Buck stretcher

Reading is one of the cheapest — and most beneficial — hobbies around. Most towns have a library available to the public — just go there and check out some books that interest you. Then, spend some of your free time in a cozy place in your house, reading away. You’ll learn something new, improve your reading ability, enjoy yourself and not have to spend a dime.

Or try another inexpensive hobby, like doing crossword puzzles or learning how to solve a Rubik’s Cube in under a minute.

Source: The Simple Dollar

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