Life in Lockdown

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If there's anything 2020 taught us, it's how to have fun at home. 2021 is starting to feel a lot like Groundhog Day 

Over the past year we've proven that we're a pretty imaginative bunch when it comes to innovating from home. We've become home experts on sourdough and decluttering our wardrobe, well the wardrobe was essential after all the weight we gained from the bread!

With the latest news from the NSW state government, that the lockdown is likely to extend beyond the 14 days, it's time to revisit some fun options to do at home, hopefully some of these are new ideas and will get you out of another jigsaw puzzle or monopoly.

Write a letter and spread some love to a friend or family member.

Remember how enjoyable it was to receive a letter in the post? Do that with your friends and family - make their day. If you cant get out and buy some nice paper, break out this arty skills and draw a picture.  

Easy Homemade Bath Bombs (recipe)

Homemade bath bombs are an easy treat that you can enjoy yourself or make as a gift. They are made from common, budget-friendly ingredients most of which you probably already have at home.  If you don't have the Epsom salts required, you can order it here!

Lego 

David Beckham kept busy during the first coronavirus lockdown by building Lego sculptures with his kids, and who can blame him? Lego is perfect for keeping your mind busy and you get the ta-da at the end of it

Learn how to knit

Pick up your needles and take the time to hone a new skill like knitting. Not just for grandmas, knitting is considered incredibly therapeutic and practical

Make your own pasta, be your own Masterchef!

We may not be able to go to Italy at the moment, but why not bring the streets of Florence to your kitchen and make your very own pasta from scratch?