I’m excluding anything technology wise because despite people’s opinions it is subjectively much unhealthier than hobbies that effect your physical well being in a positive way. Also, nature
1: Reading (My first one because I do it the most)
2: Drawing (Only traditional art)
3: Tennis/Basketball (I said both because it just depends on the day and if I can get a tennis teammate or not)
4: Talking to other people IN REAL LIFE (I’m counting this because most people don’t social with others face to face anymore)
5: Looking for bugs
I forgot singing and dancing as well.
I do everything on your list 3+
Do you like bugs? I’m not interested in them that much anymore, but I have pet beetles (blue death feigning beetles) and I pinned bugs for a great while so I have a ton in frames from across the world.
Do you like bugs?
I LOVE bugs, bees (If you couldn’t tell) are my favorite and I have a bunch of bugs pinned as well, but I stopped after a bunch of them got ruined when I sent them to the state fair.
I have been practicing martial arts for 15 years now.
In first is probably rock climbing. Ever since I was young, I always loved the thrill of free-climbing and heights.
In second is hiking. Living in the Northwest, I really just can’t ignore all of the beautiful Mountains and valleys.
In third is boating. I have something called the “origami paddler”, which is a folding Kayak/Stand up board hybrid. I also love taking my Canoe to some of the large lakes around where I live.
Fourth is likely biking. I own a large mountain-bike and cannot resist using it. I normally stay to the roads and trails, I am scared of literally mountain biking, XD.
Fifth is designing. I like to play around with different designs of vehicles before 3D modelling them. I think this also counts as drawing.
Last, in sixth, is messing around with electronics: computer chips, salvaged motors, and all of the other things I salvage form broken drones and electronics.
Oh yeah, I also like to learn Judo.
This seems like fun to me but I’ve never been able to actually do anything with it.
Oh gosh. If those were alive, I would scream.
Motors and computer chips are simple, and fun.
You could say I was into them for a while lol
(These are just a few pics of MANY)
I have to get off of this topic, else I start screaming.
That’s awesome. I’ve raised some butterflies before but I haven’t had any other insect pets.
I have never owned a pet.
I’ve had these beetles for 7.5 months and they should live 6.35 more years (on average).
(and also off topic I think?)
This is the community lounge so it doesn’t really matter. New users won’t see this topic anyways.
Nice, what kind of beetle is it exactly?