Do you prefer to have a skill and start a new hobby or having a hobby and slowly developing skills on it? I prefer to have a hobby and slowly improve on one particular thing.

But either way, both are good and beneficial depending on how you like it. A hobby is something you do for enjoyment or amusement. You do it in your spare time and are not compensated for it. Because hobbies are leisure pursuits, many individuals dismiss them as a “luxury” they cannot afford. Who has time for that, right?

There are a few hobbies that you can have in order to improve your skills or to develop new skills.

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  1.       Cooking

We all know that cooking is not that hard but you have to practice many times before getting better at it. People usually start cooking because they feel interested in doing so but they are not an expert in it. If cooking is your passion you will start to read and learn more about cooking; recipes, techniques and so on. From time to time, you can improve your cooking skills and even make profit out of it. Use your own creativity on how to fully make use of your hobby and make it profitable.

  1.       Sculpture

Sculpture, by definition, requires you to work with the resources you have available and to be attentive of what you’re making, even if it takes several little steps at a time. This is usually a thing that people catch while going to a museum or just by watching videos on the internet. It needs your creativity that you can either simply come out with new ideas or by creating it. Somehow it helps to make you more precise in your work and improve your critical thinking skills.

  1.       Writing

Personally, I am interested in writing because I used to read a lot as a child. Then I started to think “wouldn’t it be nice if I can write?” so I started writing with not much information about writing techniques. After some time, I started learning the right techniques to write, from how to attract readers to writing styles. In writing, you have to brainstorm, read and imagine a lot. It helps to create creativity and makes your mind wander which is a good thing.

  1.       Editing or designing

There are various types of editing such as photo editing, video editing, poster editing and also designing. These hobbies might cost you money but it actually will give you a lot of benefits that you cannot see now. You can also learn for free on the internet and you can join short courses in editing or designing. That will help to improve your editing and designing skills and might as well make you eligible to work with any website designer company in Malaysia.

  1.       Crafting

Many crafts need planning skills. They also allow you to express your creativity in a variety of ways. And when you’re finished with your project–whether it’s a cozy knitted sweater, a chic bookcase, or your wire jewelries – you will have something you can use or give away. It also helps you to have goals which are of good value to yourself.