What are your hobbies?

FoxyCurl2FoxyCurl2 Posts: 136Registered Users
I'm trying to figure out what I like to do and how I want to spend my 'me' time but am having some trouble.
Thought I might get some ideas from you guys.
What do you like to do/What are your hobbies?

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  • cymprenicympreni Posts: 9,609Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    books-esp non-fiction, I love learning new things
    learning languages
    music
    Viola
    beading

    Viola has really become my passion/obsession. I'm pretty much playing it on and off all day.
  • FoxyCurl2FoxyCurl2 Posts: 136Registered Users
    what is beading?
  • BohemianRenegadeBohemianRenegade Posts: 1,078Registered Users
    Trying to find some sanity as I work on my master's in nursing...
  • SystemSystem Posts: 39,059 Administrator
    karate
    cooking
    baking
    learning languages
    I used to bead/make jewelry too!
    people watching
    learning about race and culture
    used to play the piano and bellydance
  • CurlyinColoradoCurlyinColorado Posts: 3,093Registered Users
    reading
    surfing the net
    photography
    travel
    research: i.e. my latest endeavor was WWII
    cooking (not all the time)
    writing
    yoga, running
    shopping (I'm really good at this)
    movies
    I also try to discover one new thing a week to do with my DD
    2b/3a.
  • EllaElla Posts: 392Registered Users
    cooking (especially baked goods)
    reading
    watching old movies
    knitting
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  • goldygoldy Posts: 5,463Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    cooking
    knitting
    reading
    book stores
    enjoying a cup of tea
    painting
    cooking

    those are all things i can do alone for "me" time :)
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  • MarMar Posts: 3,004Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    reading
    gardening
    jewelry making
    knitting
    cross stitch
    sewing
    drawing
    genealogy
    music
    "what's so funny 'bout peace, love and understanding?"



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  • susancnwsusancnw Posts: 1,374Registered Users Curl Novice
    reading
    finding new books to read
    research on things that catch my attention
    cross stitch
    sewing
    surfing the net
    checking out new crafts and blogs to try
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  • VTmomVTmom Posts: 2,487Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    reading
    surfing the net
    movies
    on occasion and when i'm in the mood...baking
    bike riding
    The smallest deed is greater than the grandest intention.

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    Just think I used to worry 'bout things like that,
    Used to worry 'bout rich and skinny, 'til I wound up poor and fat,
    Nowadays I kind of worry where my mind's been at,
    Just think I used to worry 'bout things like that. (Delbert McClinton - I Used to Worry from Never Been Rocked Enough)
  • asleep to audioasleep to audio Posts: 2,085Registered Users
    Travel
    Movies
    Writing
    Photography
    Dancing
    Shopping
    Music
    Reading
    Researching things...everything from bands to famous murders.

    CoN green, HE hello hydration, burt's bees super shiny condish, & KCCC.

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  • cymprenicympreni Posts: 9,609Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    FoxyCurl2 wrote: »
    what is beading?

    Pretty much I make jewelry and stuff with beads. I was planing on showing some pics but my camera is acting up.
  • RRRR Posts: 147Registered Users
    My dogs/dog park/hiking
    Reading
    Movies
    Darts
  • fig jamfig jam Posts: 2,555Registered Users
    Reading
    Training dogs
    Photography
    Writing
    "Tell me, are you incapable of restraining yourself, or do you take pride in being an insufferable know-it-all?"

    "Honey Badger don't care!"
  • ninja dogninja dog Posts: 23,780Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Dog rescue
    Reading
    Movie watching
    NC.com
  • Rebecca deWinterRebecca deWinter Posts: 2,254Registered Users
    ballet
    playing and listening to music
    bike riding
    photography
    drawing
    exploring
    bird watching
    *~*displaced yooper*~*
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  • wavy in neenahwavy in neenah Posts: 113Registered Users
    Macrame
    Micro-macrame
    Kumihimo (Japanese braiding) I'm new to this one
    Knitting
    Reading
    Watching movies
    Kayaking
    Treasure hunting, aka spending too many hours in thrift shops :D
    Jigsaw puzzles, but I rarely have enough tabletop space or a place where the cats can't destroy my progress
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  • LoloDSMLoloDSM Posts: 3,778Registered Users
    I have a 1-year-old, so NC.com is about my only "me" time right now. Before DD, though:

    -reading
    -yoga
    -wine (studied "The Wine Bible" and then bought/tasted the particular geographical area I read about)
    - wine classes
    - working out
    - roller blading
    - payday massages (gosh, I miss those)
    Loose botticelli curls and waves
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  • nynaeve77nynaeve77 Posts: 7,135Registered Users Curl Novice
    reading
    writing (my friends and I have an informal writing group and we critique one another's work)
    playing Sims 2 (I don't get to do that often...it's a serious time waster!)
    doll collecting (I haven't added any in a while...stupid bad economy!)
    manicures/pedicures...I normally do my own, which isn't as relaxing as having them done, but it's way cheaper! I'm pretty darn good at them, too. I even paint my daughter's toes when she's in the mood to sit still for it!
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  • battinlashbattinlash Posts: 1,850Registered Users
    Maybe some of these are not really hobbies, but this is how I spend my time:

    -Listening to and reading the news. I am a total news junkie...I always have to know what's going on.

    -Learning to read Latin. I'm terrible at it but I'm still trying.

    -Reading about socioeconomics, government, and history.

    -Investing

    -Posting regularly on various blogs and forums.

    -Home improvements. This is a hobby because I do them for enjoyment, not always because I need to.
  • CGNYCCGNYC Posts: 4,938Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    I can't believe someone said macrame. I did a project for Bible school crafts in the 70s (plant holder, brown with wooden beads, of course!) and I was just trying to tell my husband about it (um, apparently "hippy plant holders" was not descriptive enough) so now I am all desperate for a macrame owl to relive my 70s childhood.

    Right now I do -

    -funky embroidery
    -cross stitch
    -and I'm trying to grow tomatoes and peppers in containers - I have ten tomatoes and a bazillion hot peppers. No bell or bananas yet, tho.
  • AmnerisAmneris Posts: 15,117Registered Users
    A lot of what I like doing in "down time" is really stuff that is work-related or related to being a performer ie: studying other languages, practising or listening to music, working out, fashion etc. etc. etc. I also love writing but I consider that to be part of my work as well. I'm trying to think of things not related to that and I've got sewing, non-work-related travel, politics and reading.
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  • M2LRM2LR Posts: 8,630Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    I LOVE to read. I also knit, write, crochet (sometimes), and I am finding a re-newed sense of childhood in playing video games (we have a Wii). I don't get to play the Wii TOO often, and I seriously limit my time on it, LOL. But it brings me back to my childhood, playing the Nintendo and all of that.
    :rambo:

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