10 ways to start an awesome hobby for under £25

10 ways to start an awesome hobby for under £25
  1. Learn a new language
    Sites like duolingo & Memrise offer free courses
  2. Knitting (not just for old women)
    Making something from scratch is very rewarding, making something you may wear is even more rewarding. [Video]
  3. Learn to pick a lock
    Think of it as a game, not a way of learning to be a criminal. This set will help.
  4. Disc (Frisbee) Golf
    You just need a frisbee, a couple of mates and if possible a course (optional)
  5. Geo-Caching – aka GPS treasure hunts.
    You basically download an app that gives you clues to locations of hidden ‘treasure’ near you, you then hunt for the treasure container and ideally place something of interest inside. Find out more on Geocaching
  1. Learn to play games 
    Play Chess online | Learn to play Chess
  2. Flying aircraft
    For around £25 (or here) you can pick up a small agile quadcopter, these things are great and powerful. The problem with this is you may get fixed on the more expensive ones!
  3. Reading
    Most of us can gain access to a library for free or on the cheap. Failing that check this awesome way of reading magazines for free.
    Also sites like Google Books are also great places to start
  4. Exercise
    Don’t automatically think of things like running but look at alternative exercise like Tricking | Yoga | Lounge Exercises | Dance
  5. Continued Learning (think outside the box)
    How to tie a knot | Start your own website | Price Anchoring | Freelance your other hobbies | Tons of online courses | Maths

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  • If you earn over your personal allowance (currently £12,570 a year) HMRC need to get their % cut (even if the money is in cash or from another country)
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  • You need to always ensure whatever you’re doing is legal and not hurting anyone else – be careful and always think twice
  • Some income streams may require you to have DBS check, licence, insurance or qualifications before you can start to profit from it, do your research.
  • Be careful that any additional income doesn’t compromise your studies or main income/job
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