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  • Wendell Brock

Get A Hobby!

In today’s world most people are running to and fro, here and there, and everywhere in between tackling life’s busy schedule. Few people have the luxury of free time...or do they? People tend to have more time than they realize, being caught up in the illusion of busyness. Between email, texts, social media, and many other busy distractions, there are precious moments that could be spent improving your health and quality of life. So are there better things to be doing with our unaccounted for “downtime moments?”

Having a hobby has been shown to have many benefits, especially to one’s mental and emotional health. A hobby is any activity that you do for pleasure during your leisure time. This could be anything from physical, artistic or creative, or intellectual activities.

But what if you don’t have a hobby? Find one! This in itself could be a very rewarding process in which you learn more about yourself. The process of finding a new hobby can be very rewarding. Try a multiplicity of things that make you feel happy or excited and if when you end an activity you feel fulfilled or rejuvenated add it to your “keep list”, if not, move on to the next activity.

So, unwind and enjoy those valuable moments in which you can indulge in things that make you happy and healthy! Don’t be discouraged with the effort needed to accomplish a hobby project, all good things in life take effort, stretch yourself a bit doing something new.

No hobbies yet? That’s ok, here’s some ideas to get you started:

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