- watching good movies, not the crap Hollywood thinks we want to see. Anything from silent to 80's, 50's noir, Criterion collection, indies and foreign. Also a soft spot for Britcoms.
- DIY projects and seeing if I can repair something before it gets tossed in the bin.
- getting back into playing guitar...quite a bit of thanks to John (johnny196775) for making me want to play again.
- still playing video games at my age...probably will be when I'm 70, I can bet on it.
I would say my biggest hobby right now is golf. It's the off season here, so already looking forward to spring so I can play again. I also love watching/following sports and playing/listening to music.
I like wood working stuff though that's slowed down a lot lately.
Been playing some golf but I just don't seem to have a knack for it. Still fun though!
I used to watch a lot of movies and tv shows been wanting to get back into that too if anyone's got recommendations!
Also a big fan of puzzles whether that's jigsaw puzzles or brainteasers or the kinds you find in escape rooms, love them all!
Not exactly hobbies, but if I have a leisure time, I like:
drawing //despite I can't
playing guitar//also can't ))
playing video games
playing board games
watching the stars
Horror movies, video games (mostly retro RPGs and a couple FPS), musically I wrote and played in metal bands for 17 years, but for privacy reasons I prefer not to discuss that publicly, and I'm a buff for the following academic subjects as a hobby: comparative religion, mythology, anthropology, folklore, and theoretical astrophysics.
TL;DR -- I'm a massive nerd.
In my middle 20s, I found myself to be very financially poor, and I found reading articles on the internet and hanging out at the local libraries and flipping through books there to be a very cheap hobby. So in an effort to save money, I'd smoke a bowl or have a couple whiskey cocktails and launch myself down a Wikipedia rabbit hole, or slap on a documentary on youtube and just listen to it and then do cross-reference research on it later.
Cross-Referencing is a hobby of mine that started probably when I was 14, originally for an assignment in my high school English class. The assignment was pretty simple: Find two movies of a similar genre, and write a compare/contrast essay about them. So, I landed on Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Vanilla Sky. I actually really enjoyed the assignment, and as a teen I'd never really thought of doing that before so I began to naturally do that with everything as a hobby.