What’s your hidden hobby?
As goes the saying “music is the silence between the notes,” so can this be applied to moments when we pause and decide to do something we genuinely enjoy in our busy life schedules. Indeed, in our day to day work lives, it is necessary to take a break, to do something out of the ordinary, something we find particular interest in, this can be found in hobbies.
Benefits of Having a Hobby
Cultivating a hobby can develop some valuable life skills, as well as bonding time with others of similar interests as you. Whether it be fishing, reading, rock climbing, drawing, painting, or snorkeling, finding an activity you enjoy and developing a skill for it will surely improve the quality of your life. When you start building up a passion for a hobby, your brain will start to produce endorphins and your general mental well-being will increase. Endorphins will reduce stress and anxiety, it will be a natural booster to your self-esteem.
Bonding with Hobby Buddies
Finding a hobby will enhance your ability to express yourself, such as showcasing your thoughts and feelings through art, or your love for nature by snorkeling, or your speech vocabulary by reading more. These acquired skills will improve your communication skills and friendships with others of similar interest, it will spark dialogue and fun debate with them.