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Is it bad to have lots of hobbies?
Having too many hobbies can cost you unnecessary time and money. Figure out a small handful of core hobbies to focus on and discard the rest as active interests. I’ll be the first to admit that I have a lot of interests. At the same time, virtually every hobby I want to dabble in has some sort of cost.
How many hobbies can a person realistically have?
So, how many hobbies should you have? Truthfully, you can have as many hobbies as you want but it’s generally agreed upon that you should at least one hobby from each category e.g. leisure, creative, and productive (we’ll explain them in a moment).
Why is it good to have multiple hobbies?
That’s because Lucht contends that having hobbies across multiple or all of the categories can not only be fun, but can also contribute to keeping the mind, body, and spirit healthy and fulfilled.
Can I have more than one hobby?
It’s possible to blend some hobbies together, so you can enjoy the benefits of both at the same time. There are probably endless ways that you could combine two hobbies into one and thereby maximize your time. Think about what activities you might be able to do at once.
What do I do if I have too many interests?
How to choose when you have too many interests
- Create a philosophy. Creating a philosophy doesn’t have to be well, so philosophical.
- Engage in many activities and experiment. Clarity comes from engagement, not thought- Marie Forleo.
- Pick your interest and run with it.
- Define your goals.
What do you do when you have so many interests?
Can I have two hobbies?
It’s possible to blend some hobbies together, so you can enjoy the benefits of both at the same time. For example, I often listen to podcasts about minimalism or other things I’m learning while I’m editing my photos or cooking.