100 Things To Do In Your Home

How to keep yourself busy and productive whilst enjoying the mass amount of down time we currently have… and there is plenty because here is 100 things to in your home.

How to keep yourself busy and productive whilst enjoying the mass amount of down time we currently have… and there is plenty because here is 100 things to in your home.

#StayHomeStaySafe. A new phrase we are attached to the hip with. When 5 o’clock comes around I feel like the whole of the UK are just waiting for that daily news announcement from Boris Johnson. Feels a bit Hunger Games like with that right? As we support our nation, and try and keep our loved ones safe, the large majority of us are confined to the walls of our home. For introverts like myself, I am enjoying this little ‘break’ from reality. There is no FOMO, no worries about how much money I have spent on McDonalds during the week, and everyone is in the same situation. So whether you are a key worker, who wants to value their time between shifts. Or an A-Level student who is now wondering what they will do for the next 6 months, here are some ideas.

Learning Something New…

1. Download dualingo and learn a new language

2. Sign up to LinkedIn learning and work on new or older skills

3. Get Pinteresting for blog posts about how to improve a skill

4. Start a blog

5. Pick up your phone and try out some photography 

6. Use Youtube to learn how to play an instrument

7. Use Skillshare to find online courses

8. Make a moodboard to plan and visualise new ideas

9. Start a journal – bullet, art or fashion journal etc.

10. Learn a new party trick or dance

TV + Films To Watch…

11. Our Girl on BBC

12. Riverdale on Netflix

13. Harry Potter (binge all of them in a day I dare you)

14. Burlesque – personal favourite of mine so had to put it in

15. Do a disney movie marathon

16. The Stranger on Netflix 

17. Love is Blind on Netflix 

18. The Grand Tour on Amazon Prime – family favourite 

19. Killing Eve on BBC (if you haven’t watched it, its the perfect time to)

20. Googlebox on Channel 4 – we watched this Friday night and it was such a good laugh. 

Blogs You Need To Read…

21. Jodie Melissa 

22. The Anna Edit

23. The Elle Next Door

24. Holly Rebecca White

25. Lucy Cole

26. Sophie Milner

27. The Style Idealist 

28. The Little Plum

29. Petite Ellie

30. Georgia Ellen

Books To Read…

31. Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine By Gail Honeyman

32. All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven 

33. Billy and Me by Giovanna Fletcher 

34. Girl, Missing by Sophie McKenzie 

35. Reader, I Married Me by Sophie Tanner

36. Capture Your Style by Aimee Song

37. The Hunger Games Series by Suzanna Collins

38. Opposite of Always Justin A Reynolds

39. Everything I Know About Love by Dolly Alderton 

40. The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley

Exercise Ideas…

41. Go for a walk 

42. Go for a run

43. Use a bucket of water as weights for muscle work

44. Use Instagram tutorials for home workouts e.g @natacha.oceane

45. Davina McCall free workouts

46. Try out some yoga

47. Grab a towel if you don’t have a yoga mat

48. Download the Strava app to record any outdoor exercise

49. Popsugar Fitness workouts 

50. Stick to a routine each week

Recipes To Try…

51. The best triple chocolate cookie recipe

52. Classic Victoria sponge cake recipe

53. Lamb ragu recipe which is so good with spinach and ricotta tortellini

54. Homemade sausage roll recipe (watch out Greggs)

55. Cloud coffee recipe that will change your life

Podcasts To Listen To…

56. Shag Married Annoyed 

57. The Girls Bathroom 

58. Private Parts

59. Happy Place 

60. At Home With…

How To Avoid Boredom…

61. Complete a puzzle

62. Colouring

63. Dance like there is nobody watching (for Inso look at Rosie Ramsey’s Instagram)

64. Do a zoom meeting with family and friends

65. Thursday nights = virtual pub quiz nights

66. Get out the classic board games – our go to is Scrabble

67. Download Tik Tok

68. Play a game like the Sims 4 or Animal Crossing

69. Relax in the garden

70. Send some hand written notes to family or partners

Use the time to get organised…

71. Declutter your phone camera roll

72. Deleted unnecessary files from your computer

73. Sort out your wardrobe

74. Do a full on spring clean

75. Wash and valet your car

76. Clean out all your handbags

77. Organise makeup or skin care collection

78. Tackle the ‘junk drawer’ because we all have one

79. Keep on top of your planner and diary

80. Plan your week

When you want to do nothing…

81. Scroll Netflix

82. Have a nap in a fort of cushions and blankets

83. Do a bit of window shopping

84. Appreciate the time you are doing nothing

85. Have a scroll through social media and find new accounts you love

86. Eat some chocolate completely guilt free 

87. Plan some after isolation goals

88. Have a bubble bath

89. Put on a face mask

90. Listen to an audio book

For bloggers…

91. Experiment with taking home shots

92. Declutter your social media

93. Bulk write blog posts

94. Try filming an IGTV if you never have before

95. Try restyling old clothes

96. Work on your Pinterest

97. Plan out future content

98. Try making some presets.

99. Share accounts that you love daily

General Life…


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6 responses to “100 Things To Do In Your Home”

  1. So many amazing ideas! Thanks for sharing ☺️

  2. Lucy says:

    These are such great suggestions Emily! I will check out a couple of those blogger’s as some I don’t follow! I’ve started learning Spanish on Duolingo and I love it! x

    Lucy | http://www.lucymary.co.uk

  3. Vera Kladi says:

    So many great ideas! That’s for sharing!

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