* beer making
* beer tasting
* home automation
* board games
* video games
* wood chopping
* wood stacking
* computer building
* knowing more about tools than the guys at home depot
* making threatening letters from cut up magazines
* bee keeping
* world building (RPG only)
* riding a motorcycle
* ice sculpting
* poorly playing the bagpipes much to the annoyance of your neighbors
* volunteering at the SPCA
* adventure racing
* hackysac at the dead mall
* smoking cigars
* starting a startup
* model rockets
* beard growing
* leg waxing
* binge watching Friends
* binge watching HIMYM
* comparing Friends to HIMYM for similar stories 10 years apart
* binge watching Fuller House
* binge drinking after watching Fuller House
* visiting local ERs
* coffee roasting
* delivering food for Meals on Wheels/similar
* wearing your phone in a cradle outside your pants in public
* ice fishing
* road tripping to roadside America tourist traps
* becoming obsessed with your instapot
* raising $$ for a cause
Couple things that came to mind off the top of my head. No worries if none excite you.
* Edit - some of these are obviously tongue in cheek. Please don't binge drink just because you watched Fuller House
* Edit 2 - added a few more - https://www.reddit.com/r/AdviceAnimals/comments/7qbf7h/life_outside_of_work/dso2e4i/
Do you enjoy your job? A chief engineer for a very prominent tech company makes it very clear to people that he has no hobbies because there is nothing he loves to do more than invent. Maybe your work is what you enjoy?
I have a sweet tempered little dog so I got us certified to do therapy visits at the seniors residence near us. Win-win-win situation. The seniors love his visits. He loves the attention. I love showing him off and talking about him.
It also puts my life into perspective. I'm senior (65) myself, but I'm healthy and still have most of my brain cells. I see my future in these people, but for now - I can bring them some joy. I hear all their stories about dogs and cats that they had over the years.
Major endorphin release.
I just bought a Switch. Holy shit this Mario game.
I took up Ukulele after having kids because I’m stuck home with them and want to be able to learn and entertain them at the same time. It’s fun, the easiest instrument to learn (according to Guinness world records) and if you want there are local groups you can show up to and play along.
We belong to a running club that meets Saturday mornings, it is a great way to get some endorphins, see some scenery, and then have an excuse to eat like crap afterwards.
Great way to get overweight...empty life with depression. Add spice of anxiety when you watch the news.
Literally 5 minutes ago I was just outside having my morning smoke and coffee, agonizing over this very same thing. I've been suffering from extreme depression for as long as I can remember now, and I was reflecting on how painful my free time is because I have nothing to do.
I'm too poor to do most things, I want to write, but nothing will flow and I feel like anything I would write would be shit anyways, and I'm basically alone in the city I now live. It terrifies me to my core. I'm 33 and I feel like it's too late to get into anything at this point.
Wish you the best brother.
DUDE - Go try disc golf - I'm totally serious. Great exercise, gets you outside, a ton of fun. You can play by yourself but I guarantee you will make friends out there. It's a blast. Come stop by /r/discgolf and see what it's all about.
Taking a glance at your post history, Reddit is clearly your hobby.
I used to have hobbies, but now I moved across the world and can't do them. Today I'll be going out on a walk with my skateboard. Something I haven't done in about two months.
I hope I find some hobbies soon. Some that I can do with other people. Maybe geocaching
Smoke weed and play video games, ayee
This doesn't seem like the right way to use this meme
I enjoy cooking and I also recently received my medical marijuana card. My new hobbie is making edibles. It's fun, I can be creative, I'm helping people and also making some extra cash.