There must be places near you where you can skate outside. I have skated on roads, sidewalks (bumpy with all the seams between blocks, but doable), off-road trails, empty parking lots, skate parks, school playgrounds, tennis courts. Any asphalt or concrete surface works! Ideally you'll want a second set of wheels, particularly if you're using super hard wheels for indoor practice. (There are some mid-hardness wheels that work for indoor/outdoor in a pinch, but softer cushy wheels for outdoor are nicer, in my experience.)After a nice hot cup of coffee and some reading from the Guild Codex series, I got around to more roller skating practice in my kitchen. There are a couple roller rinks somewhat near us that have adult skate nights that I'm warming up to the idea of. I know wifey would love it, maybe even her mom and sisters would want to come too. I wish I had a bigger place to practice by myself. I have definitely improved since July when we started, it's crazy what an actual properly fitting pair of skates will do for your skill progression.