Reading, cooking, entering comps.. Love doing crafts and drawing too! Oh and am slightly hooked on PvZ and Angry Birds..
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26-05-2014 20:27 #21
26-05-2014 20:29 #22
Hmmm. Getting rid of cat hair from the house would be a hobby in itself. I'll pass on that for now! Maybe when im old
Yeah studying isnt possible for me. I have learning difficulties so hands on things are better for me.
26-05-2014 20:29 #23
I enter competitions, read, buy stuff for baby, yoga and write
26-05-2014 20:29 #24
I feel like all I do in my down time is surf the internet - waste of time!
I want to
- do piano and singing lessons
- bake more
- read more
- make family photo albums (not a hobby but it'll keep me busy!)
26-05-2014 20:30 #25Senior Member
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bubhub, facebook, nothing really.
I'd like to do scrap booking and sewing but can't really do it when the kids are up and am too tired once they've gone to bed. Plus I really can't afford the stuff to do it.
26-05-2014 20:31 #26
I think I've worked my way through every department at spotlight and then some! No time for any hobbies right now but some ideas for quiet night things.
Hand stitched applique and quilt making in general.
Mosaics including smashed plate or glass tiles. Make a house number, refurbish an old outdoor table etc.
Knit winter scarves - super basic skills only needed.
Nail art. Start with toothpicks as your 'brush' to make teeny tiny works of art on your nails.
Selling things on eBay - bulk lots of old kids clothes, those DVDs you don't watch now everything is on the hard drive.
Candle making or soap making.
Baking/cake decorating - make your DH the most popular member of the team by packing him off with your handiwork each week.
I definitely lose interest in things so try to keep my initial investment to a minimum or shuffle the money from another part of the budget. For example one year I made necklaces/bracelets for DD's daycare teachers/carers, kindy teacher, EA, MIL, my sis etc Christmas. The gift budget if I'd gone and bought them all something more than covered raw materials plus a set up of pliers, findings, tray etc.
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26-05-2014 20:32 #27
I don't have too much time for hobby-ing with work and studying but in my down time I like to bake, or read. At the moment I'm reading lots of birth stuff as I'm due in 13 weeks
I would *like* to get into gardening (we just moved onto 1/2 an acre with lots of garden so I'm kinda gonna have to!) and crafty things like scrapbooking. I really wish I could sew or paint but I'm not very talented If I had endless time I would horseride, bushwalk, and write way more. Come to think of it there's lots I'd like to do/try. Who's idea was it to do a degree again!?!
26-05-2014 20:38 #28
It changed regularly because I have the attention span of a three year old but -
- Video Games - mostly 3ds, I usually have 2-3 I cycle through (atm yoshis island, zelda a link to the past and pokemon trozei link)
- ipad - I troll through the App Store and find a new game that will last/entertain me for a few days (hearthstone atm)
- puzzles (sudoku/word search)
- loom banding (shamefully)
- Reading cracked/buzzfeed
26-05-2014 20:49 #29
I read, cook, garden, ban spammers, shop online (actually this is a really bad habit I am trying to break!), style my house (I am always moving things around etc) and I like to walk, I try to walk on the beach everyday if I can.
26-05-2014 20:50 #30
I like to play the harp and piano, twirl fire, paint in oils, snowboard, skateboard (longboard only), hike, learn foreign languages, op shop and recycle old things for the home and garden organically.
Id love to learn aerial silks and pottery. My other half wants me to start kiteboarding with him but I'm not feeling it.
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