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Make Money from Your Eating Hobby

I’m not telling a joke. You can make money from your eating hobby, I swear. An eating lover is a person who does not just want to full up his empty bell, he also love the feeling that taste and smell bring him. He love trying new food and new way to cook and enjoy food. So if these are all about you, here is your oportunity.

How can you earn money from your eating hobby?

1. Taste new kind of food and write a review about it

A traditional food or a new cuisine of a restaurant… You can taste it and then write a review about it. Then you can sell your review to some fodd and restaurant magazines. Or you can sell it on some review buing website and earn money from them.

2. Write introduction for a restaurant

They will pay you to write a nice introduction for them.

3. Become a professional taster

You can have a high salary with that job. The only thing that you need to do is tasta as more food as possible and try to analyse them by your tongue. By and by you will become a professional taster.

4. Create new recipes

As an artist who combining several kind of sound together and create a new song. You will combine several kind of taste and smell to create a new food. You can sell your recipe to the restaurant, write a cooking book or you can open your own restaurant and cook with your own recipe.

5. Discover new kind of food

Do you know that in Indochina, people eat the ducks when they are still in the egg? Or have you ever hear that the Vietnamese eat cat meat?

You can discover several kind of food and then you can sell your information.

Online shopping hobby

Online shopping is the process of buying goods and services from merchants who sell on the Internet. Since the emergence of the World Wide Web, merchants have sought to sell their products to people who surf the Internet. Shoppers can visit web stores from the comfort of their homes and shop as they sit in front of the computer.
Consumers buy a variety of items from online stores. In fact, people can purchase just about anything from companies that provide their products online. Books, clothing, household appliances, toys, hardware, software, and health insurance are just some of the hundreds of products consumers can buy from an online it make like a hobby in toays...

hobbies for housewives

Aren’t toddlers fun? I have a post coming in a few days that talks more extensively about my life with a toddler. Cora is giving her siblings a run for their money when it comes to toddlers who get themselves into a whole lot of trouble when mom isn’t looking. Her latest trick, throwing things in the kitchen garbage. This would be great if she was actually throwing away garbage, but she is throwing away things like silverware, cups, toys, and tupperware. Because of the way our garbage disposal is set up, we can’t fit a trash can under the kitchen sink so it is out in the open. It has a lid- but Cora quickly figured out how to get that open.
Hefty Trash Bags Review or My Life with a Toddler
After I realized that the reason we have no forks is because they were all sitting at the city dump I quickly moved the trash can into the pantry. Let’s just say that The Happier Husband was not happy with garbage sitting in the pantry. I wasn’t thrilled with it either, but I really like eating my food with silverware.
About that same time as the “garbage-gate” was unfolding, the folks at Hefty contacted me and asked if I would review their new unscented trash bags with odor block technology. The fact that they were unscented got me interested (I personally do not like anything scented) and if they blocked odor this might be a solution to our trash can in the pantry problem.
I have to admit, that I was a bit skeptical at first ( I usually am) but after trying them for over a week I am happy to report that they really do block the smell. While my preference is to keep the garbage under the sink, I really like these bags and will continue to use them because there is definitely less stinky-ness going on in the pantry.

Bad Hobbies/Habbits

My bad hobby/habit is gambling, albeit controlled/budgeted gambling. I spend x amount every month and not more than that, but if I think about how much I spent thus far its the equivalent of a small fortune. So I feel guilty now and then.
I know many people frown upon it and I thought of making a new years resolution to stop, but I like it so much I dont think I will persevere to stop.
Do you have a habit and are you trying to stop?
1. smoking
2. eating more then i need if it's yummy.
3. eating unhealthy stuff.
3. wondering around the house while i brush my teeth
4. watching too much crap on tv.
5. falling asleep in the bath
6. cooking too much food, or buying too many groceries and having to throw stuff away.
7. judging people too quickly.
8. inability to make conversation with people I just have no interest in.
9. spending too much money on stuff I don't really need.
10. not visiting my mom more often.
Drinking way to much coffee; falling asleep too early; other than that, not really any other bad habbits. I enjoy and like most of the things I do.
I also believe that any habbit (good or bad) CAN be broker in 2 weeks.
You just have to be strong and put your mind to it.
It is as simple as that. Period.

Taking on Acting as a Hobby to Enjoy

Acting crapper be a great hobby for you to enjoy in your spare time, and there are some places that offer classes that crapper help you hone your acting skills, even if you already hit experience in attending and participating in acting workshops; or that crapper help you see the basics of acting, if you are going into acting for the first time. Some workshops are even offered to cater to the needs of office workers and amateurs.
Why should you spend time and money to see acting? And why should you even consider it as a great hobby aside from spending time learning how to sew, write, knit, or draw? Here are a few advantages to acting and taking it up as a hobby.

- It crapper help you control your emotions. Contrary to what you might hit seen on reality broadcasting shows, real acting isn’t every about letting every your emotions out, running crossways the stage naked, or flailing your hands up and downbound and screaming every your thoughts to the heavens. Real acting is about knowing which emotions to use for which lines, and how to control your facial expressions so that you are conveying the right emotions.
In other words, acting is more than an art or a craft: it is discipline, and if you crapper see the ropes and discipline yourself finished acting, then you might also see how to control and discipline your emotions in real life.

- Acting crapper help you gain focus. In visit to act out a specific environs and intercommunicate emotions, actors need to be especially focused: they need to meet in case and undergo the case finished and through. This crapper be an especially arduous task if there are some distractions.

The acting techniques that get actors convergent crapper also help you get convergent on some aspects of your life, including your job, school, or anything that you are employed on or getting paid for.

- Acting crapper help you let go of tension. Many of the acting exercises that you will be see crapper be enjoyable, and even make you laugh. Other exercises will help you understand why you react in certain structure to certain stimuli. As you discover more about yourself, you crapper control yourself better and perhaps be more at pact with yourself as well as enjoy yourself in the process.

- Attending acting workshops will help you make more friends. That means a wider network, more parties to go to, and more fun!

Which hobby best suits your personality?

While visiting Cutter’s blog I saw his post about testing yourself on which hobbies would suit your personality. I didn’t really need this test to tell me what hobbies I prefer either, but I took it any way. Take it yourself if your not sure what hobbies you like.
You can’t be cooped up! People like you need to breathe fresh air and commune with nature. Feeling the dirt, rocks, water or sand beneath your feet and hands and having the wind in your face makes you feel alive. You’ll take the outdoors any way you can get it, whether you’re dangling from ropes, paddling a boat or speeding down the countryside on a dirt bike. You might like hobbies like spelunking, motocross, hiking, deep sea diving, white water rafting, ultimate Frisbee or other outdoor team sports.
Now I need a test to tell me how I can have more time and money for my hobbies.

Hobbies Blog

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My hobby is making hobby blog that you visit this is called hobby blog and my hobby work on computer and make blog or work in my blogs of hobbies

Hobbies and You

I recently developed a new hobby. It was obviously something that I didn't plan for, and how
could I have? It's not like you suddenly wake up one morning and decide you want to pick
up knitting. Well, I suppose maybe you could, but then again maybe it's just pushing your
limits, in the sense that, if it's planned, then it's not really something that came from within. I
am saying this under the influence of the Rubik's Cube, which was a fairly common toy as I
was growing up. I never paid any special attention to it, most likely because it was so
common, and everyone had one.
But recently, as I was taking the train from a small mountain town to return home, a
deaf-mute salesman left some inexpensive trinkets in the compartment, among which was a
Cube. I bought it mostly for the sake of it, and for the low price too. But, for three weeks or
so now, I am still unable to leave it. I don't know if sufficient time has passed since I got it to
qualify it as a hobby, but I have that feeling that I want to learn all there is to know about it -
how to solve it, how to look at it, how to predict the position of the various cublets on its
surface and so on.
Lately, it's become fairly easy to develop hobbies that were only reserved for the privileged
not decades ago. The Internet is making it possible not only to find various things to buy,
but also to connect with people that share the same interests, even if they are thousands of
miles away. I've always been curious as to how people catch on to hobbies, or if the
hobbies are the ones "in control." Could people, for example, learn to like something, and
then take pleasure in doing it, simply through the power of exercise? I know, for instance,
that this is the case with computer gamers. Everyone plays, or played, games at one point
in their lives, but to some it's become a reason to get up in the morning.
I too go to great lengths to follow my hobbies. Granted, for many years, there were only
two, and now a third one is developing. Obviously, I'm not taking about some fleeting
interests, which come and go, but about things that I've enjoyed doing for many years.
Music and aggressive skating have always been with me, since as far back as I can
remember, and they have always required sacrifices, of both physical and mental nature.
Smacking into concrete is never pleasant, unless of course someone develops a hobby out
of doing this.
But I think that the most interesting aspect of it all is to see how people regard themselves
in relation to their hobbies. That is to say, they oftentimes go to great lengths to remain able
to do the things they enjoy doing. While this may sound as a truism at first, it's actually not.
At times, there are considerable incentives for people to stop doing the things they like.
When I fractured my spinal cord while skating, or broken a bone in my shoulder, I was well
within my rights to burn my skates and pick up car washing as my new passion. While I
cannot be objective in establishing the reasons why I continued to skate after that, I believe
that you could have more revealing insights into these issues.
The added bonuses
There are also numerous benefits associated with having a hobby. One of the most
pervasive and widespread is a better mental health. After a hard day's work, relaxing while
doing the things you love boosts your mind's health without you ever realizing it. This
happens because engaging in your hobby leads to the release of various hormones in the
brain, which are associated with reward, satisfaction, happiness and so on. Dopamine and
oxytocin are just two examples, and they are both addictive substances. If they are release
while you are performing an activity, then you will most likely try to do it again, without being
necessarily able to logically explain why. You will only say "Because I like it."
Also related to this is the fact that there is a great degree of control in following a hobby. I
have always appreciated the fact that an air of freedom and letting loose surrounds these
activities, but there are actually numerous factors at work that generate this impression.
One of them is the fact that you feel free simply because you choose to do that particular
thing. It's not like other people can come over and direct you to the nearest hobby. You also
get to practice it at a time of your choosing. Have you ever noticed how you tend to get
cranky when you want to do work on your hobbies and you don't have enough time to do
This is partially due to the release of the hormones I talked about earlier. The effect is
smaller, but comparable, to a junkie craving for his/her fix. When the drug is within reach,
but external factors prevent you from getting it, you naturally become anxious and nervous.
I have recently developed what can be construed as hatred (to some degree) for time and
clocks. As most of you, I have a busy schedule and a lot of things to do. I am always on the
run and running errands, and never seem to find enough time to do the things I like. I often
look at the clock and feel like breaking it, because even the short breaks I planned for
throughout the day have been moved, or cleared altogether.
But the fact of the matter is that none of these drawbacks associated with hobbies rival the
happiness you feel when hiking, knitting, playing your favorite game, or organizing bug
fights. I, for one, feel like I'm in a world of my own, and tend to ignore other stuff going on
right next to me. For example, when I play music, I tend to only keep an eye on my band
members, and even then if it's absolutely necessary. When I skate downhill with my
headphones on, I only look at people so I can avoid them. When solving the Rubik's Cube, I
can successfully ignore other people trying to tell me stuff at the same time.
This degree of freedom, and also absorption into your hobby, is only possible when doing
things you actually like, and have liked for a long time. If you're lucky enough, you may even
get to have a career in the hobby you're interested in. By definition, these activities are
something you do outside your career, but combining the two would make for a very potent
mix. Given that the paycheck is decent, you would most likely gladly take on a job in which
to practice your hobby. Sure, there would be days in which you could get fed up, but overall
things would be, as they say, peachy.
Generally, I look at hobbies as being things you do for pure pleasure, and not necessarily
for financial gains. Let's be realistic here, for most people their hobbies and their 9-to-5 jobs
will remain two painfully distinct entities. But I think that the main reason why these activities
are so helpful for the body and the mind is precisely the fact that you don't expect any sort
of gain from them, other than your own personal satisfaction. Maybe this should be the
norm in our society, rather than the continuous effort to produce more money, buying more
useless things, and only then spending your hard-earned free time doing what you like.
If it pleases you, hobbies can also be looked at as training for future, full-time jobs. Studies
show that having a hobby boosts creativity, providing an outlet for your imagination to run
free. This is a very sought-after quality in prospective employees, given that you are not
seeking employment in a cubicle-based job, where all your moves are automated and
routine. So, to recap, you relieve stress, boost your imagination, meet new friends, or
connect to old ones in different manners, experience a sense of accomplishment, enjoy
yourself, and all that by cultivating the hobbies of your choosing.
I think it's safe to argue that this is a winning combination. But the many reasons why you
should follow your favorite activities are fairly clear-cut to everyone. What I would be
interested in learning is stories involving hobbies, as in things you had to give up, if any, or
sacrifices you had to make in order to keep doing what you like. Stories of
accomplishments, and also accounts of how your hobbies may have helped you develop
personally, and go ahead "in life" would also be appreciated. I told you my story, and shared
with you the newly-found fondness I have of the Rubik's Cube. Now it's your turn.

Make Soaps hobby

Men look at a craft shops as a strange land filled with sequins, glitter, and flowers. Because of this they can't imagine finding themselves in one let alone trying a craft. However, soap making is an incredible hobby for both men and women. The fact is that everyone uses soap, and when you choose to make it you are able to personalise it for yourself.
Homemade soap is very simple to create. It only takes a day or two to make a large batch of soaps, and you are able to completely customize your soap. This means that you can add your preferred scents and embellishments to your soap. It's a fact that soap making started with a complicated lye formula. However, today there are many melt and make soaps that make the entire process much easier.
The most important thing that you need to start with is a soap base. You can get these at a craft store. Typically an alive oil soap base is a good place to start, but there are other options like aloe vera, goats milk, honey, and shea butter basses. Actually, men you can even make a shaving base for your soap if you want. Once you have a base you are going to want to think about what you can add to that base. There are many different options, but some of the most popular things to add to your soap base are essential oils, textured elements like pumice or loofah, or other natural exfoliates like cornstarch, coffee grounds, or cinnamon. You will want to think about what ingredients combine well together.
Be careful when you choose your scents. In general if you want something that is appropriate for both men and women you want to steer clear of very floral scents. Instead, you might want to decide on more commonly used scents like coffee, lemon, or sage.
When you have set your soap up to harden you can decide whether to use molds or to shape them with your hands. Usually most men decide whether to make their soaps molded by hand or with simple mold shapes like circles or ovals. Do not feel the need to make it overly ornate. You are making something functional so simple is often better.
Once your soaps have set you are going to want to think about how they are going to be stored. Generally soaps are best kept in a simple cardboard box until you are ready to use them. However, if you do not have one near by then you can put your soaps in a paper bag and store them in a cool spot. You may even want to think about storing your soap in one of your clothing drawers because it will stay safe in the cool environment and it will make your drawers smell great.

How to Make a Living From Your Hobby Website

Is it possible to turn your hobby website into a livelihood? Can you actually earn a living from something that interests you? Sure you can, and I'll show you how in this article.
For the last few years, I have made a comfortable living through a network of hobby-related websites that are mostly educational in scope. When combined, the revenue produced by these sites covers most of my expenses, such as mortgage, car payment, groceries, vacations, etc.
Now I don't say all this to boast, but only to get your attention. If you are taking the time to read this article, then you and I have something in common. We both have an interest in publishing websites around topics that interest us -- and we both have the desire to earn a living while doing so!

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Face book
Flixya etc...

Toy Making Hobbies

Toy boat, toy boat, toy boat! How'd you do? This week we have a wood project for the kids that will need an adult's assistance. We made these toy paddlewheel boats as kids and played with them in the big pond we had at the back of our property. You can have that same kind of fun with this easy to build paddlewheel boat. Make these with your friends and have boat races.
We suggest that you get some help from an adult with this project since it uses power tools although they can be built with hand tools.

Here's what you'll need:
  • Some scrap 3/4" wood
  • Some scrap 1/4" wood
  • Rubber Bands
  • Carpenters Glue
  • Paint
      There are many different ways to make these little boats. Use scrap material and let that help set the size of your boat.
First you need to cut the hull of your boat. We used 3/4" fir and made it 3 1/2" wide and 8" long.
Cut a point on the front of your boat.
Cut a notch in the back for the paddlewheel. Leave enough wood on the sides of the cutout to support your rubber band. Make the cut-out 1/2" longer than it is wide

Make your paddlewheel out of 1/4" plywood or what ever thin wood you might have.
Cut two square pieces about 1/4" narrower all around than the cutout in the back of your boat.
Cut a notch in the center of each piece as thick as the wood and 1/2 the width of the paddle

Put glue on the two paddle pieces and slide them together.
Sand and paint your boat to make it look really neat.
Put a rubber band over the paddlewheel and over the sides of the cutout.
Wind it up, put it in water and watch it go. You may have to do some adjusting of the paddlewheel from side to side to make your boat go straight or in a circle.

Candles Making hobby

Candles have been an ancient way of living through the dark nights, prior to the invention of electricity. And today, these are used to decorate homes. While in villages they may still be used as a source of light and warmth in the dark nights, in the urban areas there are some conscious citizens who use candles, whenever possible, rather than wasting electricity. Apart, from candle making being a hobby, it has become a business venture for many, across the world. They create designer candles and not only sell them locally, but some people also export them to various countries.
Given here is a basic method of making candles :
Divide the wax in accordance to the number of candles need to be made
Then melt the wax. This has to be done carefully. The wax has to put into a small aluminum vessel. This vessel containing the wax has to then be placed in a larger vessel containing water. Heat the vessel over the stove.
Once the wax has melted completely the wick has to be cut into strands of 6.5 cm, each. These have to be dipped in the melted wax and removed immediately. It then has to be inserted through the hole in the mould. The end has to be sealed with dough and the top has to be tied around a thin wire/pen for support.
In order to color the wax crayons can be used. According to the color desired, the crayon has to be melted along with the wax.
Then pour the melt wax into the mould. Once the surface begins to harden, prick it to let the entrapped air be released. This should done repeatedly, till the wax hardens completely.
Once the wax has hardened pour an additional layer of wax on top to get a smooth finish.
Let the candle set in the mould overnight
Remove the dough from the base of mould and then invert the mould so that the candle may slide out. Trim the wick on top to the required length.

    Hobby and Stress

    Stress has become the most common ailment in our lives. It’s hard to find a person who is not stressed at some point of time or another. The increasing competition in every sphere of life has further fuelled the elements of stress and anxiety. Each one of us wants to move forward in life at breathtaking pace. We are constantly struggling for time. People are finding it hard to indulge in their favourite hobbies. All these factors have made stress an omnipresent factor in the lives of humans. Stress has severe negative effects on one’s health, spirit and happiness.
    But all of us have a breaking point. At that point, we need to stop for a while and think what is causing stress and how to make life a wonderful experience all over again. Hobbies come into picture at this crucial juncture. Hobbies allow us to relax and pursue our long lost passions. Definition wise, hobby is essentially an activity that someone likes to indulge in during his/her spare time. Different people have different hobbies. It all depends upon particular likes and interests of a person. Hobbies bring mental satisfaction and a sense of rejuvenation.
    Indulging in a hobby allows individual to break free from his reality. He can stop worrying about daily chores, office work, family responsibilities etc and just please himself by doing something that gives him immense satisfaction. Pursuing a hobby is all about putting aside all the stress and tension. A stressed person is least likely to perform to his optimum. During such times, it is important to take a break from mundane chores and indulge in an activity that we had always desired but failed to pursue because of various reasons. Hobbies are instrumental in bringing energy back in an individual’s life. Time well spent on pursuing your hobby will lead to a fresh mind and consequently increased focus back on the work.
    Worldwide, experts are emphasising on including hobby in stress management techniques. Stressed people are encouraged to pursue their favourite activities. There are plenty of such activities that one can choose from depending upon his features, interests, characteristics and personality. Someone would like to go for indoor activities or some others are more excited about outdoor ventures. Those with artistic bend of mind can always go for painting, sculpting or writing. Those who seek adrenaline rush can opt for scuba diving, sky diving, bungee jumping etc. Similarly, a person can have several hobbies depending upon his moods. But the crucial aspect is to have a hobby that can play a significant role in removing stress.
    No matter, what hobby you pursue, the end result is same, i.e. gaining great pleasure and satisfaction. What also works in favour of practising a hobby is that, it has no deadlines, no rules and no pressure to perform. Spend as much time as you want. No one is going to talk about the end result. All you have to do is to please yourself. Hobbies offer other benefits as well. One can develop new skills and discover hitherto, unknown talents. Individuals can expand their horizons, make new contacts, develop relationships etc and get the most out of life.

    Sketching hobby

    Sketching is an age old hobby and one of the oldest forms of art. Usually, every child is first taught the use of pencils in creating drawings. The type of pencil one uses in pencil art is of primary importance. Pencils range from light ones towards shades of gray, to the darker shades, going onto black.  Pencil art is almost magical. It is splendid how a few strokes of lines make such a wonderful image! A sketch is one art that can be easily acquired with practice and patience. It is the basics of visual art medium.
    A pencil art requires you to work with a range of different shades of pencils to create a desired effect in the sketch. Pencil drawings are all about making creative marks on paper. Pencil drawing is the art achieved through the effective and precise use of pencil.
    This hobby is vast and includes Based on the tool: Human Face sketching, human body sketching, landscape sketching, object sketching and abstract sketching. These sketches are done using different strokes. These variable strokes can be created by either lifting the pencil, or putting pressure on it. This will create the desired shade. It is important to use a particular side-to-side motion by moving the pencil back and forth on the same area if one wants to have an even shading effect. Fine circular shading is another unique type of shading one can use. Care should be taken that one does not smudge the paper while drawing a sketch.
    Pencil sketches require keen observation and good drawing skills. This is a delicate medium to work with. The pencils that are needed for a typical sketch are: HB, 2B, 4B and 6B. HB is the usual pencil that most of us use. 2B, 4B and 6B are pencils that get darker as the number increases i.e. 6B is the darkest pencil that is used for dark strokes.  Pencil art is surely a beautiful medium and can be a very satisfying hobby.