I've been occupying my time in other ways like drawing, going on walks in the park, reading and listening in on conversations. I find listening to people's conversations in 'real' time rather than on social media sites more entertaining and educational.
I like to pick a quiet spot in a café or on a bench in town and listen in on conversations. I don't think there's anything wrong with eavesdropping. Do you? Little conversations and interactions can surprise like the two elderly women who were sharing poems while they had tea and dessert. I was just outside earshot when they were reading their poems to each other out loud but I could just about make out a word or two now and then. What I did hear was the rhythm of the poem and the rise and fall of their voices. It was quite a nice experience over the clattering of cups and the chattering of customers in the café.
I've also discovered new places to visit, books to read and interesting facts about bull dogs due to eavesdropping.
Here's some mail art: