Want to escape the barrage of social media? Stuck and home and over Netflix?
Try a nice book.
It may feel intimidating to approach one of theses brick-like objects now we're all accustomed to digital devices and social media. Rest assured that unless you are at Hogwarts, they are unlikely to bite you.
Seek out an appealing-looking book, grasp it firmly, and open to page one. Resist the urge to scroll (turning pages should suffice).
Ted Downes, of Dymocks book store in Nowra, said books were an excellent way to calm the mind.
"Social media is a constant bombardment of short-burst activity," he said.
"Once you immerse yourself in a physical book, your brain goes into the realm of the book and not the everyday life we're all struggling with.
"If you can allow yourself some down time I assure you the journey will be well worth while."
Mr Downes said he had seen a spike in sales recently, particularly this week. Reading books and school and activity books for children have been particularly popular.
If you'd rather make book purchases from withing your splendid self-isolation, there are plenty of options for ordering online.
And if you want to discuss the book after reading, might I recommend an online book-club?
Skype, facebook messenger (there is a group video call option) and google hangouts are all good options to get together while staying apart. You don't have to get out of your pjs, you choose your own snacks, and no one nicks your wine.
Book club recommendations from Mr Downes include: Where the Crawdads Sing, The Good Turn, The Boy From The Woods and The Secrets of Strangers.
If you're looking for something for younger adults and teens in the house, try Crescent City or Chain of Gold.
For younger kids, The Beast of Buckingham Palace may appeal.
Open your new book, switch off and get comfy - we could all be here a while.