The pandemic and related restrictions have affected many areas of daily life. But there are also positive aspects to the current situation. According to a new study conducted by the National Debt Register, many people have decided to spend their excess time on developing their interests. The first place among the most popular passions was taken by sport and exercise, which 35% of Poles choose. In addition to physical activity, Poles are also more willing than before to cultivate plants and experiment in the kitchen - in the era of a pandemic, 33% of people deal with gardening, and 32% with cooking.
Having more free time at our disposal, we also spend more money on our hobbies. Poles want to be active during a pandemic and are looking for new interests. This is also followed by higher spending on hobbies. Almost every fifth Pole (22%) declared that he spent more money on his passion or additional activity.
Despite the unstable economic situation, as many as 70% of the respondents declared that they do not intend to give up spending on developing their interests. Only 8% of people had to limit them - mainly due to the lack of funds and the desire to save.
Source: PAP Life (via www.agroberichtenbuitenland.nl)