2. Learn how to cook
It looks as though everyone on Instagram is live-streaming their attempts to conjure up everything from sugar-free banana bread to sourdough.
So if you're feeling inspired to use your time to learn a recipe other than avocado on toast, then take a look at where you can bag some covetable skills from Instagram Live sessions with world-renowned chefs to online tutorials.
Michelin-starred chef Massimo Bottura has launched #KitchenQuarantine to help inspire people to get creative come dinner time.
Those who are confused by how to use up the last of the vegetables in their fridge (guilty!), you can tune in to Bottura's daily Instagram Lives for easy-to-follow recipes.
For those struggling to keep their plant-based diet exciting under quarantine, Veecoco has a number of online courses available from learning how to whip up vegan desserts to taking on the challenge of authentic Thai cuisine.
Julia Busuttil Nishimura
Melbourne-based cookbook author and writer, Julia Busuttil Nishimura, has been sharing a number of recipes sure to bring joy back into family meal times.
Whether it's the blackberry and apple cake that sparked a rumble in our bellies or you fancy trying your hand at making gnocchi, her Instagram page is well worth a follow.
3. Get active
Your local yoga studio might have closed its doors but that doesn't mean you can't keep practicing.
Whether you need a lunchtime breather or fancy dancing away those quarantine blues, check out the following classes you can take from the comfort of your own bedroom/living room/kitchen.
Yoga With Adriene
Adriene Mishler is the first person to spring to mind when on the hunt for free easy-to-follow yoga sessions.
Whether you've been practicing for a number of years and want to learn some new moves or have been too nervous to sign up to the nearest studio, now is the perfect time to unwind.
An online space for everyone, there are classes designed for all emotional states experienced during quarantine from anxiety and back pain (hands up, who else has been working from bed?) to fatigue.
Renowned for the choreography behind Sia's greatest hits and that dance routine on The OA, Ryan Heffington is offering free dance lessons on Instagram since shutting Los Angeles studio The Sweat Spot.
Australians can dance along at 4pm on Wednesdays.
As Heffington says, let's dance through this together! See you there?
4. Get creative
With our weekends frighteningly free, there's no greater opportunity to try your hand at a new skill whether that means digging out the watercolours or learning more about film (you know, so you can have in-depth conversations about Netflix on your next Houseparty date).
Isolation Art School
Founded by Turner Prize winner Keith Tyson, Instagram account Isolation Art School is designed to inspire people to get creative at home.
Brimming with easy-to-follow tutorials and home school projects sure to keep children entertained (read: quiet for a few hours), it's a must-follow.
Attention film buffs, there's finally a space designed to teach you everything you've ever wanted to know about the art of cinema production.
If you're looking to learn from one of the biggest names in the business, budding directors from around the world can spend time with Martin Scorsese as he teaches everything from working with actors to the importance of sound design.
For those of you dedicated to making the most of time at home, coding is sure to look pretty impressive on your post-isolation resume.
Over at Code Academy, you can get to grips with the basics before learning how to build websites and create video games. A must for those hoping to forge a new career path in the future.