Making And Sharing
Learn a new skill. Borrow, adapt or buy (low-cost) some equipment. Practice, experiment, fail, succeed. Enjoy. Talk to your friends about what you’re doing. Share your enthusiasm.
Then start making for other people. Either to order, or just something you think they’d like. Or something you enjoyed making. Then freely give, expecting nothing in return.
Why do we always have to have a reason to create? A necessity, self-interest, for profit, to try to impress? Why do we always have to have a reason to give and share? A birthday, Christmas, a sense of duty?
Make for the sake of making. Share for the joy of sharing.
Just two good things to do.