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    Learn a new hobby maybe something like knitting, its relaxing and a lot of fun.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    My life was pretty much based on social media or just doing assignments or watching TV. If I ever went out it would be to town. My friends never meet up

    When I come bk from college it's pretty much college work and just go on my phone.

    Any tips to make my life fun?

    What do you enjoy doing?
    What's your hobby?
    Do you prefer staying Indoors/ Outdoors?
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    (Original post by kalclash)
    Join a local running club. Sign up to a marathon or other running event and start following a training program.

    Be productive with your hobbies.
    Never knew there were such events?

    (Original post by Mrs.Grey)
    Nope! I draw, write, dance and I generally watch a lot of YouTube videos and shows. I'm also really creative so I create a lot of things. For example, I made my own castille soap because my acne which helped a lot.
    Interesting,you write books on whatpad?

    Dancing =haram
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm not that fussed. Any other ideas lol?

    Well I can read it! I'm sure once your motivated it's not difficult. I'm planning on using youtube tutorial
    Idk, you must have a passion of some sort, what subjects do you enjoy at school?
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    (Original post by niv1234)
    Learn a new hobby maybe something like knitting, its relaxing and a lot of fun.
    I was considering it.

    (Original post by Tasnia'x)
    What do you enjoy doing?
    What's your hobby?
    Do you prefer staying Indoors/ Outdoors?
    Enjoy going outside nature parks if the weather is good.

    I don't really have a hobby. I kinda use to skip. I watch soaps and planning on learning a new language.

    I prefer indoors if weather is bad, outdoor is the weather is nice
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    Idk, you must have a passion of some sort, what subjects do you enjoy at school?
    I'm at college, I enjoy science
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm at college, I enjoy science
    Hmm... That's a toughy, maybe do the Olympiad or work experience in the industry of your choice
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    Hmm... That's a toughy, maybe do the Olympiad or work experience in the industry of your choice
    Well I'm caring and find happiness in improving people lives and making them smile 😊
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    get on a train to the very last stop then get on another one to the very last stop ... that will be very fun
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    (Original post by carolinrev)
    get on a train to the very last stop then get on another one to the very last stop ... that will be very fun
    Loool 😂😂 is that all u could think of?
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    Theres loaaads you can do! Go to the gym, drive down to the beach or a lido if it's sunny with your friends. I work too which fills up time, so getting a job is a good idea. Also you can just go out for lunch or dinner with people, I literally eat out allll the time. Maybe go to parties with your friends, or clubbing or something if you're old enough?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Loool 😂😂 is that all u could think of?
    there are other things.....
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    (Original post by carxto)
    Theres loaaads you can do! Go to the gym, drive down to the beach or a lido if it's sunny with your friends. I work too which fills up time, so getting a job is a good idea. Also you can just go out for lunch or dinner with people, I literally eat out allll the time. Maybe go to parties with your friends, or clubbing or something if you're old enough?
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    I can't drive , friends never meet outside College ,and I can't do clubbing
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hard Question Idk Apart From Going Near Nature Eg. Parks and going for walks and take pics.

    I like watching soaps and learning new things
    It sounds like botany, horticulture and photography are your things. I remember when I was little I used to study the morphology of different species and drew diagrams of how each species could be related. Of course, I later found out that Darwin beat me to it. It's actually quite a fun thing to do, I'd recommend starting with feline and canid species if you're interested. If you find yourself fascinated by the patterns which appear in nature you should definitely check out fractal art. It's quite a nice pass time, you just write a function into some fractal plotting software and watch the magic happen. 3D modelling is also pretty fun. Personally I suck at it but it's quite relaxing forming all the polygons in your mesh. It's weird, those little triangles and squares are therapeutic in a way.

    One other thing I like doing is designing molecules. I'm nerdy like that. Obviously I'm not working with the actual chemicals, just molymods. It's like playing with Lego or doing some stuff in Blender/3DSMax. It's more than just building though, you can use them to solve real world problems too.
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    (Original post by Peroxidation)
    It sounds like botany, horticulture and photography are your things. I remember when I was little I used to study the morphology of different species and drew diagrams of how each species could be related. Of course, I later found out that Darwin beat me to it. It's actually quite a fun thing to do, I'd recommend starting with feline and canid species if you're interested. If you find yourself fascinated by the patterns which appear in nature you should definitely check out fractal art. It's quite a nice pass time, you just write a function into some fractal plotting software and watch the magic happen. 3D modelling is also pretty fun. Personally I suck at it but it's quite relaxing forming all the polygons in your mesh. It's weird, those little triangles and squares are therapeutic in a way.

    One other thing I like doing is designing molecules. I'm nerdy like that. Obviously I'm not working with the actual chemicals, just molymods. It's like playing with Lego or doing some stuff in Blender/3DSMax. It's more than just building though, you can use them to solve real world problems too.
    I don't find it interesting tbh , apart from normal photography via phone
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    I can relate unfortunately.
    :cry:
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    (Original post by loveleest)
    I can relate unfortunately.
    :cry:
    Aww lol😯 we can make changes
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Aww lol😯 we can make changes
    I'm going to try and find a hobby.

    Although, I have just recently got a part time job so
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    (Original post by loveleest)
    I'm going to try and find a hobby.

    Although, I have just recently got a part time job so
    Same. I need a job
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    You are into the wrong things. No one likes those things in all honesty. Seriously? Science? You need to get cooler hobbies like doing sports or listen to rap.
 
 
 
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