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100 ideas for hobbies. (part five.)

Updated on May 29, 2012

100 Ideas for hobbies 41-50.

Welcome to the fifth part of the hub marathon that is 100 ideas for hobbies. If you have missed instalments 1 to 4 you can find them on my profile. We are half way through and if you have read through from the beginning thank-you and we still have an incredible 60 to go, just in case you still have not seen anything you would like to take up as a hobby or your just looking for more inspiration. So lets continue.


41. Singing.

I love to sing, I bop around my house all the time belting out various songs I know. It can be a lot of fun and the best thing about it is that it is free and you can do it anywhere, the only thing you need is your voice.

Have you tried singing.

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42. Tie dying.

It's cute satisfying wearing a piece of clothing that you have tye dyed yourself and you can proudly show off. Be warned though tie dye can get messy and only use an old item of clothing.

Have you tried tie dying.

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43. Bird watching.

And I'm not talking women I'm talking about the feathered kind. It's handy to invest in some binoculars for this as they can be difficult to get close to. You also need a lot of patience and be extremely good at keeping still and being quite.

Have you tried bird watching.

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44. Skipping.

Jumping rope is one of the cheapest hobbies to get into and you can do it almost anywhere. It's not just a thing for the ladies either most boxers skip as part of their training.

Have you tried skipping.

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45. Star Gazing.

This can be done with or without a telescope depending on how seriously you want to take it. When I think of star gazing I feel it's this very romantic and dreamy pursuit however it can be a very scientific endeavour.

Have you tried star gazing.

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46. Pot holing

Pot holing is definitely not for those that don't like the dark, mud, small spaces or water. However the really adventurous that enjoy a challenge will thrive on this activity.

Have you tried pot holing.

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47. Horse riding.

A very popular activity for animal lovers and those of us that live in the country. You will need riding equipment and a horse, which maybe difficult for you to obtain.

Have you tried horse riding.

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48. Code words.

Code words are my favourite puzzle (only because I am brilliant at them) they are a relaxing pass time that challenges the mind. The most common letter used in the English language is e, I find this extremely helpful when doing a code word.

Have you tried doing a code word.

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49. Collecting cards.

Weather there baseball cards or star trek ones there is a card out there for everyone if collecting cards is your thing. You can swap them, sell them or just attempt to own the entire collection. However be aware this hobby could end up costing you a lot of money, so its worth thinking about before you rush off and buy any.

Have you tried collecting cards.

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50. Crocheting.

Crocheting has recently seen a bit of a revival of late, due to the surge in interests in arts and crafts. If the recession has done one thing that is positive it's that it has encouraged people to get creative and start making things for themselves.

Have you tried crocheting.

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