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that loves computer games, and one of her favourite games is World Of Warcraft. We're just amazed she still has time to write and read! 😮 Tell us what hobbies you have as well as reading?

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Hobbies are important. They give us an outlet outside of work and every day commitments. Allow us the time and opportunity to pursue something we enjoy, something that makes us feel good, happy and content.

If you have foreign music hobbies follow me on Instagram. Let’s make some play dates,

Think I'm just gonna drink some coffee, get stoned and paint all day. Like this one?

We've been asking about your unlikely hobbies on this morning and one listener sent in this photo of their "eggery" hobby (emptying out an egg and then using the shell to create a little decoration). This one fittingly has an theme.

Bryan Celis is a Mortgage Closer at a PenFed branch in Guam! Bryan is an amateur cyclist who races on the island, loves photography and just returned from a trip to Australia!

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It kind of fascinates me that a common trope within the psychological horror genre is one or more characters having a specific interest obsession that becomes staple to their lifestyle (If not immediately deadly). Usually it’s triggered by a specific circumstance and usually that circumstance is traumatic.

And I look around at reality and there’s people that are like… “mass shootings scared me so I bought a bunch of guns and got really into shooting so I can protect myself. I’m totally not scared anymore haha” but like. They have practically no other hobbies and their personality is now 90% gun facts and it’s difficult to hold a conversation with them about literally anything else.

Listen there’s a line between hobby and obsession and y'all clearly have some sort of PTSD. Hobbies are developed out of interest, not fear, otherwise you’re literally living the life of a psychological horror character.

This ain’t specific to just gun nuts mk be critical of your own hobbies. Maybe you’re afraid of being too weak to physically defend yourself that you obsess over workouts and diets. Maybe you’re afraid of appearing ignorant so you obsess over political discourse. All situations ultimately cause you more stress than relief of your fear.

Seek help and help fight the stigma against mental health. Those characters don’t often have happy endings. Change your ending.

I am off this Friday so I am planning on trying to get out a pattern or two to make up for the fact that I didn’t get a pattern out last weekend.

I am working on a hoodie pattern for Ken and the pocket skirt pattern I started working on a few weeks back. I have the pieces finalized and I have one more of each cut out to sew. The skirt pattern has already been digitized, I just have to do a little more work on the waist band and the hoodie was pretty good on the first draft, just a little long.

I also plan on revising the pattern I shared most recently to add ¼" seam allowance (which I only recently realized was missing) and also a Ken version that is just a little larger and longer.

We will see how it goes! I’m making no promises lol, I may get distracted and play video games instead. I recently got Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles for the Switch and I have been enjoying it quite a bit!!


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I get so caught up in wanting to be successful that I literally forgot that it’s ok to do things just because you like them. 

You don’t have to be the best at everything you do: write a shitty story, scribble out a doodle, sing a song without worrying about how it sounds. listen to a new artist without feeling the pressure to know everything they’ve ever created. don’t put so much pressure on yourself, and have fun with things regardless of your skill level

10 Apr 19 - Day 56

When it comes to life the critical thing is whether you take things for granted or take them with gratitude.


Question #1: “I am grateful for , because .”

I am grateful for opportunities to manage my ego because I need to learn to not think I’m better than others.

Question #2: “What am I looking forward to today (or tomorrow)?”

I am looking forward to sleeping in tomorrow.

Question #3: What is your favorite habit, and why it is an important part of your daily routine?

Listening to music during Washing/shower time.

Honestly, ignore the ever-loving hell out of people who go out of their way to push their unsolicited distaste for your harmless interests and hobbies.

“Fanfiction isn’t real writing, and most of it is junk!”

“Tai Chi is the worst martial art you can take, it’s trash!”

“Another basic chick playing the ukulele? So original.”

“Ew, you like cartoons? They’re for children.”

“Your poetry/writing is so edgy, tone it down.”

“Only traditional/digital art is good, the other is just lazy.”

“Robotics is for nerds (which is bad).”

“Wow, you’re in GSA? You must be a special snowflake.”

And on, and on, and on.

These negative attitudes come from people who place too much importance on their own opinions and experiences, and while it’s okay to dislike things, there’s really no valid reason to take these people’s opinions seriously because it’s just nonconstructive, subjective naysaying. Don’t give it any of your attention.

Don’t structure your worth, identity, or harmless interests around the subjective opinions of people who would rather belittle others’ hobbies instead of putting effort into finding or improving their own.