Reading | I go through a few books a week now, so getting a good reading wishlist together is an essential of mine for entertaining myself. I love nothing more than going to Waterstones and browsing the aisles looking for books that I want to read or making the most of the 3 for £10 offer on Amazon. I have been enjoying reading Summer at the Comfort Food Cafe and have recently finished After Anna; a serious page turner who those who like mystery reads.
Get Crafty | Cross stitch, working with wool and colouring in are great ways to let your imagination run wild and entertain yourself for hours in the process. This Make Arcade Cactus Cross Stitch is the reason why I've become obsessed and now I'm lusting for this Avocado DIY Kit to build upon my collection.
The Little Things | Whether it's buying yourself a fresh bunch of flowers or having a long scroll through Pinterest, taking pleasure in the little things is a great way to entertain yourself. I often go online shopping and fill my basket up with all the new Autumnal knits and clothes I've been lusting after just to remove them all an hour later.
Baking | GBBO starts today which means one thing - I'm going to pretend I'm Mary Berry for the next two months. I've recently bought a few new baking accessories so I can't wait to try out this vegan triple chocolate salted caramel brownies or delve into these chocolate chips muffins. Aside from the cupcakes and cookies, I have been cooking up a range of different foods such as these sweet potato and chickpea burgers and one pot lemon chicken and rice.
At Home Cinema | Making a blanket fort, lighting a few candles and popping on a bunch of your favourite films will not only entertain you for hours, but it'll probably put you in a good mood too. I have been loving re-watching the Harry Potter's, exploring The Hobbit series and various comedies like 22 Jump Street.
Pampering | There's nothing I love more than having a long bath alongside my favourite Lush pamper picks. As I'm getting increasingly excited for Autumn, I have dug out my favourite Laura Mercier Creme Brûlée Honey Bath, a skin softening bubble bath that creates piles of sweet bubbles. To follow I like to treat my hands to the Lush Lemon Flutter and follow it up with several layers of my Essie Nail Vanish of choice. It doesn't matter how my skin is feeling; whether it be dry, sensitive or blemish prone, a face mask always helps me to relax. I have been loving the Avene Tolerance Extreme Mask* to hydrate my dehydrated skin during this transitional period.
Are you a homebody?
Are you a homebody?