I like to sit and watch TV in the evening - but my RLS soon stops that. 3 days ago I tried sitting in my chair, bum well back, feet on the floor a few inches apart but knees as far apart as is comfortable. You can then feel a slightly different part of your thigh is making contact with the seat of the chair. You can also rest on the outside edge of your feet if this helps to let the knees drift apart. I have done this for 3 days now and find I can sit for a much longer period of time before the RLS kicks in. Unfortunately it does still kick in - eventually, but a longer period of relatively comfortable sitting is very welcome!