You don’t need to hit the town and burn a hole in your pocket to have lasting memories with your friends. Agreed, as friends, we love to go to clubs, bars and restaurants as our method of hanging out but there are other creative ways to have fun, bond and save some moolah.
A very easy and popular method of having fun. Host a dinner party and just ask all your friends to bring a dish to share. The ones not comfortable with cooking should get together with other pals and try cooking up a dish. Who knows the recipe goes viral!?
Host a spa day
Motion picture marathon
Sign into Netflix and watch each scene of “Orange A major trend Dark.” Or do a ’80s motion picture marathon, viewing “Lovely in Pink,” “The Breakfast Club” and the greater part of our old top picks. You don’t have a Netflix subscription? Get the free trial only for the marathon!
Go to the recreation center
Host an association gathering
Set up a day of every weekend where you go to each of your companions’ homes and help them wipe out a storeroom, a room, or a garage. Serve beverages and nourishment and exchange stuff among yourselves.
Hold a yard deal
Play board games
Drag out the Scrabble or the Monopoly or maybe even Chess for that matter. My personal favorite is ‘Cluedo’ – it is fun and keeps everyone alert. You can hang out and play a wide range of diversions with huge gatherings or little ones. Hold a competition and go up against each other.
Computer game competition
Not into table games? Alright!
What about a computer game competition? Whether it’s the most recent moving amusement or “Honorable obligation,” play against each other and recompense prizes (or nourishment) to the champs.
Play a sport
Go to the school play
We all have been an active part of the school play in our times one way or the other. By that we mean, a spectator, an actor or a coordinator. Go relive those experiences at your school and remember to get prior permission from the school authorities.
Go dumpster diving!
Have everybody bring over a container of old motion pictures and compact discs they don’t need any longer — or don’t observe any longer. At that point SWAP!
Make a ‘101 Goals in 1001 Days’ list – then start on some of them!
Spend some time thinking about what belongs on this list: your biggest short- and near-term goals, both personally and professionally. You could also cheat and borrow goals from your friends’ list. When it’s finished, you’ll all be ready to get started turning your goals into reality.
Discover when the free days are at your nearby exhibition hall or zoo.
Tag your camera along and take pictures of anything and everything that you find interesting. Go home later and see if you’ve taken anything beautiful and compelling. Great images can lay the groundwork for homemade greeting cards, nice desktop wallpaper, screen-savers, personalized gifts, or other interesting uses.
We are sure your piggy bank will finally come to use after all that savings. Have a great day!