Having a hobby is an important part of life. It helps you wind down from your 9-5 job, it’s you time, it keeps you sane, but often times we don’t participate often enough due to the cost. A simple yoga or meditation class can set you back $20 per class! But finding a hobby that doesn’t cost much IS possible. Check out our suggestions below and find something that tickles your fancy. Hint: Yoga isn’t one of them.
- Reading – this doesn’t have to be boring. Try making it more social through a book club or an online forum
- Painting – There are no rules, let your mind wonder.
- Learn a language – where are you travelling to next? Try to learn the basics of that language.
- Start a blog – whatever your interest may be, writing about something you like can relax your mind and make you feel good about yourself.
- Board games & puzzles – get your mind working in a fun way.
- Origami – whoever thought that folding pieces of paper into cool shapes was a good time, they were right.
- Baking – who knows you might even be able to sell your goods at a market.
- Op shopping - treat yo’self without blowing the budget.
Whether you enjoy social hobbies, or hobbies alone, stop making excuses and start doing you. We promise you’ll feel better for it.
Team TBM XX