5 Hobbies To Get You Through Your Quarter-Life Crisis

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by Anica Oaks,

Having reached adulthood at last, you may begin to develop a sense of ennui, or boredom, as you settle into a daily routine and possibly a career. By your mid-twenties, you might be ready for a new challenge and fresh excitement to stir your jaded senses. If you are looking to try something new without giving your life a complete makeover, taking up new hobbies that are fun, stimulating, and possibly even lucrative might just be the answer.

Writing

You don’t need a college degree in English or journalism to write. Start by keeping a journal of your daily high points or challenges. Explore how you feel about new people or experiences. Your next step might be to write a few poems or song lyrics. The release of creative artistry may be just what you crave to provide deep-seated satisfaction. You may even decide to try publishing a blog with ads for profit or writing magazine articles for pay. Writing is fun and can be easy if you really want to do it. There are plenty of self-help Library online resources.

Art

Release the budding artist in your soul by experimenting with a variety of art forms. Try easel paints, chalk, or even pencil and pad. Take a class to learn the watercolor glazing technique, which may be the specialty to bring joy to your life. You might want to work with clay or other structural materials, or try weaving, embroidering, or crocheting. Art knows no bounds for the hobby enthusiast and can even be great for your mental health.

Travel

If you have a little extra time and money, take a few trips to experience new places and cultures. Travel truly broadens the mind and will provide delightful memories for years to come. For an adventurous twist, study a foreign language and visit an overseas destination with a tour group or friends to see the world through a completely different lens. Traveling is an exciting hobby for all age groups.

Learning

Take a non-credit class to learn a new skill. In fact, some people enjoy learning so much that they become life-long students, taking occasional classes to try something new or different. You could enroll in a cooking class, study a less-common sport like archery or fencing, or register for a course that teaches religion or history. Any of these could introduce you to a brand-new hobby that you can pursue for years to come.

Cycling

Cycling has many physical health benefits, including improving strength and stamina, increased cardiovascular fitness, and better joint mobility. In addition to these pros of cycling, it can also lead decreased stress and anxiety levels. Your quarter-life crisis does not mean that your life is over, but it does mean that you are aging just a bit more. One great way to cope with this is being more active, whether through cycling or any other physical activity.

If you are ready for an adventure and looking for something different, find new hobbies to try that will enrich and fulfill your life.

Millennial Magazine

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