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100 ideas for hobbies. (part three) Hobby like ice sculpture.

Updated on October 5, 2012

Hobby ideas 21-30.

This is part three of my compilation of 100 ideas for hobbies. you can read the first two via my profile. So far we have had an eclectic mix of interests and activities, so hopefully there is something for everyone being featured. Lucky for you this instalment is no different, so lets get started.


21. Ice sculpting.

This activity is not for the faint hearted and you have to not mind working in cold conditions. To be a successful ice sculptors you have to have an artists eye and ability.

Have you tried ice sculpting?

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22. Kick Boxing.

Kick Boxing is very tough on the body physically and requires lots of stamina and strength. You are likely to get some knocks and bruises when doing this activity.

Have you tried Kick Boxing?

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23. Reading.

I love nothing more then to curl up with a good book or read articles in magazines or on the Internet, its relaxing and helps keep that grey matter working.

Have you tried reading.

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24. Ventriloquism.

ventriloquism is extremely difficult to learn and harder yet to perform well. You wil only need a puppet and your voice for this so investment is minimal.

Have you tried ventriloquism.

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25. Gardening.

Gardening is one of the most popular past times and the gardening industry is worth billions of dollars. If you are a gardener or you're just thinking of taking gardening up as a hobby, be aware of the impact it has on your back and knees as this is where most people complain of getting pain after doing gardening.

Have you tried gardening.

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26. Drama.

Acting is fun for both the performer and the audience (if it's done well). If you become particularly good at drama you can turn your skills into a profitable career.

Have you tried drama.

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27. Jogging.

A great hobby for keeping fit that you can enjoy on your own or do with a friend or do in a group. You will need suitable clothing and foot ware and if you decide to jog alone, tell someone where you are going.

Have you tried jogging.

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28. Tennis.

This is an extremely good form of exercise it helps with, hand eye co-ordination, reflexes, agility and is aerobic. Tennis rackets and tennis balls are cheap, but finding or paying to use a court might prove more difficult.

Have you tried tennis.

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29. Flower arranging.

This activity requires a knack for creating good aesthetics and some knowledge of plants. Flower arranging can easily be turned into a career but does require some practice and expertise.

Have you tried flower arranging.

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30. Trampolining.

Trampolining is one of my most favourite things to do in the world, it makes me feel like a kid again. Trampoline sales have increased greatly over the last few years and you will often see one in peoples back gardens.

Have you tried trampolining.

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      6 years ago from U.K.

      Thank-you so much, I very much enjoyed your hub on grandma madges advice. :)

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      I enjoyed reading this Hub, and voting! I learnt something about my likes and dislikes, too. Well written, voted up.


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