Enjoying Recreation Through Worthwhile Hobbies

Hustle culture has made many people think that their free time must be spent on aside hustle or an activity that could possibly generate a second income. This is a fallacy and must be countered. Rest is an integral need for the human body and brain. Hobbies are an active way to deliver rest to the brain and keep it stimulated. A well-stimulated brain that is allowed to participate in hobbies is one that remains at the peak of cognition.

Research has repeatedly shown that children and adults with hobbies are calmer, deal better with stress, and have a healthier self-attitude. It can be difficult to let go of the mindset that you must always be productive. In essence, a hobby is keeping you reproductive, just that it is entirely for your mental well-being instead of contributing to your finances.

Children with hobbies do better at school. They are more centered and focused than their peers who are only allowed to do learning activities. Part of it is the knowledge that they are doing something for themselves. Taking private piano lessons or learning judo can also be hobbies if you allow your child to enjoy the experience rather than push them to perform. They will learn valuable skills, as well as enjoy their hobby.

Of course, you do not have to be restricted to one hobby. Explore the many hobbies out there till you find the one that appeals to you the most.


Everyone loves to dance. Join a dance class to learn a specific form of dancing like salsa or bachata and make new friends with like-minded people. Children would likely enjoy hip-hop classes as well.


Adult coloring books have consistently been a source of calm and a way to get back in touch with your inner child. There is no reason we have to let go of the things we enjoyed children simply to feel grown-up. Find a coloring book you like, buy some nice color pencils or markers, and enjoy a relaxing evening of therapeutic and aesthetic fun.

Traditional Art

Whether it is calligraphy or weaving, get in touch with your roots by taking up a hobby that is related to the traditional arts of your people. If it is an activity that your grandparents can teach you, then it is even better. You will learn a hobby that fulfills you, touches a deep part of yourself and brings valuable bonding moments with your loved ones.

Beat Boxing

Pick up a new-age hobby and start learning to beatbox. You can easily pick this up from watching videos and there are no extra equipment charges. It is a great way to enjoy the type of music you like most and as you get better, you can go to showcases or even join competitions to meet others who enjoy the same art form.


Write a blog and nurture your budding talent. Share your reviews about shows or movies you’ve watched and build connections with people who agree. You could also simply keep a journal to chronicle your daily life and use it as a way to work through your feelings and emotions.

Digital Art

If you enjoy being online and love digital art, then you can easily use free software to teach yourself how to become a graphic designer or digital artist. Imagine bringing the images in your mind to life with animation software or being able to recreate your ideas for how a character design should look. There are many communities on the internet that would appreciate the designs you create and you can find many friends with whom to share and enjoy your hobby.


Podcasts are a great hobby for people to help them further their enjoyment of their other hobbies. Talk about your love of comic books and graphic novels. Do an in-depth, multiple-week analysis of a book series you recently read. Offer tips and explain the regimen you use to stay healthy and practice your sport. Give advice on automobile care and discuss how different types of cars would do on different terrains.

Candle Making

Candle-making is fun and messy and creative. You can learn how to make different types of candles from soy to regular wax. Once you get the hang of it, you will find that you are never at a loss of what to give someone as a gift.


Embroidery is a great hobby for someone who needs to learn to slow down and be in the moment. It is also very popular with hobbyists who enjoy crafting. You can embroider anything you want from spaceships to quotes from movies. Simply learn the basics and then let your imagination fly.

Donate finished and good quality pieces to charity or sell them to raise money for causes. This will allow you to continue enjoying a hobby while nurturing the feeling that you’re doing something worthwhile. Some people really need to feel that their efforts are being practiced for a cause. Donations will allow you to feel like you’re doing something meaningful without sending you into the negative space of trying to make your hobby into a side job.

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