27 Hobby Quotes

27 Hobby Quotes

A collection of hobby quotes to inspire and encourage you.

  1. Engage in tasks and hobbies that bring you joy, like reading a book or going for a run.” Jeff Gunn
  2. We do not develop anything with one giant step. No matter who you are, or what you do, each one of us had had to take a lot of individual steps to accomplish a task, a job, a career, or even a hobby. Each step serves to move us forward even if it is an inch at a time. Catherine Pulsifer, Little Steps
  3. Retirement gives you the time literally to recreate yourself . . . Steven D. Price

  4. Retirement gives you the time literally to recreate yourself through a sport, game, or hobby that you always wanted to try or that you haven’t done in years. Steven D. Price, How to Survive Retirement
  5. It is in our leisure hours that we are permitted to follow our “hobbies,” and it is in them that our truer selves find expression. Many of the greatest men in the world’s history achieved their fame outside of their regular occupations in the spare moments of time which most people think are of no serious use. Nixon Waterman
  6. We should make some time in between and organize our life, relax ourselves and spend more time with our family, friends, and pursue our own hobbies. Robert Gallagher, Stress Management:
  7. Today is life – the only life you are sure of. Make the most of today. Get interested in something. Shake yourself awake. Develop a hobby. Let the winds of enthusiasm sweep through you. Live today with gusto.” Dale Carnegie
  8. Happy is the man who can make a living by his hobby. George Bernard Shaw

  9. Happy is the man who can make a living by his hobby. George Bernard Shaw
  10. A common place routine for many thousands of people is to sit down in front of your T.V. and watch several hours of television programming. Here’s one solution you might want to consider. Put down that remote TV controller and spend the time normally taken watching TV to a task, hobby, or project instead. Catherine Pulsifer We Never Seem to Have Enough Time
    Words of Encouragement
  11. A close and thoughtful reading of the table of contents will move you way ahead in getting your mind around a book and its contents with the least effort. Gary Hoover, The Lifetime Learner’s Guide to Reading and Learning
  12. Having a hobby is a great way to reduce the amount of stress you feel. Craig W. Baird, A Complete Guide for Single Dads
    Stress Relief
  13. For those of us who consider ourselves photographers, photography usually starts out as a hobby. Kristen Jensen, How to Start a Home-based Wedding Photography Business
  14. Each individual has a definition of passion but not all of these definitions have to do with what you earn a living from. Some people have a passion for a certain hobby whether that is as an active participant or from a sideline fan, or something they have a great deal of pleasure doing as a hobby like golf, tennis, skiing, bowling, or building model planes. Byron Pulsifer, Work Schedule
  15. Hobbies may eventually grow into a major activity that brings money. Sunday Adelaja
    Poems About Life
  16. Surround yourself with what you love . . . George Carlin

  17. Surround yourself with what you love, whether it’s family, pets, keepsakes, music, plants, hobbies, whatever. George Carlin
    Inspirational Poems
  18. In their time away from work and the hassles of daily life, people tend to display their passions and personal interests. Someone’s hobbies can reveal a lot about their personality. David S. Walton, Influence: The Influence Blueprint
  19. There is no better confidence or self-esteem boost than learning a new skill, trade, piece of software, or even a new hobby. It will give you that sense of accomplishment we all like to experience.” Christopher Epstein, Self Esteem
  20. Reading is the noblest of all the hobbies, that is why people mention it so frequently in their resume even if they don’t read much. Amit Kalantri
  21. Find a way to relax that takes you to a joyful level, a level that quits the nerves and allows thoughts to be calm. One of these relaxing moods can be instilled through a hobby and one that brings you satisfaction and one that thoroughly involves your mind in something different than that which you do for work, or is a necessity. Byron Pulsifer, The Tonic Of Life
  22. Martial arts is such a great hobby for a lawyer-executive type like myself because it not only forces you to relieve physical and mental tension, but also forces you to maintain your physical fitness, which gets much harder as you age. Cash Nickerson, Listening as a Martial Art
  23. Get A Hobby

  24. One of the greatest ways to triumph over wanting to eat constantly is to teach yourself how to focus on something else — something you enjoy doing. In other words, get a hobby! Nancy S. Mure
  25. To find an absolute passion in your life is to look beyond what you do for a living, or have as a hobby. It is to look at who you are, what you stand for, and what makes you want to jump out of bed early on a Saturday morning even though you have no need to rise early. Byron Pulsifer, Do You Dare
    Being Yourself
  26. If some of us are driven to fill our days with work, with accomplishments, with meetings, exchanges of one kind or another, we need to apportion those hours with time for our children, our lovers, our thoughts, our hobbies, our true selves. Jonathon Lazear, Meditations for Men Who Do Too Much
  27. There are more opportunities now than ever before to even make a small, part-time business out of a hobby you love. Sarah Lillard, DIY Liquid Soaps for Beginner
  28. Knitting is a relaxing hobby that you can do anytime, anywhere. It is also cheaper because you do not need to buy a lot of materials and equipment. Tatyana Williams, Knitting Socks
  29. The main thing to remember is this. Your new hobby is supposed to be fun. Mark D. Smith, Metal Detecting
    Daily Motivation
  30. Hobby means doing something for the fun of it, not necessarily to make a living. Theresa A. Husarik, Hobby Farming For Dummies
    Stress Relief
  31. There are two categories of people who need hobbies – sick people and well people. Hobbies are good cures for self-pity, idleness and loneliness – three great enemies of convalescents. For well people, hobbies are a preventive against overfatigue and many kinds of nervous ailments. In addition, oldsters who feel their usefulness slipping away may find they can continue to serve and possibly to earn by means of a hobby. Running a magazine stand or operating a small vegetable garden may keep a man in his seventies on his feet for years to come. Hobbies and long life go together. An avocation is good medicine for young and old. Fannie Brooks
    Quotes about Life

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