therapeutic recreation hobbies

What do you do when the house is clean, the kids are away at school, and you don’t want to spend all day watching television? You need a hobby! Therapeutic recreation hobbies can do wonders! Hobbies don’t have to be expensive, messy, or particularly time-consuming. The most important thing is that they need to be fun for you! Here’s some low-cost things you can try.

1. Read books

Fiction or non-fiction, reading books is one of the best things you can do for your brain. People who read books are more interesting, do better at their work, and have much better imaginations. The cost of ebooks has made reading a much more accessible activity than spending a ton of money at the bookstore too. A simple Kindle in your purse can carry a whole library while you go traveling!

2. Phone gaming

While not as edifying as reading books, playing a quick game on your phone is something you can do anytime. Just a few years ago gaming required a dedicated system and was largely targeted to young men. Not anymore! From online bingo games to hidden object games, casual gaming has taken the phone world by storm, and most of the games are targeted to women. It’s a great thing to do when you’re stuck at home or when you’re stuck in a queue somewhere.

3. Exercise

Unless you’re training for a specific sport, prefer a personal trainer, or need the social interaction, paying for a gym membership is a waste of money. With a clean home and a bit of room you can do all sorts of fitness activities from yoga to kettlebells. Learning how to do exercise at home will also teach you how to do it while you’re out traveling.

4. Practice your makeup

Everyone could use more practice putting on makeup, and if you have an empty house and a full cosmetics cabinet, why not give yourself a makeover? Make your own judgments on what looks good on you. If you don’t like it, just clean yourself off! Simple as that. It’ll give you an excuse to try out all those extra goodies you bought at your last spa trip too.

5. Cook

There’s a world of difference between cooking for yourself and cooking for your family. Good cooking takes practice. If you’re stuck at home, why not give a fancy dessert a try? Then you can surprise your family with it later, or just save the tasty treat for yourself. It’ll be our secret!

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