123 Hobbies (Vegan Friendly)

 

123 hobbies for the recovering pictures of violin, bratzillas, painting, flute and sewing string

Recovery requires us to focus on our emotions and behaviour, ultimately avoiding triggers. With spare time at hand, it is easier for us to turn to self-destructive coping habits, especially when we mistake boredom for depression. It is important we fill that time with life enhancing hobbies to continuously improve our life and move forward.

So, here we go… 123 hobbies that you can start implementing today! (Vegan Friendly)

Arts and Productivity:

  1. Drawing
  2. Scrapbooking
  3. Colouring
  4. Painting
  5. Painting with acrylic or oils
  6. Watercolour
  7. Pop Art
  8. Pottery
  9. Sculpting
  10. Doll Making
  11. Plushie Making
  12. Wreck This Journal (Buy It On Amazon)
  13. Create This Book (Buy It On Amazon)
  14. Photography (setting up a business)
  15. Support Etsy artists
  16. Start your own Etsy page
  17. Support up-and-coming artists (buy art from Deviant Art)
  18. Start your own Deviant Art page
  19. Sell artwork for commission
  20. Woodshop and Carpentry
  21. Sewing
  22. Fashion Design
  23. Upcycle Clothes
  24. Knitting using acrylic fibers
  25. Crocheting
  26. Cross Stitching
  27. Doing DIYs (Pinterest has got some great ideas)
  28. Crafting
  29. Jewelry Making
  30. Self Planning
  31. Making Collages
  32. Interior Design
  33. Learning a new instrument
  34. Making Music
  35. Busking
  36. Cooking
  37. Baking

Literature and Knowledge:

  1. Writing short stories
  2. Writing novels/novellas
  3. Journalism
  4. Blogging
  5. Journaling
  6. Bucket List (writing)
  7. Learn a new language
  8. Refine a language you already know
  9. Attend post secondary or supplementary classes
  10. Study a new culture
  11. Research a new topic (minerals, sciences, space exploration, history, etc)
  12. Taking Notes
  13. Reading
  14. Attend library regularly
  15. Attend free conferences
  16. Career Searching
  17. Word Search
  18. Sudoku
  19. Puzzles and Board games
  20. Tetris
  21. Chess
  22. Visiting Museums
  23. Attending the opera
  24. Attend seminar
  25. Give a speech

Collections:

  1. Toys
  2. Dolls
  3. Puzzles
  4. Books
  5. Stickers
  6. Coins
  7. Pressed Plants
  8. Minerals and Geodes
  9. Antiques
  10. Movie Merchandise
  11. Band Merchandise

Technical:

  1. Video Making
  2. Making Short Films
  3. Making a Documentary
  4. Youtube
  5. Producing Music/DJ-ing
  6. Blogging
  7. Coding (Code Academy offers free lessons)

Outdoors and Seasonals:

  1. Gardening
  2. Fruit Picking
  3. Landscaping
  4. Star gazing
  5. Walking

Sports:

  1. Joining community sports teams
  2. Seasonal sports
  3. Cycling
  4. Rollerblading
  5. Boxing
  6. Martial Arts
  7. Extreme Sports
  8. Running
  9. Marathons
  10. Yoga
  11. Dance
  12. Hula Hooping (Click for Example)

Group Activities and Public Events:

  1. Participate in local events
  2. Attend garage sales
  3. Bingo night
  4. Festivals
  5. Concerts
  6. Volunteering at an animal sanctuary
  7. Activism
  8. Hosting Gatherings
  9. Flea Markets
  10. Attend Recovery Groups
  11. Create Recovery Groups
  12. AA Meetings
  13. Attend Getaways
  14. Visiting Factories

Spirituality and Self-Discovery:

  1. Watching documentaries
  2. Learning about the Vegan Lifestyle (Bite Size Vegan (YouTube) is a great ressource)
  3. Going Vegan
  4. Rediscovering and studying spirituality (if not atheist)
  5. Practice Dream Reading
  6. Learning Magic

Others:

  1. Secondhand Purchasing
  2. Secondhand Selling
  3. Investing and Finance
  4. Wine Tasting
  5. Legos
  6. Working on the Out-Of-Control book (Out-Of-Control Book Webpage)
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