Do you have a creative side that you’ve always wanted to express? The retirement years could offer you the time to get started. It’s never too late to pick up a paint brush. There are so many art workshops available now, although they can be costly. But your hobby could turn into a sideline business venture if you put your creative mind to work. So an initial outlay could payoff in the end. On the other hand you might want to participate in art classes or craft classes just for fun, and why not if you can afford to do so?
Like reading and exercising, art is stimulating and works the mind, releasing that creative part of the brain that is often not touched when life is busy.
Why not spend some of your time in your retirement years honing in on your creative abilities? Think about those creative hobbies that you’ve always longed to do, and get creative!