There is a lot of evidence to suggest that hobbies have a positive effect on your health and wellbeing. There is also evidence that shows they can play a role in boosting your career. If you are interested in taking up a new hobby, you might be looking for inspiration in terms of what to try. Here are a few examples of exciting hobbies to add to your list.
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Gardening is an excellent hobby for two reasons. Firstly, it encourages you to spend more time outdoors, breathing in fresh air and soaking up that Vitamin D. Secondly, it has been used as a powerful therapy for treating a variety of mental health disorders, including anxiety, depression, OCD, and ADD/ADHD.
You don’t need to have a massive garden in order to enjoy it. In fact, you don’t even have to have an outdoor space at all. Indoor gardening has become quite trendy over the last few years.
A much healthier alternative to smoking, vaping is now considered a fulfilling hobby for many, especially if you experiment with different vape juice flavours.
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Yoga and Meditation
Yoga and meditation go hand in hand and promise to work wonders when it comes to your stress levels and self-awareness.
If you are hesitant to try a class at first, start off by watching a few tutorials on YouTube and giving some of the poses a go.
Once you feel a bit more comfortable with your body and in your abilities, you will be ready to attend a group class with a qualified instructor. You can also consider private lessons if budget allows.
Of all the different water sports to choose from, surfing is one of the most enjoyable and one of the most beginner friendly. This hobby doubles up as great exercise, plus it is a great excuse to hit the beach and spend plenty of time in the water.
Consider signing up for lessons so that you can find your feet, so to speak, and learn how to catch waves like the best of them.
Dancing is another active hobby, but it is so much fun that you won’t even realise that you are exercising. Along with rhythm and movement, dance can teach you lots of other skills too, such as balance and flexibility. It is known to give your confidence a sizeable boost, too. Never mind the fact that there will be a chance to make some new friends.
You will have lots of styles to select from, so be sure to keep looking until you find one that you connect with. Once again, use YouTube to your advantage to explore the different options available to you before signing up for classes.
Enjoy your newfound hobby and the many benefits that come with it.
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