December 20, 2014

Financially Savvy Kittens on Free Fun Games

This kitten knows how to have fun for free.

Kittenomics #9

Often it seems as though all fun activities require a car and money. However, as this kitten knows, free fun is something all of us can attain. Here’s some ideas:

Answer life planning questions. Take personality tests. Try out parkour. Play an online game. Rearrange a room. Write a poem. Sketch. Sell your photography as stock photos. Discover new music. Attend theater rehearsals. Listen to the US Navy Band’s performances. Start a small group. Maintain a journal. Volunteer for a local charity. Teach yourself how to cook. Learn basic nutrition. Start a home work out. Take up jogging. Put affirmations in infrequently visited locations. Build a detailed family tree. Write thank you notes to your loved ones. Watch local teams play sports at the park. Join a team. Trade unloved clothes with someone. Enter writing competitions. Learn to meditate. Join a community. Open a side business. Learn a craft. Read. Attend free public lectures. Take free online classes. Listen to podcasts. Make money blogging. Get your finances in order. Learn an instrument. Visit the library.

This kitten loves chasing laser pointers and sleeping in the sunshine. She has fun for free.

Way to go, kitten!


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Photo of Kimono Kitty taken by D Sharon Pruitt and used here under Flickr Creative Commons.

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About Megan Russell

Megan Russell+ is the Systems Analyst for Marotta Wealth Management. A Cognitive Science graduate from the University of Virginia, Megan loves neuroscience, formal logic, creative writing, kittens, and her childhood. Her favorite blog series: Wealth Inequality in America.

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