How do you relax? Do you feel guilt over the ways that you relax? How do you balance the “good” relaxation methods with the less-than-stellar ones?
Right now, the world is… a Lot. I’m stressed, you’re stressed, we’re all stressed! Here are some of the ways we “keep calm and carry on”…
Hiker readers, experienced or otherwise, what is your favorite hiking gear for women? Any lessons you’ve learned about what NOT to use/wear/buy?
If you’re a sewist or a knitter, how did you get started with the hobby? Have you tried making your own workwear? What are your favorite sources for knitting or sewing patterns for workwear outfits?
What life phases can you see if you look at your life? For those of you who’ve been through many phases and now have the benefit of hindsight — what do you wish you’d learned in each phase of life?
Readers, have you taken any virtual classes with friends and family — what classes have you tried, and through where? We rounded up a few options for virtual cooking classes, arts & crafts classes, and wellness & fitness classes.
Over the years I’ve collected a ton of great tips on how to write a novel — but I’ve never actually written one. So I’m sharing some of the best advice I’ve seen over the years, but I’d love to hear yours as well!
NOT THAT KIND OF GARDENING.
I recently read about how having a non-verbal hobby is so important, and started thinking about other needs that hobbies might be/could be fulfilling…
What hobbies and other part-time pursuits are on your bucket list — but maybe tabled until you have more time? Novels, languages, civic involvement… let’s hear it!
Let’s talk about networking, ladies — what are the most unconventional ways to build your network? What have you tried? Today, Rebecca Berfanger is sharing some ideas of her own, but we’d love to hear from you — what are the unconventional ways to build your network that really work? Can something as unrelated to … Read More about Four Unconventional Ways to Build Your Network
On one of our older Hobby Wednesday posts, a reader noted that making digital photo albums were her jam — and I thought OH YES, me too. I made some great ones when I was younger with physical photos and mementos (my teenaged summer at Harvard Summer School is TOTALLY well documented, as is my … Read More about Hobby Wednesday: How to Get Started with Digital Photo Books