And it's quite interesting!
Spend time, not money! Here are some activities you can do, even if you don't feel like spending a lot of cash. These are the things that give you the most "bang for your buck."
- Reading (especially through your local library).
- Writing and drawing (all you need is pen and paper).
- Attend free community events: Subscribe to community websites to keep track of all the free events scheduled near you.
- Learn a language, learn to cook, or learn to dance (there are so many free lessons and resources on the Internet).
- Anything online: play online games, watch documentaries, or join an online group.
- DIY beauty: By watching clips on YouTube, you can learn to do everything from cutting your own hair to sewing your own clothes. These are hobbies and money-savers rolled into one.
- Take up an inexpensive sport: running, swimming, hiking, frisbee, basketball... (require almost nothing but the clothes you're wearing and a decent pair of shoes).
- Plan walking tours of nearby areas: Get exercise while you learn about the place where you live. You can even expand your local knowledge by taking out books of local history or local flora and fauna from the library and learning to identify the historical sites and plants, birds, and creatures you find along the way. Bring your digital camera to make it a photo safari.
- Thrift shopping, coupon-cutting, or going to garage sales: Fun ways to spend time and save money!"
READING THIS i have the will to do all of them i just wish i had the time :)