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Currently Learning

Learn something new and share something new. It can be easy to get stuck in a routine. Sometimes we lose track of what is important and what fuels us to be better. I love learning but have to admit there are plenty of times where I just crash on my couch after a long day of work and watch hours upon hours of Netflix. I’m sure Frank Underwood is teaching me things (or what things not to do) but truth is, I could / should be using that time to learn, develop or explore something new. These days I’m working on developing a creative habit. Many of us live in chaos – things are always changing and unraveling.

I can only imaging that creativity help shape the mush around us into something – of creating our own order. With that said, these days I’m focusing on:

  • Doing something creative every day. It can be anything for as short or long a time as you’d like. A sketch, a creative blog, a podcast, a film, your food, etc.
  • Not going too crazy with art supplies. I’m just walking around with my laptop, pocket size journal, and a mechanical pencil.
  • Being consistent. Hello commitment. It can be so easy to not stick to something. I’ve got reminders set up on my phone in order to keep myself accountable.
  • Skipping perfection. I like to be right and do things right so this is an exceptionally important thing for me to keep top of mind. It’s ok that I’m not ‘good’ at it – the point is there is beauty in imperfection.
  • Just saying yes to this. I’m hoping in a few days I’ll find that this was totally worth it.

Free Things To Do



Saving money can be challenging … especially if you’re really good at swiping the plastic. Here are a few things to try instead of spending your hard-earned green.

  1. Visit a local beach.
  2. Sign up for a free class.
  3. Cook a new recipe with leftover ingredients you have.
  4. Reread a book you own.
  5. Rearrange your furniture.
  6. Organize your closet.
  7. Make a playlist on Spotify.
  8. Have a movie marathon with close friends.
  9. Play some board games.
  10. Swap clothing with friends.
  11. Go swimming.
  12. Visit a local park or playground.
  13. Sunbathe.
  14. Try a new hairstyle at home.
  15. Watch reruns of your favorite TV show.
  16. Practice new makeup looks.
  17. Plant some flowers in your garden.
  18. Go sightseeing.
  19. Paint your nails.
  20. Host a dinner party.
  21. Use YouTube videos for karaoke.
  22. Take your pet out for a walk.
  23. Go on a bike ride.
  24. Paint or sketch something.
  25. Photograph local sights.
  26. Visit a museum on a free day.
  27. Write in your journal.
  28. Watch the sunset.
  29. Go hiking.
  30. Make a scrapbook.
  31. Take a nap.
  32. Practice yoga.
  33. Go on a walking tour.
  34. Write a song.
  35. Practice playing an instrument.
  36. Wash your car at home.
  37. Volunteer for a local organization.
  38. Visit with family or friends.
  39. Catch up on laundry.
  40. Organize the pantry.
  41. Mow the lawn.
  42. Paint a pot.
  43. Do some arts and crafts.
  44. Start a DIY project.
  45. Exercise.
  46. Put on a garage sale.
  47. Bake some cookies or other sweet treats from scratch.
  48. Put together a list of your favorite recipes.
  49. Write a bucket list.
  50. Shoot some hoops.
  51. Get rid of clutter.
  52. Go for a run around the neighborhood.
  53. Do spa treatments at home.
  54. Build a bookshelf.
  55. Dance.
  56. Take a bath.
  57. Repair holes in clothing.
  58. Make a quilt from old t-shirts.
  59. Clean up your email.
  60. Organize old photos into an album.
  61. Write a letter.
  62. Window shop.
  63. Have a picnic.
  64. Listen to a podcast.
  65. Knit.
  66. Build a fort.
  67. Finish a puzzle.
  68. Play card games.
  69. Start planning your next getaway.
  70. Organize the pots and pans in your kitchen.
  71. Listen to new music online.
  72. Play video games.
  73. Gaze at the stars.
  74. Watch the sunrise.
  75. Write a poem or short story.
  76. Work on your to-do list.
  77. Update your résumé.
  78. Get creative and make a costume with old clothing items.
  79. Try a new hobby.
  80. Download free apps.
  81. Make your own jewelry with old beads, buttons, or chains.
  82. Tie-dye a t-shirt.
  83. Practice origami.
  84. Make a card.
  85. Have a bonfire.
  86. Throw a potluck.
  87. Put your favorite photos in a frame.
  88. Work on handmade gifts.
  89. Replace old lightbulbs.
  90. Watch home movies.
  91. Organize your makeup.
  92. Arrange flowers in a vase. Or better yet, upcycle an old bottle into a cute vase!
  93. Organize your bulletin board.
  94. Update your social media profiles.
  95. Make a new board on Pinterest.
  96. Have a sleepover.
  97. Browse the farmers market.
  98. Explore the downtown area of your city.
  99. Pick fruit that you grew at home.
  100. Go fishing at a local lake, pond, or pier.
  101. Go to a free event.
  102. Make s’mores.
  103. Dress up.
  104. Play volleyball.
  105. Fly a kite.
  106. Play tennis.
  107. Go for a drive.
  108. Go sledding.
  109. Practice a new language.
  110. Make a collage of old photographs or magazine cutouts.
  111. Repurpose old clothing into a pillow, drapes, or blanket.
  112. Upcycle your old jeans into shorts.
  113. Play frisbee.
  114. Make your own pizza.
  115. Clean out your garage.
  116. Go camping in your backyard.
  117. Daydream.
  118. Video chat with a friend.

Got any budget friendly activities to share? Leave a comment below.