3 Creative Hobbies That Could Enrich Your Life (And Stop You Getting Bored)

I consider myself to be quite a creative person. Today, I wanted to draw your attention towards a few creative hobbies that could enrich your life. This post could help you to find your niche, or give you a few ideas for things to dabble in. Maybe this post will help to inspire you, and you’ll think of something perfect? If nothing else, the pastimes mentioned on this page will ensure you never become bored in your spare time. Who knows? You might even become good at them and change your life entirely. Stranger things have happened!

Painting/drawing

If you used to excel in your art classes at school, you probably have at least some talent for drawing or painting. It’s such a shame that you’re not using that skill at the moment, and I think you should. With that in mind, perhaps you might join a local art class to spend more time with a brush in your hand? For most people, finding the time to draw at home is almost impossible. There is always something more important you could do to use your time. However, setting an hour aside each week and attending a class will mean you get to create art in a relaxed environment. The only distractions you encounter will come from other artists in the same room. You can find more things to draw when you’re bored at http://www.listreallife.com/fun-and-cool-things-to-draw/.

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Songwriting/performing

Contrary to popular belief, anyone can write a song, and anyone can perform. You don’t have to have the best singing voice to enjoy yourself. Indeed, some of the most famous singers in the world struggle to produce a note in tune – just consider Ian Brown for a moment! You just need to find a subject matter that interests you. After you’ve written hundreds of songs, you will improve your technique and things will become easier. Representatives from Nationwide Disc say recording your songs and creating CDs is easier than ever. So, maybe you’ll become the next Lucy Spraggan in a few year’s time.

Fashion designing

Now we’ve come to my preferred suggestion – fashion! You don’t need to have attended a top school to design clothes for yourself. You just need a pencil and some paper in truth. Your imagination sets the only limitations. There is lots of inspiration for you everywhere. Once you have some beautiful designs, you could get in touch with a friend who knows their way around a sewing machine. With a bit of luck, you could have the clothing made in a couple of days. So, you’ll never stand next to someone wearing the same dress at your favourite nightclub again!

Whatever you decide to do, always try to use your imagination to brighten your day. Creating art in any form is an enjoyable experience for the individual. However, you could also bring joy to millions of others if you have the right talents and play your cards right. I’m off to design a light, flowing dress for my summer holiday right now, so I’ll see you next time!

Are You Living Your Purpose?

Something I’ve pretty much always thought about, and I know a lot of others do too, is living a purpose. Some people don’t believe we are here for any reason at all. That it’s all one big fluke. I think a little differently. I believe we’re all put here to do something important, and to learn lessons along the way. Not necessarily change the whole world, no – but change the world around us, and our own realities, yes.

I’ve thought long and hard about what my purpose could be. Yet I never came up with an answer. I felt indecisive, and only ended up in jobs (many of which I hated) through a stroke of luck. However, it’s dawned on me that my purpose isn’t just going to smack me in the face, and I doubt yours is either. To find a purpose, we need to go looking for it. This shouldn’t be difficult, though. It definitely isn’t about giving yourself a headache mulling over your options each day. It’s about following those little instincts and niggles that you just can’t shake off. Doing things you really enjoy, following ideas and intuition, and seeing where they lead you. That’s why I’m not worried. As I make sure I follow the things that make me light up inside, I know I’m on the right path, whether I’m living my ‘purpose’ or not. We’re always exactly where we need to be. There’s no right or wrong, only lessons!

Don’t worry if you don’t feel like you’re living your purpose yet. Everyone has their own unique timing. Start thinking about what lights you up and how you could make a difference, and you’ll get there. Here’s an inforgraphic that could inspire you!


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