Sup Forums approved hobbies and skills

Hunter Davis
Hunter Davis

Can you guys give me something to learn in my free time? Maybe direct me to some resources?

What do you guys think?

Programming? (I know ZERO about this desu)
An instrument?
Gardening?
Some sort of crafting?

I feel stagnant right now.

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amazon.com/Primer-Plus-6th-Developers-Library/dp/0321776402
amazon.com/Code-Language-Computer-Hardware-Software/dp/0735611319
youtube.com/watch?v=FKFpCoTYJ0c
qgis.org/en/site/
canadiangis.com/.
mega.nz/#F!B4dB2SzQ!h_pMC30v2a_y31iD0dy0sg
furaffinity.net/

Brayden Bailey
Brayden Bailey

My hobby is research. It's a pretty broad topic and cheap so it keeps me pretty busy without having to spend much.

James Johnson
James Johnson

It's a pretty broad topic
"There's many broad topics" is what I meant to say. Sorry, tired.

Jordan Lewis
Jordan Lewis

I paint with oils and do astrophotography.

Logan Robinson
Logan Robinson

You can always polish up on your marksmanship skills.

Jack Ortiz
Jack Ortiz

I just go into archery with a recurve bow, pretty fun desu
Spent about $350 canadian dollarydoos to get everything I needed

Tyler Morales
Tyler Morales

I'd say anything that is productive, enjoyable, and you should be able to bond with your son through it

Wyatt Stewart
Wyatt Stewart

What about drawing? I'm awful can barely draw stick figures. Is there any way I can improve this?

What do you like to research, or if that's too broad, what are you researching right now?

How did you get into astrophotography? Is it an expensive hobby? Space is always interesting.

Blake Stewart
Blake Stewart

I work as a hairdresser and really enjoy my job, I practice with bows, crossbows, handguns, rifles, do skiing, snowmobiles and mymotorcycle. You can't force yourself into liking something you clearly don't fancy

William Lewis
William Lewis

Make plane models and ships in bottles.

Oliver Watson
Oliver Watson

bjj

William Diaz
William Diaz

Gonna be having a surgery soon, this would have to wait awhile.

Jaxon Long
Jaxon Long

Why are you asking for hobbies on a Tasmanian bug flicking championship image board?

Kevin Gray
Kevin Gray

I've been wanting to get into archery

John Sanders
John Sanders

learn a language (latin) - wheelock is the standard nowadays
get good with guns - git gud, most expensive here potentially
carpentry - takes a lot of space and time but damn can you make your own shit
generally know how to fix your own shit - i dunno but it's better to do home improvement by yourself and getting projects done feels great
cook well for yourself (as in spend three hours cooking for ever hour you spend eating) - old joy of cooking books are the best and I learned it growing up but there's probably tutorials. Cook what's tasty.
Gardening is great, there's plenty of literature and whatnot on the topic
instruments are not useful unless you play in a band or pick something very common like the guitar or piano
Learning to draw or paint is fun but there is some natural talent to the thousands of hours of practice
pottery is semi-useful but totally gay
You could always lift

William Torres
William Torres

The average person I meet at school really have any hobbies (like myself). Most just spend free time on social media or watching Netflix.

Even if here's a lot of Autismos on this board, they all seem to be interesting in some way.

Lincoln Carter
Lincoln Carter

Reading and playing are best hobbies. Programming and cooking are very useful in general. Calisthenics as well.

Mason Sanders
Mason Sanders

*doesnt really have any

Gabriel Flores
Gabriel Flores

Pic related... try getting into HEMA.

Jordan Scott
Jordan Scott

What do you like to research?
I do mostly philosophy, psychology, (revisionist) history, politics and geopolitics in no particular order. It's the perfect hobby if you're an autist like me who enjoys puzzles.

Colton Sanders
Colton Sanders

Warhammer 40,000
Working out
Watching anime.
Baking
League of legends
Arts n crafts
Cooking
Kayaking
Educating yourself
Dating a hot conservative white girl.
Community service
Obstacle races
Military artifact collecting

Tyler Thomas
Tyler Thomas

dollarydoos

Fucking christ I hate canadians so much

Hudson Barnes
Hudson Barnes

Do you wanna impress normies?
Learn to play guitar
Learn history
Learn trivia (try learning the capitals of every country in the world. Normies are VERY impressed by this)
Learn to cook
Singing or dancing

Levi Bailey
Levi Bailey

Something productive that you can market, programming, art, music, ect

Avoid time consuming consumptive behavior.

Something to keep yourself in shape.

Daniel Phillips
Daniel Phillips

Hunting
Shooting
Archery
Cooking
Gardening
Keeping animals for livestock or pets
Mechanics
Electronics
Reading
Writing
Astronomy
Rocketry and other aeronautical activities like drones and remote controlled aircraft and piloting
Sailing
Horse riding
Golf
Cricket
Hockey
Polo
Baseball

Playing and not watching for sports. If you only watch but do not play then you are a loser.

Jayden Morales
Jayden Morales

Programming is really great because it hard scratches both the logical and creative aspects of thinking. There are tons of languages for so many things and so much to learn. Start with SQL if you want to make a job of it, maybe try java or python for an easy to use put powerful language, jump in deep with C++/C# to really get your feet wet but still have tons of prospect. Learn jquery and php and make your dream website. Definitely Programming.

Chase Mitchell
Chase Mitchell

You need to identify a few different kinds of outlets.

Creative/Artistic

Productive

Self-Improvement

NAIL THOSE THREE AND YOUR LIFE WILL BE MUCH BETTER!

Nathan Anderson
Nathan Anderson

electronics, mechanics and carpentry are the most useful i can think of.
fix ur shit.

Nathan Green
Nathan Green

Obstacle races
Shit son, that just reminded me that I was going to start working out to prepare for some American ninja warrior sort of shit before I was cut off by a now resolved medical issue cropping up. I know I likely won't win shit since Jackie Chan and homeless bums have trained all day ever day for this since they were 10, but I've always loved a good obstacle course though and it seems like a lot of fun with opportunities for self improvement.

Cooper Richardson
Cooper Richardson

If you choose music master a real instrument or master vocals first then you are free to do whatever you want.

If you choose art learn how to paint like the old masters first after you have proven yourself with that you are free to do whatever you want.

Spend enough time on Sup Forums and you learn geography beyond the average person naturally.
We are an international community which discusses the world's affairs. So whether you try or not you learn a lot about the world.

Samuel Jones
Samuel Jones

Programming is creating whatever you can imagine with logical blocks put together creatively.

Adam Price
Adam Price

Tabletop games (dnd, warhammer, other various boardgames).
Lifting.
Roller-Skating.
Electronics.
Programming.
Computers in general.

Stuff I want to get into/Do more/Learn more about in the future but currently don't have the resources.
Mechanics.
Cooking.
Reading (I really need to read actual books and not just Sup Forums).
History.
Shooting and hunting.
Gardening.
Welding, woodwork, metalwork.

Angel Gray
Angel Gray

Wasn't meant to reply to that post lmao.

Xavier Phillips
Xavier Phillips

Meth and europa

Grayson Miller
Grayson Miller

Not STEM
kys

Levi Sanchez
Levi Sanchez

Gardening, farming, hunting, cooking, and fishing are good hobbies/activities. Anything that not only serves as a hobby but also facilitates self-sustenance is good.

Self-defense is also a good thing to learn. Using projectile weapons (eg guns, bow & arrow, harpoons/javelins, etc) and achieving marksmanship level of accuracy would serve you well. Using melee weapons (eg knives, machetes/sword-like weapons, blunt weapons, etc) is also a good skill to pick up, when potential enemies have somehow got close to you. Creating fortifications, traps, and so on may become a necessity.

Carpentry, masonry, and other building skills may help reduce costs when maintaining and repairing your house. You may also be able to make additions and improvements without hiring others. Crafting tools and weapons and such by learning blacksmithing, and fabrication can also prove useful.

Self-improvement like working out, learning about nutrition, and so on increases your strength, endurance, and resilience when doing heavy tasks, defending yourself, and other things requiring top physical fitness. Mental fitness is also a good thing to develop. Steel yourself and learn to adapt and overcome psychological and mental stresses, lest you become some whiny millennialshit.

Brody Perry
Brody Perry

Prgramming is best hobby, I recommend C++:

Also mediation and critical thinking which take up an incredible amount of time but is incredibly spiritually fulfilling because you learn more by doing so

Psychonautics is also a good hobby and it correlates with the previous hobby I mentioned.

amazon.com/Primer-Plus-6th-Developers-Library/dp/0321776402
amazon.com/Code-Language-Computer-Hardware-Software/dp/0735611319

I recommend beginners start with Microsoft Visual Studio Express as their programming IDE, but if you want to try the DOS command way it's up to you, I prefer using an IDE.

Leo Green
Leo Green

I have a medium sized family, 5 kids. I have hobbies, the kids have hobbies, my wife has hobbies, and we have family hobbies.

I work on my own cars and cook my own food, maintain my stuff from computers to kids' toys, etc.

We have started following sports car racing in the last several years, which is a very cheap family ticket (~$300 for camping and tickets for a moderate sized family for an entire weekend including meeting drivers.)

Alongside that we race slot cars, and are moving to 1/32 scale digital. Lots of science, mechanics, competitiveness, etc. Fun indoor hobby for the whole family.

We also play some basic war games like Axis and Allies and Risk.

I let the kids ride skateboards and scooters at the skatepark.

We all play instruments.

We are all multilingual.

Dylan Turner
Dylan Turner

Sport, guns, Military modeling, history, playing an Instrument, wood working etc.
Nearly anything other than partying and gaming or watching tv only.

William Peterson
William Peterson

Drawing, reading, writing, piano, chess, lifting, anime

Ethan Parker
Ethan Parker

We can all agree our hobbies should at least pertain to STEM. Whether it be programming, physics, or whatever the case.

youtube.com/watch?v=FKFpCoTYJ0c

Jayden Hall
Jayden Hall

Programming isn't a hobby it's a job skill and pretty much automatically makes you a fat loser.

For a hobby buy an old moped like pic relatedand fix it up and ride it. Any population center will have a moped gang you can pledge.

Racquetball is a good hobby. Fishing, shooting, golf, all men's hobbies.

Bentley Smith
Bentley Smith

i fucking hate C#

Dominic Jackson
Dominic Jackson

moped gang
almost had me

Alexander Sullivan
Alexander Sullivan

an instrument is a good one.

Reading philosophy is also a good thing to do in your free time. I recommend Plato and Xenophon to start.

Mason Price
Mason Price

I play MTG, an electric piano (cause I can't afford a pipe organ), and I research biology, chemistry, physics, history, philosophy, etc. I also read books on occasion and go for frequent walks.

I also collect gay-looking dice. kept in a box labeled "Gay-Looking Dice". Use it to play fabulous MTG with my friends, keks are had.

Nathaniel Ramirez
Nathaniel Ramirez

mopeds??? seriously???

get a real bike

Ian Anderson
Ian Anderson

i'd say something about mathematics but its pretty fun when you realize its tool, nothing else.
wish i had paid more attention in math. sucks having to bring up the calculator to do 11 x 6 or 1403 - 1378.

Tyler Bell
Tyler Bell

Piano is the way to go for an initial instrument

Ian Diaz
Ian Diaz

A puzzle, crosswords. Only whites do that

Blake Flores
Blake Flores

UBERMENSCH TIER
hobbies that stimulate the mind, body and soul
i.e. learning a new language, studying history and philosophy, composing music, writing, working out, going to church, hiking, camping

CAPITALIST TIER
hobbies that can potentially make you money on the side
i.e. programming, wood working, home brewing, painting, drawing

UNTERMENSCH TIER
autistic hobbies that will never amount to anything except maybe a successful youtube channel
i.e. bird watching, slingshots, survivalism, medieval martial arts, pouring liquid nitrogen on things

BREAD AND CIRCUS TIER
hobbies that cost a lot of money and/or deteriorate the mind
i.e. collecting shit, going to concerts, doing recreational drugs, playing video games, watching movies and tv series

LOST SOUL TIER
arguing on mongolian basketweaving forums

Easton Watson
Easton Watson

Violin. Crochet and knitting oh yeah.
Cat collecting.

Chase Nguyen
Chase Nguyen

Do science instead of philosophy. Philosophy lacks a logical grounding that would make it's conclusions worthwhile. There have been philosophers that actually believed they proved the existence of god because you can't disprove it (more or less the ontological 'proof' of god). Science, on the other hand, took the good in philosophy while leaving the bad. Philosophy is obsolete in a world with science.

Adrian Edwards
Adrian Edwards

When I hear crafting these day I just think og putting 2 times together, hitting a button and a progress bar slowly filling up.

Brayden Perry
Brayden Perry

philosophy is obsolete
nah it just takes so long between paradigm shifts you just haven't noticed it

Nathan Turner
Nathan Turner

Fishing and hiking for me. I want to learn how to play the hillbilly fiddle, too.

Tyler Williams
Tyler Williams

I wish dating a girl was something you could just "get into".

Nolan Jackson
Nolan Jackson

agreed

Robert Sanders
Robert Sanders

My stem degree got me nowhere. Unless you major in math or computer science give up now.

Michael Diaz
Michael Diaz

Sounds top notch but I'm sure your kids in their bounty won't have so many kids.

Easton Ward
Easton Ward

go fuck yourself faggot

Daniel Collins
Daniel Collins

Do DNA research. CRISPR and post-translational modifications of histones are opening up a whole world of possibilities and wonderful things are just waiting to be discovered

Isaac Cox
Isaac Cox

except practicing science is way out of reach for the common man, science is no simple hobby, the best an amateur scientist can do is collect data and hope to find something new (used to be common in biology and astronomy)

anyone can pick up a work of philosophy, study it enough, analyze it and try to articulate a reply in writing, see where you stand in the conversation and try to build up from there

meanwhile pick up any article on science or nature and even if you manage to understand the premise and conclusion you'll at best stumble your way through the methodology, have a tough time criticizing the validity of the results (unless you have an advanced understandings of statistics), and even if you are some kind of savant tough luck managing to butt your way into that conversation without any access to funds and labs

Jackson Walker
Jackson Walker

having (((hobbies)))

not putting in 80 hour work weeks

not totally sacrificing your social and romantic life to pursue career

hobbies are normie tier

Christopher Williams
Christopher Williams

he said as he posted a reddit meme, having to wake up for work in two hours

Jaxon Gray
Jaxon Gray

spoken like a true chink

asians will realize soon enough that working hard to advance your society is folly when the jews are hard at work to undermine it

Henry Smith
Henry Smith

checked

chinks btfo

Jordan Ramirez
Jordan Ramirez

The only correct Answer. I have a model train set in my basement.

Josiah Lewis
Josiah Lewis

dem satanic quints trying to tempt me into a life of sloth

good thing jews have little to no power in asia

Juan Torres
Juan Torres

So I absolutely fell in love with mapping a while back. It's actually a fairly employable skill where I come from and it really gets you thinking about the world around you. If you're into the more artistic side then that is easily accommodated too. There's a great open source mapping and geo-statistics tool called Q, which you can find here: qgis.org/en/site/
If you want to get into programming too, it is python compatible and it will give you projects to work on as motivation. There is also loads of map data easily available for you to work on. A lot of it is accessible with a basic internet search (personally I prefer duckduckgo because of their data privacy set up) but, because I'm in Canada I end up going here a lot too: canadiangis.com/.

If this interests you, Q has a good set of tutorials on their website to get you started and reasonably competent with their setup.

Happy learning friend.

Zachary Hall
Zachary Hall

He doesn't read books to an obsessive degree on esoteric topics.

Kindles saved my life desu senpai.

mega.nz/#F!B4dB2SzQ!h_pMC30v2a_y31iD0dy0sg

Link for books if u want, good starter set. Get Calibre to convert Epubs and pdfs to MOBIs to put on kindle kiddo.

Kayden Hall
Kayden Hall

Go get a book by Betty Edwards, called "Drawing On The Right Side Of The Brain". She's a college professor who specialises in teaching non-art students how to draw. I went to the school where she taught, she'd take ordinary schlubs like you and have them doing impressive drawings by the end of the semester.

Drawing itself is just a skill - anyone can learn to draw what they see, and that's what she teaches. It's taking it beyond that, is where the art part starts.

Cameron Garcia
Cameron Garcia

I will add. If you want to do any exploring, get a GPS to track the routes you take to anywhere. These can be easily downloaded and added to maps that you make.

Brandon Robinson
Brandon Robinson

ArcGIS is better, but has a cost to it

David Gomez
David Gomez

Roughly sorted by effort: Competitive target shooting, no airshit, reloading, reading, restructuring buildings, electronics, synths, preparing my migration to the US.

inb4 NEET
I work as an external IT consultant and my contract does not allow to bill more than 40hrs/week. And I sleep only 4-5 hrs/night; so much time to play around.

Kevin Perry
Kevin Perry

Anything that can improve the quality of your life is always good.

Sports, excerise, and health. Lots of options here.
Learn the basics of tool use, and general repair. Move into more complex subjects once you have that down. After that, there's advanced stuff, like machinging and woodworking with lathes.
Learn about investing. Set up fake accounts, and see how your picks do over six months, while learning.
Gardening is great - and you can grow food.
If you want a real challenge, go buy a beater car, clear out a garage, pull the engine, and rebuild it. All you need is the parts, the right tools, the shop manuals, and the money for valve jobs/cylinder work. If you do a good job, you can sell it for a profit.
Music is always a good idea.

It's really down to what your budget is, and where you live. If you're in an apartment, you're not going to be able to get too into big projects.

Logan Turner
Logan Turner

good thing jews have little to no power in asia
Good goy

Daniel Morgan
Daniel Morgan

delete this

Jace Foster
Jace Foster

checked

Jaxon Martin
Jaxon Martin

don't forget to read books too, you would be amazed how ignorant you actually are on many subjects.

Olympic weightlifting is the sport of the gods by the way

Jayden Collins
Jayden Collins

I'll seriously look into that, thanks brother

Just got the PDF for free lmao, I'm definitely gonna get into that. I hate not being able to draw anything.

Holy shit that's a lot of books to get into, thank you my man

I'm having hip surgery done soon, I'll probably never have the mobility to do the deep squats required for oly lifting ever again, it's a real shame too, hopefully I'll be able to at least do some front squatting in the future.

Joshua Edwards
Joshua Edwards

I picked up a sherline mini mill and lathe. Been making cool parts out of metal for a few years. built a computer case. Looking to get a bigger mill and lathe, and looking into a gunsmith license.

John Garcia
John Garcia

maximum cringe

Ryder Brooks
Ryder Brooks

burger flag

Isn't it obvious? Guns you faggot. There is no more redpilled hobby that makes it incredibly easy to find other right wingers to befriend.

Tyler Reed
Tyler Reed

dollarydoos
They accept Australian dollars in Canada?

Jose Price
Jose Price

making guns too. i'm looking to get into that.

Ryder Scott
Ryder Scott

sorry to hear that mate, hope it will go well for you

Justin Rogers
Justin Rogers

Check out /tg/

Hudson Williams
Hudson Williams

I have no idea how one would get into that but it sounds fun as fuck. You plan on making ghetto machineguns in your garage out of pipes or work for a real manufacturer?

Brody Morgan
Brody Morgan

Lynching

Jose Flores
Jose Flores

The monkey is right though you jackass. Stop leafposting

Adrian Lopez
Adrian Lopez

all these people saying tabletops and /tg/ type things
I never would have thought that /tg/ shit was Sup Forums approved. I mean I guess it makes sense since it is immune to jewish influence, depending on your group of course, and it involves some strategy and shit like that.
tfw you can tabletop as space or medieval Hitler and there is literally nothing anyone outside of your group can do about it

Lincoln Martinez
Lincoln Martinez

It's honestly pretty good, you should do it desu

Gavin Campbell
Gavin Campbell

My uncle had a badass bow that had the colorized sights for different ranges.

It was so incredibly accurate it almost wasn't fun to shoot.

Nathan Myers
Nathan Myers

planning on starting off just making accessories for small firearms. custom grips, triggers jobs, etc. started off a few years ago making dumb little tops out of brass and aluminum on the lathe. All this shit is in my living room. takes up a table top and it's not noisy enough to bug my neighbors at night. plenty of youtube "gunsmith" links to learn from.

Sebastian Reyes
Sebastian Reyes

Good luck burger bro, hip surgery is no joke. Also checked.

Christopher Lopez
Christopher Lopez

Check out a guy on YouTube, clickspring. He's been making a clock out of brass at home, from scratch, with a small milling machine, and lathe. It's pretty cool.

You may want to just dive into the Make community, for ideas. They're pretty amazing people. You could use your skills to build your own 3d printer, for instance. I used to have a link to the complete run of Make Magazine, it's enough ideas for several lifetimes.

Grayson King
Grayson King

This sounds like exactly what I want to do hobby wise.
Stuff like that just sounds super fun and fulfilling.
/tg/ stuff is great fun and incredibly social.

Leo Richardson
Leo Richardson

Sup Forums approved hobbies and skills
Art.
Even Hitler was an artist. :^)

Samuel Morgan
Samuel Morgan

Holy shit that's a lot of books to get into, thank you my man
If you want free ebooks, mobilism.org. They get everything first. I havent bought a book in years, and I have everything I want. Pay for the premium, too many of the free links are shit.

Dylan Carter
Dylan Carter

I read that in Toki's voice.

John Scott
John Scott

What the fuck do people really pay that much for furshit?

Justin Edwards
Justin Edwards

/tg/ stuff is great fun and incredibly social.
Oh yeah I'm not doubting that since I used to play DnD back when I had more time. I just figured Sup Forums regarded it as a hobby for betas, turboautists, and wizards like the media shows to the normies.

Lucas Nguyen
Lucas Nguyen

Hunting and sport shooting
piano
programming for fun
airplane models
using my telescope
shit around with electronics

Are basically my hobbys, they're alright I guess. Of course I have some shit tier hobbys like reading, video games, movies too.

Jason Rogers
Jason Rogers

Who are these degenerates who buy this shit and where can I find them?

Might get out my old sketchbook and start drawing again if i can make money this fucking easily

Oliver Bailey
Oliver Bailey

Moire in a large format film photo

Wat

William Johnson
William Johnson

What the fuck do people really pay that much for furshit?
yes they do.
Im an artist and i was drawing furry shit just for money out of curiosity back in 2010-2012.
However the highest amount i got was 200$ for furshit.
Who are these degenerates who buy this shit and where can I find them?
furaffinity.net/
you're welcome
Might get out my old sketchbook and start drawing again if i can make money this fucking easily
it is easy
BUT remember you have to draw degenerate furry shit every day or at least few days per week.
Every month.
Every year. Over and over if you want them to throw money at you. That market has thousands of autists drawing diaper/macro/fat/etc fetish in non stop so you have to be really productive to get attention

Julian Ross
Julian Ross

akabur makes like 5 thousand grand a month for basically squatting somewhere in moscow while complaining he has to shit out a half finished cartoon titty game once a year

James Jenkins
James Jenkins

akabur makes like 5 thousand grand a month for basically squatting somewhere in moscow while complaining he has to shit out a half finished cartoon titty game once a year
lol yeah
he was one of those who inspired me too.
But im still not into degenerate stuff. I use it only for quick money.

I really want to see Akabur in his 40s when he will realize he just a fat looser who draws naked lolis for shekels. This is sad.

Ryder Green
Ryder Green

Really depends on your group.
A lot of turboautists and such are into it but so are a lot of different kinds of people and you can always introduce more people into it.
Lots of great bantz comes out of it as well.

Good job jewing people Russiabro.
Christ I should make hentai games.

Adrian Howard
Adrian Howard

How does the actual transaction take place for this?
Half the cash gets you a .jpeg the other gets high res?

Cooper Rogers
Cooper Rogers

I collect Coins. Most recent buy is right here.

Joseph Powell
Joseph Powell

He'd have to suffer American hema groups to do that though.

Sebastian Howard
Sebastian Howard

HO scale? I work at the Train Museum in town.

Andrew Bailey
Andrew Bailey

Oh shit, I hadn't thought of that. That honestly sounds like hell to me; having to put that much effort into that scene. It's almost akin to selling your soul.

Thanks anyway, rusbro, and congratulations on persevering through that and making money. Your tenacity and patience must be exemplary.

Noah Adams
Noah Adams

Did Hitlef make porn when he was an artist?

Jayden Edwards
Jayden Edwards

I'm a music producer, eliciting a emotion response through sound is the most redpilled thing you can do.

Juan Hall
Juan Hall

yes
he was just doing it under a pseudoname so noone will ever find it :^)

Nolan Turner
Nolan Turner

WITNESSED!

Jaxson Sanchez
Jaxson Sanchez

I make 3dcg cocks in maya. For an outsider it might seem like I make a lot of money but at the end of the day it is around 25 an hr. Fortunately VR is massively increasing interest and I am able to start raising my rates.

Learn art, tech and make money. Hard to beat.

Chase Kelly
Chase Kelly

Which cocks are the most popular?

Jaxon Barnes
Jaxon Barnes

Work out. Any activity that involves being physically active. Reading, learning and applying learned knowledge. Self improvement on a daily basis. Instruments. Learning trade skills like construction, carpentry, mechanics and welding. Hunting. Shooting.

Henry Murphy
Henry Murphy

Programming
Arduino stuff
Stargazing
pen spinning
collecting chinese cartoon figs (2poor now tho)
Some violin
Drawing qt chinese cartoons (2busy these days ;_;)

Connor Stewart
Connor Stewart

Fishing is red pilled.

Noah Anderson
Noah Anderson

Just make sure you're making something. Living your whole life only ever consuming is a tragic waste.

Hunter Thomas
Hunter Thomas

But I'm always making memories user