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100 ideas for hobbies. (part two) Need Some Hobby Ideas For A Few People?

Updated on October 5, 2012

Hobbies 11-20.

Hobbies are fun and they are a good way to indulge in doing the things that you enjoy.

If you haven't read the previous hub to this one you might want to read it 100 ideas for hobbies.

Here are hobby ideas 11-20, I hope you get a few ideas that appeal to you and I hope you enjoy them.


11. Hot air ballooning.

This hobby can be expensive and does require a fair amount of expertise, but can be a lot of fun. This is not suitable for people who are afraid of heights.

Have you tried hot air ballooning.

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12. Cross stitching.

Cross stitch is very popular all over the world and people pay good money for a good quality finished piece. Completed cross stitch work also looks good displayed and makes a great gift.

Have you tried cross stitching.

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13. Deep sea Diving.

This activity requires a lot of specialist equipment, you will need to be properly trained and can cost quite a lot of money to pursue. However the rewards are great. This is not suitable for people who are afraid of water.

Have you tried deep sea diving.

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14. Hiking.

Hiking is a great way to experience the great outdoors and explore your surroundings. You will need to make sure you have suitable clothes and foot ware. Always tell someone where you are going and try to hike with someone else if possible.

Have you tried hiking.

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15. Juggling

This is a low investment hobby, it is easy to learn but hard to master and requires a lot of practice. Some people get so they can juggle with chainsaws and fire but It's best to start with three small balls first.

Have you tried juggling.

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16. Kite flying.

This interest can range from using something relatively inexpensive to spending hundreds of dollars on your kite. You can fly a kite almost anywhere but it helps to have windy conditions.

Have you tried flying a kite.

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17. Roller skating.

If you decide to take up roller skating be prepared for some bumps and bruises. The price of skates can fluctuate wildly the cheapest you can get second hand for a few dollars, but specialist skates can cost hundreds. When your starting out it helps to invest in some suitable safety gear.

Have you tried roller skating.

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18. Swimming.

Swimming is one of the best forms of exercise there is, it works all the major muscle groups and is aerobic if you work hard enough at it. All you need is something to wear that's suitable for water and somewhere to swim. This is not suitable for people who are afraid of water.

Have you tried swimming.

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19. Yodeling

Yodeling is an unusual pass time, but requires at least some ability to do well. It's fun to try even if your not especially talented at it. You tube has some very good examples (both good and bad) of yodelers that are well worth watching.

Have you tried yodeling.

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20. Candle making.

This is fun if your a creative type of person who doesn't mind things getting a bit messy. Candle making has become more popular as people have been able to obtain the necessary materials and equipment. Home made candles sell pretty well too if you have a good eye for design.

Have you tried candle making.

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Well that's the end of part two of 100 ideas for hobbies, I hope they have inspired you to try something new, if you liked this you might also want to read 100 ideas for hobbies part three.


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      4 years ago

      The accident of finding this post has breietgnhd my day

    • wrenfrost56 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from U.K.

      Glad you enjoyed it Messkena Matawie. :)

    • Messkena Matawie profile image


      7 years ago from Singapore

      Voting and viewing the % is definitely fun. I'm searching for other hobbies listed here so I could cast my vote, e.g. vertical gardening using recycled pet bottles. I just started a few days ago.

    • wrenfrost56 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from U.K.

      Thank-you so much, I really enjoyed your icebreaker hub :)

    • BJC profile image


      7 years ago from Florida

      What great ideas to explore! I do make candles and it's very theraputic - need to check to see if I've spelled that correctly :( Yodeling, well, I do in my classroom for my students, does that count ;) I became fully proficient at roller skating at age 40, then I realised that I could really do whatever I wanted to do. What a fabulous hub!


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