13 Hobbies For People Who Are 'Time Rich,' But 'Money Poor'

We should all try doing #9.

Whether you have a little extra time on your hands, or you're trying to give yourself space for self-care, finding a hobby you love can be a great way to get a break from the day-to-day grind. Hobbies even can help make you happier and healthier, as they can clear your minds of fatigue, boost creativity, help you think better, and leave you feeling overall more satisfied. 

But when hobbies require classes, specific equipment or gear, they can end up costing a pretty penny. But there are plenty of hobbies out there that won't break the bank. 

Recently, Reddit user wasa333  asked the online community, "What is a good hobby for someone who is time rich and money poor?" Many have responded with their personal favorites. 

For example, one person suggested taking up free online courses in a subject that interests you, or doing activities that cater to your creative side, such as painting. 

For more suggestions, check out this list: 


1. Take a free online class.

2. Drawing.

3. Reading.

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4. Hiking.

5. Gardening.

6. Writing.

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7. Birdwatching.

8. Doing puzzles.

9. Volunteering.

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10. Woodworking.

11. Pursuing your passion.

12. Learning to play music.

13. Fishing.


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