Looking for Something New? A List of 45+ Different Hobbies to Get Into

It’s a brand new year! Looking to make some changes?

A new year helps bring everything into focus. It’s time to commit to new hobbies, habits and goals. What do you need to leave in 2023, and what can you start new in 2024?

Aside from work, friends and family, what do you really enjoy doing?

There’s several benefits to having a hobby. It’s a great way to relieve stress and create a sense of fulfillment outside of work.

If you’re searching for something new and interesting, take a look at this list of side projects and hobbies.

Different Types of Hobbies to Try

Creative Hobbies:

  • Painting
  • Drawing
  • Photography
  • Writing (poetry, short stories, journals)
  • Pottery or ceramics
  • Crafting (knitting, crocheting, scrapbooking)
  • Jewelry
  • Calligraphy or hand lettering
  • Music (playing an instrument, composing, singing)

Physical Hobbies:

  • Local Sport Leagues (soccer, softball, basketball, tennis, etc.)
  • Yoga or Pilates
  • Hiking (Looking for a few recommendations? Check out our Travel posts)
  • Dance (ballet, salsa, hip-hop)
  • Martial arts
  • Rock climbing
  • Cycling or biking
  • Power lifting

Outdoor Hobbies:

Learning-based Hobbies:

  • Learning a new language
  • Cooking or baking
  • Home brewing or wine making
  • DIY home improvement projects
  • Puzzle-solving (crosswords, jigsaw puzzles, escape rooms)

Technology-based Hobbies:

  • Video gaming
  • Coding or programming
  • Building and flying drones
  • 3D printing
  • Virtual reality experiences
  • Electronics

Social Hobbies:

  • Joining a book club
  • Volunteering for a cause you care about
  • Board games or card games with friends or family
  • Organizing or participating in meetups or social events
  • Cooking or baking for friends and family gatherings
  • Local events and festivals

Collecting Hobbies:

  • Collecting stamps, coins, or rare currency
  • Antiquing or collecting vintage items
  • Collecting action figures, toys, or memorabilia
  • Art collecting
  • Collecting rare books or first editions

There’s always something new to learn about and pursue.

Find what interests you and connect with others on social media or at meet ups! You can typically find local Facebook groups within various niches.

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ROSEMARY FIELDS

Content Creator, Creative Designer, Photographer + Videographer

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