We are started this website with a simple goal, to help people find and develop their passions through different hobbies. This online community is meant to be a place where people can come to discover new hobbies they have never tried, learn how to get started, and share their experiences and recommendations with others as they progress.
In a world where materialism, multi-tasking, stress, and unhealthy habits seem all too common, it is time to return to the basics. The rewards reaped from learning the fundamental skills needed to navigate life and its challenges are immeasurable and so worth the effort.
At hobbies.com you will learn how to:
- Experience total wellness
- Become more productive and successful at work and in your personal life
- Cultivate happiness and contentment
- Develop meaningful and lasting relationships with others, both personal and professional
- Experience authentic power and success
- Make a difference with your life and in the lives of others
- Live a meaningful life
5 Reasons Everyone Should Have a Hobby
- Creativity: Most hobbies require creativity and developing creativity through a hobby can transfer directly into creativity at work. There are not many ways on the job to develop creativity and this skill is extremely important in today’s business world. In job interviews I always ask people what they do for fun because it provides great insight into their personality, creativity and passion.
- Confidence: Hobbies build confidence because being good at something and learning something new is very rewarding. Job roles and responsibilities change so often we are often faced with learning new things. The confidence you gain from challenging yourself in your hobby can help prepare you for learning new things at work.
- Reduce Negative Stress: Getting caught up in something you enjoy doing is great for relieving stress because it refocuses your mind on something that you enjoy. Hobbies that require some level of physical activity also create chemical changes in our body that help reduce stress but even if your hobby does not require physical activity you can still benefit. Getting a break from stress at work and doing something you enjoy can rejuvenate the mind and help better prepare you to handle the challenges in the future.
- Socialize: The internet provides endless ways to connect with people that enjoy doing the same things that you do. This is a great opportunity to meet new people, discuss your hobby and get more involved with bigger groups. Many of my best friends are people I have met through my hobbies and it is an easy way to make new friends when you travel or move to a new area. It is also a great way to make friends at work and in similar jobs at different organizations.
- Personal Development: I talked about creativity and confidence already but the personal development does not stop there. I currently work in technology and it is because of my hobby that I ended up here. I learned many skills, such as video/photo editing, writing, photography, web design, etc… that were a complete byproduct of my hobby. This will happen to you too. You may end up running a local club, maintaining a website, creating flyers, helping with fundraisers, etc… These all translate into real skills you can use on the job.