Long summer days call for laid-back larks. Here are five bright
ideas for things to do without breaking a sweat:
Go for a ramble
Getting lost is half the fun when it comes to a real ramble. And
if you find a pub to stop at on the way, all the better. For a
little guidance we love Go
Become a bookworm
Step away from the screens, find a cosy nook and settle in.
Right now we're reading The Oak
Papers by James Canton, a lovely book about nature and the art
of slowing down.
If you're stuck for a setlist, here's how to find all of our
favourite laid-back loafing tunes in one place. Simply
Watch paint dry
Our Ben Lowe uses memories of childhood to inspire his nostalgic
prints. Why not find an old photo album and have a go? If in
doubt, call it abstract.
Forage for your supper
Try your weekly food shop al fresco with the Idler Academy's
online foraging course for beginners, led by the godfather of
gardens, Roger Phillips.