Taking up a hobby or activity can be incredibly relaxing and good for your wellbeing. So, during this time why not find out if you have a hidden talent or passion?
Below is list of useful resources for either helping you get back into a hobby you love, or helping you explore creative outlets you've never tried:
Get adventurous in the kitchen with new recipes, or if cooking is completely new for you, check out our information on what equipment and set-ups can make cooking easier for people with sight loss and our tips on fuss-free cooking when you’re blind or partially sighted.
You may not realise it, but there are many talented artists out there who are blind or partially sighted - why not see if you have a hidden flare for arts and crafts? If you want to explore what’s out there, have a look at our arts and crafts information page.
Nothing makes time fly like getting stuck into a good book. Our RNIB Library can give you access to thousands of free audiobooks just with the click of a button, so make sure you sign-up to our digital service.
There is a very strong connection between mental health and physical health. Our friends over at British Blind Sport are running audio-led fitness sessions. They are completely free and for all abilities.