It can be tricky distinguishing between “work” and “personal” time when your home suddenly becomes your office.
Home is traditionally where the heart is, but it is easy to fall out of love when faced with the same four walls 24 hours a day.
There are certain novels that just feel incredibly familiar. Giants of literature, they’ve spawned so many adaptations and permeated Western culture so deeply, we can’t help but be aware of them.
When all you can see is the four walls of your home, you might as well start improving them. Whether you’re a hardened DIY-er or opening a toolbox for the first time, there are plenty of tasks that can bring some satisfaction to your isolation.
Video calls are helping millions of families stay connected during the coronavirus pandemic – but with daily life deep in Groundhog Day mode for many of us, it’s easy to run out of things to talk about.
Right now, we’re struggling to overcome a pandemic, but our hygiene standards are at an all-time high. A diligence for hand washing has spilled over into the household, and for once we’ve got the time to deal with domestic tasks frequently neglected.
You’re likely to have some extra time on your hands right now, so if you need an escape from self-isolation, here are some uplifting, heart-warming books aimed to help raise your spirits, give you hope and help you through difficult times.
With much of the world in lockdown, mornings have changed for most people, and it can be hard to shift to a new routine.
If you’re working from home or self-isolating and want to get into your garden, your lunch hour should provide ample time to make a start on those spring tasks.
With coronavirus shutdown, billions of us are looking for ways to stay entertained at home.
So schools have been closed for three days now… Do you have a sharpened sense of respect for the teaching profession? Those long summer holidays teachers enjoy looking less of a perk and more of a necessity?
Working from home has begun to be the norm for many of us, and now there’s a new element for parents around the UK and the world – homeschooling.
A chemical element fundamental to all living things on Earth may have come from comet strikes, astronomers say.
Football star turned fashion icon David Beckham has claimed ownership for some of his past sartorial mistakes.
Kirstie Allsopp is a mother and stepmother to four children, and is no stranger to controversy around her thoughts on parenting.
As the summer music season kicks off, a new YouGov poll has found that more than one in five British festival goers – and one in three women – have experienced sexual assault or harassment while attending a festival.
A freak shower in the world’s driest desert has surprised scientists by waking up sleeping microbes – and at the same time increased the chances of finding life on Mars.
A new approach to spotting alien biology at work could increase the chances of finding life on other planets.
One of the worst things about adulting is dealing with all your laundry. Let’s face it, folding clothes is a pain in the rear end, especially when there are a million other things you would prefer to be doing.
Space dust may have transported alien bugs to Earth – or terrestrial microbes to other planets, research suggests.
If cinema's most exquisite killing machine - the acid-blooded alien from Ridley Scott's seminal 1979 sci-fi horror - had been unleashed on stricken Sandra Bullock in her disintegrating Gravity space station, the resulting carnage would bear more than a passing resemblance to Life.
Although Mars is now pretty dry, scientists have just found evidence that it might have been wetter in the past than anyone had thought.