What do you do when you are free??

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  1. shwetha123 profile image70
    shwetha123posted 6 years ago

    What do you do when you are free??

  2. Crewman6 profile image71
    Crewman6posted 6 years ago

    Fun question!  Let's see, read books, play on the computer, watch tv when I must... (it's a family thing)...  That's when it's just me.  When Monique and I have free time at the SAME time, we try to turn it into a date night, which could involve a special meal, discussing books we've enjoyed, or even playing Runescape together.  Just whatever's on the plate.

  3. lburmaster profile image81
    lburmasterposted 6 years ago

    Depends on what you mean by free. Free of work, free of stress? We are never completely free. We only have the illusion of freedom, even in our personalities. But what I do in the time when I have nothing to do? I write, mostly. I love coming up with stories and tales. Also I try to clean up my home. On a normal week I have two exams to study for and no time to make the home look nice.
    In one evening alone with nothing to do, I can sweep the floors, sweep the stairs to my door, organize my clothes, get rid of some of my clothes, cook some dinner, wash the dishes, do the laundry, answer eight questions on hubpages, do an online test for my online class, watch two episodes of the Biggest Loser and Good Will Hunting on netflix, plan healthy meals for the next week (including snacks, dinners, breakfasts and lunches) according to the Biggest Loser diet, organize and clean out my make-up, create a make-up plan for every morning, talk to my boyfriend for 20 minutes, talk to his mom on the phone for an hour, and eat dinner with my family at their home.
    How do I know I can do all of this in one night? That is what I did last night.

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    ChuckGposted 6 years ago

    Free needs to be defined. When I have time alone, am I free or is that time spent doing menial stuff, is that free? I think if you mean, "What do you do for fun in your free time?" then I would answer, "Play." Can't think of a better way to be "free."

  5. MPG Narratives profile image61
    MPG Narrativesposted 6 years ago

    With a very busy life I'm not 'free' very often. When I am I try and get outside as much as possible - walking, gardening, see friends. When the weather isn't great then I read.

  6. edhan profile image60
    edhanposted 6 years ago

    Spend time with my wife and children to enjoy activities we can do together.

    It is always a fun and joys to enjoy ourselves with activities.

    That is always what I am looking forward to everyday!

  7. litsabd profile image73
    litsabdposted 6 years ago

    Whatever I feel I need to do either that is a good sleep, a fine dish,a walk in the sun, visit a friend I have missed, spend some quality time with my kids....whatever my heart feels like doing...it is like respiration...you inhale but you have to exhail too in order to maintain life ...likewise the soul.

  8. formosangirl profile image80
    formosangirlposted 6 years ago

    If the kids are around, spend it with them. If they are at school, then initially pay bills and then spend it on (1) gardening, (2) jewelrymaking/arts and crafts and (3) writing articles, the latter of which I find to be a fun challenge. I look forward to the lunch that I have with only my husband once every 2 weeks. The entire family eats dinner together all the time, travel, go to parks, visit relatives, and watch movies.


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