Summer is almost here and the activities available to us are endless. Many of us are cooped in our homes from the cold weather over the winter. The summer is filled with free things to do, all you have to do is some digging to find out who and where is giving away free goodies.
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1. Free yoga sessions.
If you haven’t signed up for yoga yet at a studio near you, many will offer them for free for a week or for VERY cheap during the first month.
I was lucky enough to get a student discount pass for $30, which included unlimited yoga classes for a month.
All you have to do is some searching around because prices will vary. I was once paying almost twice as much for yoga classes at the very first studio I want to, as opposed to the next studio being half as cheaper. The quality of classes was the same, the only thing different was there being only one yoga room, which didn’t effect me.
2. Free concerts.
In my hometown of St. Louis, Missouri, there are many, many summer concerts that are free. Although I no longer live in St. Louis, I still plan on stopping by during the summer to visit friends and I possibly may visit a free summer concert if one interests me during my stay. No matter where you live, there are probably free concerts available.
I recently moved to Fruita, CO and one of the first days there I stopped by a pub and listened to an awesome band play. This could obviously be done any time of year, but it seems concerts are more abundant during the summer and more likely to find free shows as well.
3. Fishing, hiking, kayaking, swimming, and more.
I lumped all of these together since they are somewhat alike in a sense. These happen to be all of my favorite activities to do during the summer. As I mentioned earlier, I recently moved to Fruita, CO and can’t wait to start fishing in the area. There are tons of hiking areas nearby as well that I plan on checking out.
4. Rock climbing.
Now, this isn’t technically free if you don’t have the equipment, but if you already do then it’s free to climb. My sister and brother-in-law have equipment that they share with me, so I get to go climbing with them. I would definitely recommend climbing to anyone who hasn’t tried it at least once. The feeling of overcoming a wall and completing it feels quite amazing.
5. Getting paid to dog walk.
This is an activity that you can actually get paid for, it’s not just free! Care.com always has listings for animal care jobs, as well as Craigslist. It’s not only a great workout, but you get some bonding time with different animals.
Which free summer activities above would you participate in?
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