if you can't in Fast in Ramadan because of any Reason then you can follow these tips in ramadan
It’s important to note that if you are not able to fast (for sickness, etc.) you should make them up when you are not ill: “and whoever is ill or on a journey, the same number [of days which one did not observe Sawm (fasts) must be made up] from other days” [al-Baqarah 2:185]
Also, if you can really never fast (a permanent illness, etc.) then you should feed a poor person for every day of Ramadan: “And as for those who can fast with difficulty, (e.g. an elder), they have (a choice either to fast or) to feed a poor person (for every day)” [al-Baqarah 2:184]
I’m sure you’re not fasting for a valid reason, but I just wanted to make those clarifications in case you didn’t know :)
—- There is so much we can do during Ramadan other than fasting, fasting is like 1% of Ramadan in reality:
1. Read Quran/ finish it once or multiple times 2. Pray sunnah prayers 3. Pray taraweeh 4. Donate to charity 5. Clean your masjid 6. Attend Islamic lectures/watch it 7. Feed fasting people!!! Very important. Invite over people and feed them 8. Cook for your masjid (same as above) 9. Forgive family & friends 10. Study the Quran & Hadith 11. Organize a gathering for youth during Ramadan (girls Iftar night, etc.) 12. Throw an Eid party 13. Attend an Eid party 14. Attend jumuah each week 15. Make dhikr every day 16. Make a dua list and read it every day 17. Grocery shop for a fasting elder (or non fasting) 18. Volunteer at a soup kitchen with a group of muslimahs 19. Spend your nights in dua & remembrance of Allah ﷻ 20. Make one lasting habit that carries on after Ramadan (reading 1 Ayat a day, making dua before you sleep, giving 3$ every Friday to the masjid) 21. Give up bad habits & sinful behaviors
These are just a few examples! Really just get in the spirit. Work on getting rid of your bad habits! You don’t have to be fasting to feel Ramadan. I suggest looking through my Ramadan and iman tag for more examples :)
May Allah ﷻ reward you for your efforts this Ramadan and all year long, ameen.