With lockdowns and 6pm pub curfews looming across the country, and the weather being just a bit too chilly to spend this one in the great outdoors – many people may face the daunting prospect of a very boring few weeks ahead.

If you’re looking to tackle your lockdown tension over the coming weeks, why not try some of these activities to pass the time?


Online Gaming
There are lots of online games available online that can be a great pastime, and if you visit this casino site, you can also reap some rewards at the same time with money prizes. Whatever type of game you are into, you are sure to find something suitable online to play.


Some Home Decoration

If you’re spending more time indoors, then you might as well spruce the place up while you’re at it. There are lots of easy and interesting ways to transform your home, including upcycling projects, redecorating a worn out room, or just moving your furniture around to reconfigure a room.


Learn Something New

Whether it’s cooking, knitting, Spanish, origami, irish dancing – there are endless lists of interesting or practical skills and talents you can achieve if you have the time and are willing to give it a go. Learning skills is not only a great way to promote wellbeing, but can also be a great addition to any CV any could aid future job prospects.


Organise Something

It’s always a great feeling to declutter something that’s been getting out of hand for a while, so try and tackle some in the long and quiet evenings ahead. For some, this could be that spare bedroom which has actually become a large closet, or others it could be 2,000 camera images of the same pet which could do with some trimming down.


Preparing for Christmas

The countdown has officially begun for Christmas, so making sure you have all of the final touches could be an ideal lockdown project to keep spirits high and give the whole family something to look forward to, no matter how uncertain things may be this year.


We hope that these tips help you to stay positive and occupied over the next lockdown, and have a lovely end of 2020!