Are you bored? If so then maybe you need a new hobby. Fortunately there are many weird and wonderful choices. Even if you don’t have a lot of spare time you should still be able to find something to interest you. Here are 10 Fabulous Geek Hobbies to inspire you in your search!
1. Paper Craft
Yes, you can make really cool stuff out of paper. If Origami isn’t complex enough for you then you could try building a robot. Design your own or download the template to build this one for free > HERE. It’s name is ‘Lens Head’
2. Star Gazing.
This is a good one if you don’t have a lot of time. Simply get yourself a decent telescope and set it up so it is ready to go whenever you are.
3. Rubik’s Cubes
Be careful with these, it starts off simple but you may find yourself craving more complex puzzles such as the Magic Cube 4D or the Magic Cube 5D. Click here to find one at a level you can begin with.^speed cube
Blogging is a great pass time and you can write about anything. Post photos of what you have for lunch or do some research into topics that interest you. If you can’t decide what to blog about then you can choose some of your favorite things and mix them up. Check out this weird Tumblr blog > Selleck Waterfall Sandwich is about three things > Tom Selleck, Waterfalls and Sandwiches!
5. Be A Background TV Star
Have you ever wanted to be a television star? You could do what Paul Yarrow does and become a background TV star. Whenever a news crew or camera crew is around he waits for his chance at background stardom!
6. Become A Mooing Champion
If you don’t like cows then you could mimic a different animal instead. Austin Siok (pictured below) is a mooing champion. His mooing paid off when he won a mooing contest at the Racine country fair. There were 80 entrants in the contest and after a final ‘Moo Off’ Austin was declared the winner. He won $1000, a years worth of free subs, a cow printed jacket and a golden cowbell. This kid is going places!via
7. Toy Voyaging
Do you have a toy that needs a holiday? Check out Toy Voyagers. You can register with them for free and find a host for your toy. There are members from all over the world. You can also offer to host someone else’s toy. A cool way to get pictures of your toy visiting different places!
Postcrossing involves exchanging postcards with people from all over the world. A great way to kick start a postcard collection. You can get started for free at postcrossing.com
9. Tree Art
If you have ever wanted to try your hand at something artistic carving is a good choice. You can carve nearly anything, eggshells, old books, wood, furniture.via
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