How to find hobby?

Hi guys,

Today I am returning after another break. It took me a lot of time to adjust to new routine, which becoming a mum forced on me. I thought I got it, but soon I’ve realised that “Naaah πŸ˜‰ “. Fortunately, it seems that we are getting there. I started to understand what each kind of my son crying means (yeah, children really have different kinds of crying, for different needs; amazing!) and life is starting to get a bit easier. At least till we’ll get to the teething stage πŸ˜‰

Although my son is the cutest human being to me and I could talk about him without any break (I know, I know… it sounds like every mother in the world), but he is not a subject of this post. Actually, I would like to talk about some aspect of life, probably every one had a problem with at least once. And this problem is: What to do?

Very often we hear from our friends or family members that they have an amazing hobby to spend time on. Even if we don’t know anyone with such hobby, we are bombarded with stories of successful people, who turned their hobby into work and they are earning money by doing what they love. I wouldn’t like to talk about my feelings about turning hobbies into job now (I might write another post on this subject, as it is actually quite interesting subject), but today I will focus on how to find a hobby, if we don’t have one. The way I will present to you just in a minute isn’t my invention (I actually saw itΒ here; video is in polish, but I will attempt to present you this idea).

Author of this video suggests to look around and find some interesting things, which could possibly become our hobby. We still are not sure, whether we are going to like it or not so we should give it a go and test it. If after 30 days of doing any particular activity we’ll decide that this is not your thing, you can simply leave it after this period of time and try another activity. However, if you will decide that this is something you really enjoy doing and you are looking forward to do it again, you spend more time on performing this activity while still looking for other.

Why 30 days? This time will allow you to decide, if you like doing something. Sometimes beginning is hard and as soon as you will start understanding basic rules of doing this activity, you are starting to enjoy it. Or some activity will seem to be perfect, but as soon as you will start learning more about it, you might actually realise that you don’t like to do it any more.

Why shouldn’t you stop searching? You have found your dreamed activity, so why should you? Well, you are right, but at the same time, you found it because you’ve tried. How do you know, if there isn’t any better activity? Or maybe you will like something as much as this first one? This way, you might be sure that you are doing things you have chosen, not because of someone advised you. You’ve tried it yourself, so you know that given activities are perfect to such unique human being, which you are.

I haven’t tried this technique yet. I’ve presented it today, but I will share my opinion on it after testing and when I’ll have some thoughts. I have already prepared list of potential activities I can try and wish me good luck πŸ˜‰

And this is everything for today’s post. I wish you a very productive day and I’ll see you in my next post.

Daria

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