How do you know that a hobby is right for you?
When you are between the ages of twenty and twenty-five you just finish up school and your working full-time. When you get home do you just watch television? You need something to do in your spare time. So how do you find a hobby you would be interested in?
Think of the things that interest you and do some quick research (via the Internet) to see what really interests you. You will know you've found a good hobby when you lose track of time while you are enjoying it.
If you don't enjoy doing something then it's not right for you. If you do, build on it. If you like reading, you could join a book club. If you like to walk, perhaps there's a local ramblers' association. If you're pretty good at sketching, join a local artclass and so on.
the only problem i have with that is i seem to lose interest in everything so quickly that's why i need something that is quick and different
If you have a burning desire for it, you will probably stick with it.
Especially, if you are organized and able to meet your goals.
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