17 Ways to stay entertained during lockdown 2.0

As we head into the first official week of the second national lockdown many will find themselves with little to do.

While we’re not in a full lockdown, as most people are still able to go to work and students are still able to attend school, there are some who once again find themselves back at home and on furlough.

While the idea of sitting around in your pyjamas sounds inviting, you may find yourself getting a little bored and therefore, we’ve come up with 17 ways to keep you entertained this lockdown.

1. Have a movie marathon

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2. Do your Christmas shopping (online)

3. Spend time with your family (household)

4. Go for a walk

Pull out your waterproofs and stomp through the leaves, find some walking inspiration for the North East here.

5. Video chat with friends

6. Wrap Christmas presents

7. Do a home workout

Find out “Why autumn is the perfect season for running”.

8. “Spring” clean

9. Curl up with a good book

Check out our “Book Club” section for inspirational reads, monthly reviews and new releases.

10. Bake up some tasty goodies

Check out our “Food & Cocktails” section for some baking inspiration and this weeks “GBBO: Five recipes to bake your way into dessert week”.

11. Clean out your wardrobe

Find “Seven ways to breathe new life into your wardrobe without shopping” here.

12. Host a virtual dinner party

13. Binge watch a new series

14. Take up a DIY project

15. Host a virtual game night

16. Get crazy and creative

17. Revamp your home

Candice Farrow

Fashion and lifestyle blogger from North East, England.

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