Thread: I need a hobby
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Old 05-13-2018, 07:48 PM   #18
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Default Re: I need a hobby

Our family loves hiking, which in the flatlands of western Ky is really just a happy stroll in the woods. Or you could do a couch to 5K thing together and train for runs. Group class at a local gym together? I know you said you gave up on sewing, but simple, strip-pieced patchwork quilts are super easy and fun to do together.

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Originally Posted by Victorious View Post
I know part of my problem is the internet. I think it's ADHD related, but I constantly crave information. I'm always researching and going on bunny trails and glued to my phone, not for social media, but to learn something new! I realize it's not healthy, but it's what I crave so much.
Just wanted to say that this is SO ME too. I'm exactly the same way. Not sure what to do about it, but wanted you to know you aren't alone.
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