Take a coffee (or tea) break…
February 9, 2016


These days it seems work is consuming more and more time up in our lives. Whether it’s responding to colleague’s emails at home or even having to work late in the office, our careers always seem to consume more hours than we’re being paid for. That’s why it’s so important that when you do get a break, you take full advantage of it. Here are 5 sites we think you should visit on your coffee break to make full advantage of your time off.

  1. Daily Mail Showbiz

If you’re someone who loves to know what the celebrities are doing at all times, then the Daily Mail showbiz section is a good place for you to spend your coffee break. Whether you’re interested in what Cheryl Fernandez-Versini is up to or would rather keep up with the Kardashians, then this site is world famous for having the latest pictures and news from the world of showbiz.

  1. Betway

If you’d rather learn about the world of sport than the world of entertainment during your break, then Betway is a great place to find out about upcoming matches from around the world. Whether you’re into football, cricket or even competitive gaming, the online bet website’s insider blog has all the latest predictions and opinions on the world’s biggest sporting events. Whilst you’re there, you could even put an online bet on whatever sport you’re into. So once you’ve brushed up on the latest sporting news to place an online bet, click here. You never know, your online bet could even end up paying for tomorrow’s coffee.

  1. ASOS

Once you’ve placed your online bet, it’s time to think what you might want to spend the winnings on. Even if it’s just window shopping, a bit of retail therapy can take your mind off the stress of work for a few minutes. So if you don’t have enough time to make it out to the high street, why not bring the high street to your desk and browse the hundreds of new and stylish added to the website every week.

  1. BBC IPlayer

If you regularly have to work late, you might end up missing some of your favourite shows. If you don’t want to know what happens in your favourite episode of the Great British Bake Off or Strictly Come Dancing, it can even force you to avoid conversations with your colleagues to try and stop them from spoiling the result. Luckily you can now catch up on your favourite shows from the comfort of your desk for 30 days from the BBC IPlayer app. Whether you want to watch the latest soap or check out whether your team has won you your online bet, almost all of the BBC’s programmes are now online.

  1. Sky News

If you’re someone who doesn’t have time to read the newspaper in the morning but still wants to keep up with the latest news, then the Sky News website is the place for you. The website has all of the latest news reports in video form that can really help you visualize and explain what’s happening in great detail. You can even stream the channel live from the website when a big news story is breaking for all of the latest news as it happens.

One response to “5 sites to keep you entertained during your coffee break”

  1. Morten says:

    Thanks for the sites, but for my part any coffee break are best with just the coffee.

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