Cut Your Expenses on Hobbies!
Hobbies have always played a wonderful and sometimes strange role in our life. Since childhood till today we spend a lot of time, energy and money to find pleasure from our leisure time. It is something that defines a strong part of our character and attitude towards life and its aspects. The possibilities to fill out the free time is endless, one just has to make a beneficial choice out of it. When we have nothing else to do, our hobby keep us from sinking into boredom, but the trouble starts when these hobbies take the shape of addictive obsessions and drowns us in unnecessary monetary crunches. As the saying goes that â€œtoo much of anything is harmfulâ€?, so is our unnatural drive and craving to chase our pleasurable pastime on the expense of our or our parentsâ€™ hard earned money. It is fine when you find someone with a healthy hobby of reading books, or writing blogs or listening to music or playing video games, until you come to know that these hobbies make a person shell out an unnecessary amount of money to persist them. Funnier would be those people, who do not mind spending a fortune for regular expensive hobbies like scuba diving, recreational flying, mountaineering, yachting, expensive shopping spree, trying out top-class restaurants or clubbing. It looks pretty insensible to spend money just to pursue a flashy yet hollow set of hobbies, that too in the current phase of economic slowdown. Hobbies or any other recreational activities are considerably helpful in building creativity and productivity in a person, but one should not take this for granted to a limit of extravagance which fulfills no real purpose of character building.
Published on Nov 25, 2010
It is fine when you find someone with a healthy hobby of reading books, or writing blogs or listening to music or playing video games, until...