What is your Hobby?

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Hope you doing well,

Please Comment your hobby here lets see how many of us have same interest. Building wood ship kits is my hobby.

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Hi,

Yup. Grasshoppering… Grasshopperist.

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Hi

Yup. Sub-D Modeling… Sub-Dist.

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Sure, thanks. You?

Experimental architecture and design, creative coding (GH, openFrameworks, Cinder, Processing, etc.), 3D-printing, swimming and exercising, recently Grasshopper plugin development (no teasers!!), reading - mainly fiction (currently “Norstrilia” (1975) by Cordwainer Smith) -, cooking (although a daily chore), drawing, and socializing with friends and family!

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making music!

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Typing code, natural languages (grammar mostly), playing guitar and piano (and oboe when I feel like annoying the neighbors), sketching, reading and watching sci-fi (or speculative fiction as it is called these days), watching motorsport. And playing video games (according Steam I have 252 titles, that is not counting everything prior to Steam, nor anything on PS4).

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Running (3000+ km / year), singing in a choir, reading, hiking

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Cycling in the Alps. And I’ve started learning piano last year to keep me busy during the winter months.

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Mountainbiking, running, movies (going to see Tenet tomorrow - my first “post-Corona” movie trip… Yeah! :star_struck:) and sketching.
-Jakob

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Programming, code challenges

Traditional music (percussion) and dance

https://sites.google.com/site/outremanchemusic/

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My hobby is sailing. So I get all sort of maritime presents. Recently I’ve got such a wood ship kit. I’ve started to build it but I’m not ready yet. I’ll keep that for the winter break… :wink:

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Martial Arts (bjj, Muay Thai), Single Track Mountain Biking

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I like long walks on the beach and Margaritas :rofl:

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I.P.A.!
(…and snowboarding. not at the same time…)

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In no particular order:

Walks in nature

Reading (sci-fi mostly)

Scubadiving (although it has been a few years)

Playing Chinese and Japanese Mahjong :mahjong:

And I started learning Japanse a few months ago to get something good out of 2020 :wink:

よろしくお願いします :jp:

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Funny how we tangentially swapped places during Rhino :grinning:
I grew up in Stuttgart and my hobby was to go over the Alpes over the WE with my XT600 Tenere.
Holiday started at the Fernpass

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Hmm… also in no particular order

Motorcycling in the Alps - lots of passes under my wheels, but still more to go…
Home improvements (I’m always fixing/building something)
Walking/hiking
Photo - although I don’t really consider that as a ‘hobby’ - I did it fairly seriously many years ago and am getting back into it after a long hiatus.

Actually I don’t consider any of the above really ‘hobbies’ - it’s not a word I like to use all that much. More like ‘personal fun and enrichment’ or something like that…

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many … though the most important ones being
Playing violin (classical), aikido (Japanese martial art), specialty coffee, good food (eating and cooking)

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Currently: 3D Printing
Previously: Turning parquet bamboo countertop material into bowls
Previously: Scenic photography
Previously: Model railroading
Previously: Shareware software development

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Great compilation here! Interpreting hobby as something that I do for quality of life and isn’t part of livelihood directly:

  • play games with my kid
  • dharma yoga practice
  • walking and bicycling the streets of NYC
  • plastic arts + digital sculpture
  • daydreaming
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