If you received enough money to never need to work, what would you spend your time doing?
I would buy a house in Orlando, take the kids to Disney world must have indoor pool.
I would also buy a house in the mountains in the middle of nowhere and must have brook and nature trail and a fire pit.
I would buy one more house on the ocean with private beach.and rowboat and dock.
and rent them out cheap when not in use.
I would also want a Drive able camper so we could travel around the state's seeing interesting places in the comfort of a home,
on second thought I probably would just buy a Farm.maybe with indoor pool, fire pit,and close drive to the ocean.And a Honda pilot to travel round.
Watch TV and movies, play video games, read books, do some DDR, play some D&D, and maybe even finally find some time to get some drawing done for once.
But no. Life sucks, and I'm not allowed to have nice things.
I imagine much of what I do today in larger proportions.
Beyond some more family time and the infinite depths of Netflix and the internet, i would probably do an assortment of activities. I would pick up and discard random hobbies like brewing beer, gardening, wood working, and writing. I would become more active with charity work, probably a mix of technical and hands on so I stay sharp and have some consistency and engagement. I would also take a random assortment of Coursera classes online.
The delta would be spent eating/drinking, sleeping, and traveling.
Traveling solo to as places as i could cover and then write about it.
Traveling a lot, learning various trades and languages, spending time with and running errands for my friends and family, reading, writing and, some days, just wandering alone, watching the nature.
Travel all over the world so I can learn firsthand what has previously only been available to me in books. Once the kids are old enough to be on our own, my husband and I would probably join with Doctors Without Borders or some other humanitarian relief work. We've talked about doing it in the past, and he has received invitations with his qualifications, but the logistics just plain don't work for now. An "independently wealthy" sum of money, though, could certainly make that change happen a lot faster.
Writing science fiction and horror, which I do as a hobby now.
Speaking of which, I do have a couple dozen short stories on Hubpages, too.
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