May 1, 2018

51 Hobbies That Cost Less Than $10

Movie Watching

Watching an occasional movie doesn’t qualify you as a movie buff, but if you get serious about it, you can turn movie watching into a hobby. The Reel Rundown website offers plenty of tips to help you get started. There, you can research the directors and actors of the movies you watch, as well as find movies from a certain decade, specific genres and foreign films with subtitles.

Dog Training

You probably want to start with training your dog or a family member’s dog before you offer to train other people’s canines as your hobby. Fortunately, the internet is full of free dog-training advice. If you’re interested in training dogs with the clicker method, you can pick up a clicker for about $5. Add a package of dog training treats for another $3 or $4, and you’re good to go.

Preserving Flowers

When flowers are in bloom, it’s a sight to behold, but their beauty doesn’t last forever in nature. One way to preserve flowers is to press them between the pages of a book that you close and place a weight upon. Once the flowers are pressed, you can arrange them in frames or other craft projects.

Getting started on this hobby costs nothing. If you are lucky enough to have someone who sends you flowers, or if you work in a place that displays flowers, you might want to take up this hobby. Methods of drying flowers include air drying, water drying, using desiccants or drying the flowers in a microwave. Best of all, you can start drying flowers with zero upfront cost.

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