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Old 12-30-2019, 09:15 AM
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What kind of hobbies do you all enjoy? I need to find some hobbies because I'm perfectly happy being a homebody and that's sad.


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Old 12-30-2019, 09:24 AM
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I totally understand - I have no hobbies except reading. I think that is ok with me.
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Old 12-30-2019, 09:34 AM
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Mine is art and creating. Since I retired I have learned to do mosaic, fuse glass and paint pottery in a couple of unique ways. I enjoy the creative process at the studio and at home. I use many of my creations as gifts for birthdays and Christmas.

I also enjoy solving puzzles online. Tried jigsaw puzzles at home and did not care for that form of puzzle solving.
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Old 12-30-2019, 09:35 AM
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As long as you are happy, that is all that matters, homebody or not!

I am a homebody and I love it! I am very happy that I can entertain myself and don't necessarily need others to make me happy.

My hobbies:

*Card making
*Learning to play the piano
*Biking
*Walking/hiking
*Puzzles, Soduku, Crosswords
*Plants/Animals (stray cats, squirrels, indoor/outdoor plants)
*Escape Rooms (this gets me out of the house)

I'm sure there are more things I do that keep me busy/happy, but those are off the top of my list.

I would love to play more board games, but it's just my DH and I and he isn't a game player.
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My hobbies are writing, quilting,
Old 12-30-2019, 09:35 AM
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reading, thrift-store-shopping-to-resell-on-eBay, working out, and dancing.

It would be nice if one of my hobbies was cleaning my house. But NOT.


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Old 12-30-2019, 09:37 AM
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It would be nice if one of my hobbies was cleaning my house. But NOT.
OMG, that is SO me! Cleaning my house comes very, very, very last in my world. Sad, but true. I just don't enjoy it and there are too many other things I want to do!

I always tell myself...if I run out of things to do/get tired of my hobbies, there's always cleaning my house to fall back on!
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eliza4one - I always clean when I cannot
Old 12-30-2019, 09:45 AM
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find something, e.g., one of four pairs of reading glasses, keys, things I "put away so I would know where they are," money, etc. I usually find something, if not what I was really looking for.
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Old 12-30-2019, 09:50 AM
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Genealogy is a very fun and addictive hobby! I have a subscription to Ancestry and I've built a pretty extensive family tree. I really enjoy it.
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Old 12-30-2019, 10:12 AM
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I took a cake decorating class. Loved it!
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Old 12-30-2019, 10:17 AM
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I was just about to post something similar! I've been so busy with my kids for the last 19 years u have no hobbies now that one is in college and one in high school. The problem is I still am really busy with my high schoolers sports. ...but other than that they have their own life and I'm here with no hobbies!

Honestly, I would love to try over 40 female soccer league, but I've never played. I've just watched my kids for the last 15 years. It would have to be a totally non competitive dont care if we lose every game team. lol. And I would have to be a goalkeeper because that's what I've watched for the last 15 year and don't know about any other positions. My kids both told me forget it and that I would break something.


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Old 12-30-2019, 10:21 AM
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oil painting since I have a room in my home to do it now that I moved. However, after I clean, I start baking so that my friends and family are not disappointed by not getting treats every week, I just don't sit down and paint.

I also have a contact to take classes with someone I know but somehow I just don't get around to calling.
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Old 12-30-2019, 10:24 AM
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So far, since moving to Maine and deciding to try and find some other hobbies, I've painted one rock...errr...I'm looking forward to tossing it into my sister-in-law's garden just to see her try to find something nice to say about it.

I've also done 1 and 1/2 watercolor paintings. I don't think that's going to work out. They kind of look like mud puddles.

I tried cleaning my bedroom. What? That's not a hobby? Well, I certainly didn't enjoy it this morning, so maybe it's not.

Proteacher is a hobby, isn't it? Rather addictive, too.

I would like to collect cats, but the one housecat we have gives me the stinkeye when I show him pictures of cats that we could adopt. (Those with cats know what I mean. He turns his body and lifts his tail so that I can truly see what he thinks of my idea.)

Seriously, I love genealogy and that's still going strong after at least 30 years of collecting data.
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Old 12-30-2019, 10:26 AM
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I have been acting in and directing community theatre productions for the past 25 years though I have gotten paid for some of the work I have done.. I also have performed on my saxophone and clarinet though again this has been more like a second career than a hobby.

Actual hobbies for me would include swimming, attending baseball games, and playing tennis back in the day.
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Old 12-30-2019, 10:32 AM
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If you want to learn to paint, try oil painting. You can get rid of all your mistakes! Either just use a palette knife to scrap it off, use a little turpentine to erase it, My art teacher finished a painting and hung it in her house, but kept saying something was not right with the composition. A few YEARS later, she took it down and repainted over a third of it, and she was right. It was so much better.
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Old 12-30-2019, 10:45 AM
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We walk, play pickleball with friends, do yoga, go to our local college basketball games, and do a lot of reading. We go boating in the summer and swim and dive off boat. Iíd love to learn to knit and saw a class starting at the local library which I will try. I used to do needlepoint years ago. I tried painting, watercolors, and I am pretty awful! Iíve painted beach rocks with my grandchildren and they came out ok. I am in two book clubs. Reading is my jam. I also love cooking. I try and create at least 5 meat free dishes per week. We do eat fish too. We travel at least 3 times per year also. Sometimes far away, sometimes local.
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Old 12-30-2019, 10:48 AM
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Ha ha...I wish cleaning was a hobby for me as well.
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Old 12-30-2019, 10:49 AM
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Reading
Working out/Running/Taking classes at YMCA
Volunteering at humane society--I play with kitties and walk dogs. LOVE it!
Camping and kayaking during the warmer months
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Old 12-30-2019, 11:23 AM
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My main hobby is weaving. I have a multitude of looms that all require different techniques. Iíve tried knitting and crochet with not so impressive results. They along with spinning are on my list of want to accomplish this year.
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Old 12-30-2019, 11:33 AM
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I have always been a homebody even as a kid. I was active in 4-H, so I learned lots of crafts. Many were things I enjoyed on into adulthood.

Here are a few things I've tried . . .
  • counted cross-stitch
  • sewing
  • Cricut crafts
  • jigsaw puzzles
  • diamond painting
  • embroidery
  • acrylic painting
  • ceramics
  • jewelry making
  • play piano
  • cooking
  • reading
  • iPad games
  • gardening (flowers & vegetables)
  • moderate DIY home improvements

I even enjoy seemingly weird things like designing forms/worksheets and converting files to Google Classroom format.
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Old 12-30-2019, 12:54 PM
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Total homebody here too. I enjoy:

Cross stitching
Sewing
Scrapbooking
Card making
Reading
Board games with DH

My problem these days is finding time with 2 small children.
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Old 12-30-2019, 01:17 PM
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I love seeing everyone's hobby lists. Here is my very short list:


reading,learning journal and card making,cooking and cleaning/organizing. It sounds very boring however as a one year retired teacher I am finally enjoying some things I love to do. The list will grow in time and will include more travel once dh retires.
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Old 12-30-2019, 01:37 PM
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I love to sew and quilt and have since I was about 6-7 years old.
I also enjoy reading, puzzles, crochet, embroidery (machine), and cricut (newly acquired)

I like to work out, ride bikes, hike, and work in the yard/garden

OOh, Ima Teacher I like to create forms and worksheets as well.

Anna, sounds like you could start a business with your cleaning/organizing as that is the one thing most don't want to do


Love reading everyone's posts.
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Old 12-30-2019, 01:53 PM
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My hobbies include:
*sewing
*machine embroidering (I have some pretty sweet software that I am learning to use and hope to upgrade it in a month or so)
*selling items I make at craft shows (new hobby)
*monarch rearing/gardening
*I usually do 1-2 jigsaw puzzles in the winteró not sure if that counts
*reading
*walking and riding bike
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Old 12-30-2019, 02:13 PM
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A hobby is a regular activity done for enjoyment, typically during one's leisure time, not professionally and not for pay.
Iím retired, my life is hobbies.
*reading
*distance walking while listening to a book (twofer)
*PT
*HGTV & Food Network
*online games
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Old 12-30-2019, 02:38 PM
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You all have some fantastic lists! After reading them, I realize that I do have some hobbies.... I will probably try some out as well. Cake decorating sounds fun, but I'm not very artistic. I still may look into it.
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Old 12-30-2019, 02:48 PM
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Reading
Knitting
Embroidery
Flower design
Card making
Jewelry making
Playing piano
Dance
Yoga
Pilates
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Old 12-30-2019, 02:58 PM
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I'm also a homebody, but I am regularly social with other women who are also homebodies. I love to read and drink wine, so a book club worked out well for me. We can host in our homes or go to a restaurant for our meetings, zero pressure.

I also enjoy:

Working on my Happy Planner
Ironing (I know )
Cooking
Playing survivor games on my iPAD
Shopping on Poshmark with a strict budget
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Old 12-30-2019, 04:28 PM
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I have always wanted to learn how to decorate cookies. I never had the time before. Now Iím retired. On my Birthday in 2017, a group of girlfriends went to a local winery where the owners daughter, an art teacher, taught a cookie decorating class. I was totally hooked. I sit around and think up reasons to make and decorate cookies. I love it. Iíve made cookies for both DGDís birthday parties for 2 years now, cookies for their teachers for all holidays, new neighbor/new house cookies, and all family holidays celebrations. Iíve made and sold cookies for kindergarten, high school and college graduations, baby showers/sip and sees, 1st BD parties, bridal showers, volunteer moms at schools, and teacher back to school/new year. I send them to work with my husband, DD, and son-in-law. I bag them and take them to former co-workers and even to my DDs former teachers.
Iíve tried lots of hobbies, crocheting, knitting, mosaic art, reading, smocking, and sewing (when both DDs were little). I have not had a love for anything as much as cookie decorating.
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Old 12-30-2019, 04:44 PM
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There is nothing wrong with being a homebody!
It's hard to transition from taking care of kids full time to actually having time for yourself. I'm in that boat - what do I want to do for me? Right now it's mostly reading, walking or hiking (love a good walk on the beach with an audio book), and I take a tap class once or twice a week. I love being artsy and crafty so at some point want to take a few classes - painting, pottery, and glass would be amazing. I also like building things and would love to do some woodworking, but don't have any good tools right now so that will have to wait. I like redoing furniture, enjoy driving and day trips, love weekends with my travel friend. But I'm also truly happy just enjoying my house (when it's quiet) and reading a good book!
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Old 12-30-2019, 05:07 PM
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I would like to find more hobbies. Right now it's mostly PT and watching TV . I consider PT a hobby but feel really silly saying "posting on an online teacher forum" when people ask .

I am in a book club that I really enjoy, so that forces me to read at least 1 book a month. I tend to read a lot on school breaks and then as I get busy with school I fall away from it.

Not sure if this counts as a hobby, but I'm also one of the organizers in a "nerdy 30's" women's meet up group. It's a really fun group of ladies and I either host or attend a meetup at least every 2 weeks or so. We do things like movies, dinners out, game nights, etc.

There are some people within the group that post monthly crafting meetups, which I hadn't been attending, but when I moved I noticed that one of them is literally down the street from my house (I'm way out in the burbs, so it's rare for an event to be that close). I've been to that one once and will try to keep up with that. Right now I'm just working on my paint by sticker cats book . At one of the events I tried one of those diamond dotz things and I really liked that also- I made a tiny one just to see if I'd like it and I was just thinking about going to Michael's later this week and looking for a bigger one.
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Old 12-30-2019, 05:13 PM
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I embroider a lot. You can do this at home and still feel productive.
Sewing is also a hobby, but I mostly do home decorating items, or Halloween costumes.

My newest hobby is repurposed Altoid tins. I decorate them inside and out. Iíve added cigar boxes as well. And for Christmas I decorated a lot of ornaments made from paper mache. (Sp?)

I read a lot.

I miss working out and walking but my body doth protest too much. Working on fixing that.
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Old 12-30-2019, 06:06 PM
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There is nothing wrong with being a homebody! I am enjoying that more and more these days too.

Some things I enjoy, not sure if they are considered hobbies are....
Riding my bike
Swimming (when the pool water is warmer, not now)
Reading
Playing the piano

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Old 12-30-2019, 06:32 PM
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My hobbies are
Reading
Card making
Junk journaling
Bible journaling
Sewing
Cricut projects
Thrift store shopping mostly for baby outfits
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Old 12-30-2019, 07:13 PM
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I love to read, and I am retired so I read a lot! 55 books this year. I also sew and do that almost every day. And I always wanted to learn how to knit, so a couple of months ago I started doing that. I'm making good progress. I also make jewelry sometimes. So I guess I like making stuff and reading. I have a 19 month old grandson and have him for the day/overnight at least once a week, so he keeps me busy, too.
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Like the tv show? Can you please give more details and/or apps you use to play survivor games?
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Old 12-30-2019, 09:50 PM
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When I was teaching I would wish I had time to take classes offered through our local adult education programs. Now that I’ve retired I’ve taken several classes that became hobbies.
-Photoshop-I wish I had known this when I was teaching, but I don’t think I could have devoted the time to learn it. I’m frequently asked by my former colleagues to create teaching materials for them integrating my Photoshop skills. I also have fun creating special photo effects, collages, posters and more for friends and family.
-Weaving on a loom-I did this for a couple years, but developed lots of back pain from being hunched over a loom while threading the yarns and preparing the looms. I finally had to stop when I was visiting the chiropractor way too often.
-Mosaics-It started out of curiosity for small projects like pottery and trays. Right now I’m working on a mosaic of my nephew’s profile. It’s a fun challenge with having to continually cut and match the very small pieces of glass to the various shades in his photo.
-Fused Glass/Stained Glass-This is my newest hobby. I never had heard of fused glass but it was a part of the stained glass class and it turned out to be a favorite. I’ve since made a variety of bowls, platters, garden decor, and jewelry pendants. I’ve learned how to sand blast and screen print images on glass, as well.
Suffice it to say, with so many fun hobbies, I don’t miss teaching in the least!

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Old 12-31-2019, 09:58 AM
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I have had lots of hobbies over the years! Now my biggest hobby is hiking, walking, and in winter cross country skiing.

I do (or have done) puzzles, knit, crochet, quilt, sew, cross-stitch, painting, crafting, card making, tv watching, reading, wood working, jewelry making, cake decorating, and probably many, many more. I also enjoy learning a bit about coding computers and electronics.
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