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National Hobby Month

Jan 25, 2016
January is National Hobby Month. With the new year starting out, it’s a perfect time to pick up a new hobby, whether it’s getting into the ever-so-popular drones or simply scrapbooking to save your memories. We’ve compiled a list of unique hobbies that will kickstart your year!
 
INDOOR HOBBIES
Depending where you live, weather can be a big factor on what new hobbies you can pick up. Here are a few indoor hobbies that will keep you busy.
  1. Scrapbooking
    Now that the holidays have come and gone, it’s a great time to put together a scrapbook. Print our your favorite pictures and decorate your pages with our craft stickers.
  2. Wine Tasting
    Get to know your palate with wine tasting. Whether you’re celebrating, socializing or just hangin’ out, wine tasting is a great hobby to take up with your girlfriends. After you pick out a few bottle of wines, throw a dinner party with our wine charms and bottle stoppers.
  3. Brew Your Own Beer
    Are you a beer lover that’s feeling adventurous? Pick up a new hobby of brewing your own beer. Then invite your boys over for a cold one, but don’t forget to use coasters to keep cleanup a breeze!
  4. Book Club
    The winter is a perfect time to join a book club! When you’re stuck inside on a rainy day, cozied up by the fire, reading is a perfect way to pass the time. Don’t lose your spot, use our cute bookmarks to hold your place.
OUTDOOR HOBBIES
New year, new you! If your new year's resolution was to drop a few lbs, hiking and biking are great hobbies to take up - especially for the anti-gym people out there! Looking for a more social hobby? Gather up your buddies and hit the links!
  1. Hiking
    Hiking is a great way to get active and enjoy mother nature. Grab a couple friends and hit the trails, but don’t lose your keys! Use our handy dandy belt clip carabiner keychain to keep them safe.
  2. Photography
    If you take up hiking as a new hobby, nature photography might interest you as well. You don’t need an expensive camera; your phone camera will work just fine (if you need a new phone case, check out our selection here). Start an Instagram account and get creative. You never know, you may find a hidden talent that you never knew you had!
  3. Biking
    Whether you’re riding with the peloton or just going for a stroll, biking is a great hobby to take up. It’ll make you feel like a kid again or offer a strenuous challenge. Deck out your bike with our bike bells and valve stem caps to show a little personality.
  4. Golf
    If you’re looking for a relaxing hobby that still gets you outside, golf may be for you! If you’re just getting into the sport, you may need our golf divot tool to patch up the green. Playing with a large group? Show your personality with our unique golf balls.
     

Posted by: Kimi Sakamoto