Looking for new, fulfilling hobbies to pass the time

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  1. TheBestJ

    TheBestJ Fapstronaut

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    Hi Everyone,

    I'm trying to scale back a lot of the negative, time-wasting activities in my life such as drinking, nicotine, porn, social media, etc. As I get further into this journey though I'm realizing that I really don't have many things that interest me besides working out.

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
     
  2. Toomuchh

    Toomuchh Fapstronaut

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    Just try different things and see what sticks.

    I would recommend something active to keep you (1)healthy (This could be any sport, rock climbing, running, etc but if you like working out its probably enough), (2)something creative (drawing, writing, a musical instrument/production, etc) and (3) something that makes you money (stock investment, poker, streaming, coding, bloggin etc).

    I do think reading (non-fiction) is something everyone should do tho. It's healthy for the brain and you don't have to do too much. I try to read between 5-12 pages a day. It's not overwhelming and its pretty enjoyable to learn something new everyday.
     
  3. ? ? ?

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    I'll list my hobbies, maybe you'll try one . . .

    Music Production
    Baseball/Softball/Basketball
    Reading
    Writing poetry/Short stories
     
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  4. Jal Say

    Jal Say Fapstronaut

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    I will list my hobbies, maybe something is to your liking:

    Reading (non fiction, fiction can be great too but I prefer and recommend non fiction)

    Sports (Movement in general)

    Trying to help other people in forums like here

    Walking if possible in nature
    Meditation, practice of being in the now.

    Drawing, I mostly just draw whatever comes to my mind or I do just draw not thinking at all.

    Working on books, to analyse the conent and teaching and applying

    Hearing music, sometimes with philosophic content.

    Listening to spiritual teacher and philosophs (example: Eckhart Tolle, Alan Watts, Sadhguru)

    Watching self improvement videos and Important applying the content.

    You may try picking up an instrument, its a great way to enjoy the present.
     
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