I paint furniture. Used to do canvas but it was too boring.
I also do Pinterest, WeHeartIt, and I rarely post at twitter but love to steal pics for my collections mentioned prior. I also wander the net until the wee hours. Not really a hobby, that. Mostly because the older I get, the harder it is to sleep. I miss my dog. She was my companion dog...but died 6 months ago. I have not replaced her because I don't want another dog. I want HER. So..no more. During summer, I like to be outside with nature. That is my "zen spot", so to speak. I like being around animals more than people. However, I do hit thrift shops twice a week to find items to paint or resell as is.
Good morning to all- I don't think I've got any hobbies as such. However, I treasure every day and its work. I love my writing and my gardening and my fishing and my bird watching and my cooking and my eating and my photography and my kayak paddling... I don't have time for hobbies- I'm too busy living my life, and I enjoy nearly every moment of it. Good day to all- Ed
My hobby is sports. I need to relieve the stress of work, and sports are a great way to do that. I also try to read more, but more often I listen to audiobooks on the road. I can't always concentrate. These little things help me keep my balance.
Where do I start? I've had so many hobbies over the years. I haven't done much lately, but I used to do a lot of sewing and various needlework - knitting, crochet, and tatting. For 30+ years I was heavy into motorcycling and traveling all over the world and here and Canada. (had to quit after they told me I had AMD). I've been a horse lover all my life and have ridden on and off whenever I had the chance. I enrolled again in two Clark College courses - writing (for the third time) and a Spanish II class. I always meant to learn Spanish and I figured now is better late than never. I took French in high school and loved it, but Spanish would have been more useful and I very much like it too. The writing class starts the end of September and the Spanish class starts the end of October. I'm still taking banjo and violin lessons, so they should keep me out of mischief. I've been into music on and off most of my life. Oh and I did buy a mandolin to play around with in my "spare time". After a hip injury that wouldn't go away, I had to give up TaeKwonDo - which I loved. Since I had to give up Martial Arts, I took up Fine Arts - e.g.the music. When the kids were younger and I was a full time housewife, I did a lot of baking, canning, and several other types of preserving. Still make jam once in a while. Even made my own beer and wine. Always was and still am addicted to learning. LOL