Some of us have more than others, but almost every one of us has hobbies.
Most of our hobbies have been acquired not by design, but by accident.
In many cases, hobbies are also “imposed” upon us by peer pressure – because our friends are doing it, or our parents thought it was a good idea when we were young.
It is hence quite possible that there are some really unique, interesting hobbies you might have pursued, if only you had deliberately tried to dig out some of those.
Let me help you out in this.
Over the past few days, I had been keen to identify really new hobbies for myself, and in the process, came across a number of interesting (some of them appear really unique) hobbies.
From a simple static model…
…to a paper plane that can fly some distance…
…to making an RC home made plane really cheap.
Astronomy for beginners – introduction to stargazing
Stargazing – getting started in astronomy
Beginner’s archery tutorial
Beatboxing – what is Beatboxing? See also videos below
Beatboxing World Championships
And here’s some beatbox brilliance
Step-by-step instructions on how to make a candle – cool
A short video – a beginner’s candle making guide
Geocaching – What is?
What indeed is it?
Learning a Really New Language such as Chinese or Japanese
How to pick locks – video 1
How to pick locks – video 2
Magic tricks made easy
7 simple magic tricks with common household items
Beginner’s guide to building plastic models
Basic modelling tools – a detailed list
Functional scale models using 3D printers
Shadow puppetry tutorial
How to throw a traditional returning boomerang
Watchmaking – this is a bit of an exclusive and select hobby, possibly not for everyone, but hey, who knows!
Rolex Submariner Watchmaking Demonstration
The art of watchmaking
And oh, before you leave here, you surely should have a laugh on some of the really weird hobbies some people have – watch this out