get you started. Baking with kids? These easy bakes are a good place to start.
Maybe you've got less time to spend in the kitchen, so are looking for delicious comfort food that is quick and easy to make. Slow cookers, soup makers and grills really come into their own when it comes to fast feasting - look here for more cooking tips and recipe inspiration from our foodie friends at Sainsbury's.
Top kitchen kit
Make time for those DIY to-dos
You know those little jobs that you put off doing around the home and garden; now is the time to get tick them off your list! Our DIY advice guide is packed with tools, tips and project ideas to get you started.
Tools for the job
Pamper & grooming ideas
Need a trim?
Little things like a fresh haircut or neat nails can make you feel good, so while salons and barbers are out of action, you might be looking for an at-home solution.
Luckily there are fool proof tools which mean it's easier than you might think to freshen up how you look and feel. If you need a little guidance before you take the plunge, check out our grooming guide.