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Consumers have been spending significantly more time watching and reading the news, participating in hobbies, and engaging with TV, movies, and games at home.
Whether it’s a hobby or simply a means to get farther into the mountains, you can make it safer, easier, and more comfortable with the right equipment.
Woodworking had been his favorite hobby since college, when he’d refinished a dining room table for his future wife, he said.
Think about how you can incorporate more time for better social relationships, fitness, hobbies, or volunteering.
She’s writing a blog and pursuing other hobbies before deciding her next move.
Of course, each individual has only so many interests, which is why building a team with an eclectic mix of hobbies, passions, and lifestyles is essential to an agency or marketing department.
In 1959, zoologist Wladimir Tschernezky, who made a hobby of researching “hidden animals” like Bigfoot, estimated the specimens were just 11,300 years old.
Make just the right amount of room for your projects and creative hobbies with these small and sturdy desks.
Fishkeeping is an engaging and calming hobby, perfect for kids and adults alike.
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If you find yourself out of work with some free time on your hands, consider building your skill set, taking on a new hobby, or checking things off your bucket list.

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