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    I do nothing when it comes to hobbies. I can barely keep everyone fed, clothed and somewhat rested atm. I don't have any 'alone' or 'quiet' time.

    I used to sew. And read. I used to read so much. I used to do some gaming pre kids too.

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    I always start a hobby but then get bored with it. I can't seem to stay on track.

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    I didn't have any hobbies when I was a kid either.

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    Before having DD my hobbies were crossfit and mountain bike riding. I now have none unless listening to audiobooks on the train counts? I really miss my old hobbies but they are not possible with a 18 month old in tow.

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    Default What are your hobbies?

    So I'm giving yoga a bit of a go. I did do a class with a friend that combined yoga with a few other things but life got in the way and we haven't been able to go. I've found some videos on YouTube and just been using them. I'm enjoying it. So not flexible and I look like a walrus trying to stretch but hey it's relaxing! DS is not very helpful. He thinks lining cars up against me is helpful and fun so I go to move and have a car stabbed in my side lol

    I can't thank everyone enough! This has been so helpful and eye opening on all the options I can try!

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    I crochet a lot!
    We also raise chickens and I volunteer at my daughter's school.

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    Mine would be writing, reading and painting. Photography I guess, but it's also my job so I don't really consider it a hobby so much now.

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    If I had more time I would like to learn the piano. I started learning last year and loved it, but... time.

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    I found I didn't have time for hobbies, and barely any me time until just recently...really until my youngest started kindy.
    I have recently started Dragon Boat paddling...it's great fun, social and bloody hard work.


 

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