I am a man blessed with many hobbies, from book collecting and reading, to writing music and playing guitar, to traveling with my lovely wife and videography. One of the hobbies I enjoy the most this time of year is working outside, digging in the dirt, and creating something out of nothing...like landscaping!
Last year, I started a landscaping project on the side of my house—I wrote about it, and produced this video:
Hobbies should fill your time and interest, perk your curiosity, and deliver satisfaction to your mind, body, and spirit. They should take you away from the daily grind, inspiring and challenging you to make mistakes while attempting to do things you don’t normally do. The good part—it’s your hobby, your time; if it doesn’t work out, who cares?
But when I start digging up the side yard, taking thrice-weekly sojourns to Lowe's, and invest mega time, money, and sweat equity, the end result should at least be something to be proud of. You be the judge:
I love working up a sweat while I’m working outside, but I have to constantly watch out for dehydration, continuously chugging water, grabbing rest in a shaded area, and being cognizant of the
Next hobby for me is to continue working on getting my video site back up and running, while also creating more videos every week. I am putting the finishing touches on a new music vid about green tea that I feel is my best work yet. Stay tuned…
And if you do happen to stay out in the sun too long and start feeling sick, this video should help:
Until next time…