100 ideas for hobbies. (part six) Being Creative.
100 ideas for hobbies. 51-60
Well I'm still here hacking away at the list of 100 ideas for hobbies. If you have missed instalments 1 to 5 you can find them on my profile. We have passed the half way mark and we are well on the way to the finish line, however there is still 50 more entries to discover, so come with me for the next stretch of the journey.
This hobby has become so popular even celebrities are doing it, no longer something that your granny just used to do, it's actually a pretty cool thing to do.
Have you tried knitting.
52. Rally Driving.
If you enjoy challenging driving and adrenaline based activities this will be for you. It is however a dangerous pursuit and can work out to be very expensive. A competitive nature and fast reactions are essential.
Have you tried rally driving.
53. Doing jigsaw puzzles.
Although this has fallen out of favour somewhat there are still people that enjoy doing a good old fashion jigsaw puzzle. Some people even stick them onto some board, frame them and display them.
Have you tried doing jigsaw puzzles.
There is nothing quite like life on the open sea, with the wind in your hair and the sails billowing. However this is a specialized pursuit so make sure either you or the people you are with know what your doing.
Have you tried sailing.
Photography is one of my favourite hobbies there is something very rewarding about sharing pictures that you have taken. For this you will either need a camera or you can do what I do and use your mobile/cell phone.
Have you tried photography.
56. Wind surfing.
If you are not a competent swimmer then wind surfing will not be something you will enjoy, it is something that you have to do with absolute commitment. It takes a lot of concentration and you will need to have good balance. It is probably a good idea to rent out a wind surfer when you are beginning and go on to buy one later, when you have been pursuing the hobby a while.
Have you tried wind surfing.
Did you love a good doodle when you were a child but found that as you have gotten older you just don't spend your time doing it anymore? Well it might be worth starting it up again, drawing is one of the cheapest hobbies to do and can be quite lucrative if you have some artistic talent and can sell your work.
Have you tried drawing.
58. Martial Arts.
In the 80's and 90's martial arts were big business, with kids all over the country wanting to be like the Karate kid, Bruce Lee or Jacki Chan. Martial arts schools and lessons sprung up all over the place. Learning a martial art is a discipline and could help you to defend yourself with impressive ability.
Have you tried martial arts.
59. Pogo stick jumping.
The pogo stick had a short burst of success when I was a child, but its popularity disappeared as quickly as it had first appeared. However that's not to say its not worth trying, with enough practice and a few bruises there are a few pretty neat tricks you can master.
Have you tried pogo stick jumping.
I enjoy doing yoga it strengthens the body and the mind, it also improves posture and lengthens the body. Yoga is best done when you can fully relax and not get distracted by other things going on.
Have you tried yoga.
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