Low-Cost Empowering Hobbies for Women ...

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Low-Cost Empowering Hobbies for Women ...
Low-Cost Empowering Hobbies for Women ...

There are so many empowering hobbies for women. Hobbies release stress and contribute to your well-being. Even if you are always busy, you owe it to yourself to make some "me" moments. Do this with a new hobby. Not sure which new hobby would spark your interest? The following YouTube video, by Alexandra Potora, published on July 2, 2016, shares a ton of new hobbies for you to think about. They aren't boring either! Here are the best empowering hobbies for women.

Here is a little review of what Ms. Potora spoke about...

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Learn a New Language

duolingo.com

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Photography

CreativeLive.com
Udemy.com

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Golf Course Range

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Watch Documentaries

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DIY (challenge Yourself)

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Scrapbooking

myscrapnook.com

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Explore Where You Live - a Different Restaurant, a Different Store, Etc

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Start a Club with Your Friends

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Running a club can be an immensely rewarding endeavor, allowing you to connect with like-minded individuals and share your passion. Whether it's a book club, a gardening group, or a craft circle, the sense of community and shared learning is invaluable. It doesn't require much in terms of financial investment but can offer rich social rewards. Gather your friends, set a meeting schedule, and utilize free platforms like social media or community bulletin boards to attract more members. Not only will you be able to delve deeper into a hobby you love, but you will also foster meaningful relationships and empower each other through collective growth and support.

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Gardening

Garden.org

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Garden.org provides vast resources to help you cultivate your green thumb. Whether you want to grow your own vegetables, nurture a flower garden, or simply fill your home with potted plants, gardening can be a fulfilling and budget-friendly endeavor. With a bit of soil, some seeds, and dedication, you can transform even the smallest space into a blooming oasis. Plus, the physical activity can boost your mood and health, while the satisfaction of harvesting your own produce is priceless. Gardening not only beautifies your space but strengthens your connection with nature.

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Cooking

Allrecipes.com

Eatingwell.com

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Painting and Drawing

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Writing

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Handwritten Notes and Letters

AMillionThanks.org

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Volunteering

volunteermatch.org

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Camping

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Walking and Hiking

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Jewelry Making

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Visiting Zoos and Museums

To get to know her topics more, she can be found on Pinterest: pinterest.com

It is OK to have a hobby. You are not being lazy. I know you have to work, but if you don't care for yourself, what good are you going to be? You will be stressed out with a ton of doctor bills, pharmacy bills. If you won't do it for yourself, would you do it for your family and friends? Believe it or not, they need you!

I hope you find a hobby you like! Have fun and do it frequently...you deserve it!

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