Most Rewarding Hobbies

Taking up a hobby is a good way to pass the time. While that is true, what most people overlook is that hobbies actually are more than that. They’re an outlet wherein we can release some stress in a healthy manner. We can achieve a sense of relaxation by doing them and we can develop different sets of skills with continuous practice. But what are the most rewarding hobbies that you can take? Here are just a few examples.

Writing

If literature is your passion, then writing might just be the perfect hobby for you. Ever wanted to write that novel you’ve been thinking of writing since high school? Ever wanted to make a world of your own in the form of words and paragraphs? Writing is also a potential money earner for you as there are a lot of sites online that pay for freelance writers. It’s also a way of expressing yourself through artistic literature and you develop your talent in language as well.

Music

Playing instruments is one of the best hobbies to take up. This is because it’s a healthy way of letting out stress while also producing beautiful music in the process. Playing the guitar, piano, flute or any kind of instrument brings an enlightening feeling for both the musician and the audience. Looking at someone playing an instrument makes you want to play as well.

Photography

Take a camera and go out into the world to capture the most pristine moments that you come across everyday. Photography is one of the most popular hobbies today that taken up by both the young and the old. It’s a newfound field of art that captures the present compared to the usual painting, drawing or sketching. Professional photography is another way of earning cash as well.

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Cooking

If the kitchen is your type of playing field, developing your skills in cooking is also an excellent hobby. You explore different techniques in cooking up dishes and experimenting on the various ingredients that you come across. Not only that but you also develop your taste, eventually allowing you to sharpen it to the point that you can tell what’s lacking in a food, if it’s too much salt or what you can put to make it taste even better.

Art and Crafting

Painting, drawing, sketching and just anything artistic is a great way to pass the time and also do something productive. You’re releasing stress in one of the most efficient manner since you’re producing a work that you can display and be appreciated by other people as well. Making crafts is a good way of developing your fine motor skills and creativity, that’s why arts and crafts is one of the subjects taught to children at an early age.

Pets

One of the most endearing and heart-warming hobbies is taking care of pets. It teaches you responsibility of taking care of an animal as it’s easier said than done. It also gives you one of the best rewards that you can ask for – friendship.  Click here for more

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Welcome To The Dartmoor Folk Festival

Plans are well under way for this years Dartmoor Folk Festival which will be held on the 7th, 8th & 9th August 2015 in South Zeal near Okehampton in Devon. We have an exciting mix of performers booked already with more to be confirmed. Check out the artists page and other tabs for details and come back regularly for updates.

Photos courtesy of Cecil Hatfield and Alan Quick.

“It is the most unique/musical gem of a small music festival we have ever been to. It is so DIY- yet  so professional at the same time. Everything organised and arranged by local people” – Matt Gordon & Leonard Podolak 2014

In the words of the late Bob Cann BEM (the festival’s founder) “Yer tiz again – zongs, music and danzin’ from dear ole Dart-i-moor! Welcum to this gurt weekend ‘ope twill run proper zuent!” Proper Job.

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