Hobbies can enhance a person’s well being. Many people enjoy hobbies. I know people who enjoy football, baseball, basketball, etc. Many people also enjoy more relaxing or not so physical hobbies. For example, sewing, quilting, or reading. My personal three favorite hobbies are music, scrap booking, and cooking.
Music is something I have done my entire life. At this point in time I sing, play piano, viola, and the oboe. I have been singing since before I can remember. My very first vocal solo was in the 3rd grade in my school musical. I won the part of Mighty Math Mind. I also got to play viola in that same grade. I have been playing viola since the 2nd grade. When I took private lessons it made me feel extraordinary! I decided that music was a definite choice for me. Oboe, oh oboe. The “oh no oboe” as Mr. Alfred would call it. I am the only one in the whole school who plays it. Surprising, right? Not really. I have been playing the oboe since the 5th grade. As you can most likely see, I love music!
Something else I have always enjoyed is scrap booking. My mom’s side of the family lives in the plains of Michigan. On one of our trips there my Aunt Jana showed me her basement. Her basement was full of every scrap booking object you could imagine. She had anything and everything! I’ve been scrap booking since I was in the 3rd grade. Over a lot of time I have collected three whole shelves of a wide variety of scrap booking objects. I believe that I have such a wide variety and amount of scrap booking things because it is such a relaxing hobby.
You can never regret learning how to cook. You develop new skills every time. For example, if you bake a new recipe for cake you might learn that you need to bake it for more or less time depending on the size. Cooking can be quick and simple, hard and long or anything in-between! I have been cooking since I was a little girl. Given that my dad is a fireman, he has to cook a lot at the...
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