Top Ten Non-Bookish Hobbies

Here at Diversity Between the Pages, we love books. We love reading books, talking about books, writing books, buying books, anything involving books. However, today’s Top-Ten prompt from That Artsy Reader Girl asks about our non-bookish hobbies.

To help you get to know us better, I asked the contributors to Diversity Between the Pages what their hobbies are. You know, the ones that don’t involve books.

“I don’t understand the question.”

~ Diversity Between the Pages Contributor

Like I said, we all love books and many of us love books so much they are even a part of our careers. So it took some thinking on our part to come up with non-bookish hobbies that aren’t only ones our favorite characters happen to enjoy.

Here are our top ten answers:

  1. Crafting. The variety is endless: sewing, quilting, hand-embroidery, knitting, crocheting, making earrings
  2. Cooking/Baking. Personally, my creative side often emerges in the kitchen.
  3. Walking Outside. With the dog.
  4. Photography.
  5. Playing video, tablet, or phone games.
  6. Gardening.
  7. Watching Movies.
  8. Puzzles.
  9. Visiting historic homes/museums/botanical gardens/parks.
  10. Researching family genealogy.

And, of course, consuming our preferred brand of coffee, tea, or other such beverage.

Tell us below – What are your favorite non-bookish hobbies?

For more non-bookish hobbies, visit That Artsy Reader Girl.

18 thoughts on “Top Ten Non-Bookish Hobbies

      1. Too many faves to name! πŸ˜€ But to pick out a handful, A Raisin in the Sun (1961) and Anastasia (1956) are two of my favorite films, and I get quite a kick out of watching The Dick Van Dyke Show and Leave It to Beaver over and over (and over!) again. ❀

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      2. I loved the animated story of Anastasia the first time I saw it, so how I have I not seen the 1956 version?! And with that cast! And I quite agree – Dick Van Dyke is awesome and I haven’t wated too much Leave it to Beaver, we did more Andy Griffith Show.

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