Every Christmas Hubby states that I have no hobbies. What he really means is that have no hobbies that he wants to shop for. I do have some hobbies, and there are so many more that I could pick u if only I had the time and money, and skill.
Hobby Ideas Homeschool Moms
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We spend so much time as moms, working to care for others that we can completely miss the signs that we need an outlet. Look for simple signs that you need to spend some time recharging you. You might be exhausted, you may feel disconnected from your self and others, or maybe you are experiencing frustrations and short-fused moments lately.
Find something that is just for you, that makes you happy, don’t worry about what others think. I currently have more yarn than I need because my creative outlet is crocheting. I love watching something come together, bonus I get to make stuff for myself and others, like this “Spider Man” blanket.
Hobbies Ideas for Homeschool Moms
There are so many hobbies that homeschool moms could and can start for themselves. The most important thing is to choose something you’ll actually love, regardless of what you believe others will think of it!
Crochet or knitting, or both
Painting or drawing
Writing – poems, stories, a book
Scrapbooking or card making
Gardening – in or outside
Reading and join a book club
Sewing or quilting
Graphic design or web design
Cake or cookie decorating
What is your hobby?