Though most men believe in work hard and party harder, partying all the time can get tedious after some time and developing a hobby or finding other forms of entertainment to keep you busy is quite a challenge. If you ask a teenager or even a young man the question what are your hobbies there are chances that he will rattle off a number of things but as men grow older asking the same question will get them stumped.
Apart from watching your favorite sports on TV learning to play some kind of sport should be more entertaining than just watching all the time. There is no need to go professional just learning to swing a tennis racket for a few hours in the club or even bowling regularly at the bowling alley will keep you entertained and fit at the same time. Reading is another hobby that seems to be fading with both men and women but developing the habit of reading and colleting some of the rare books can actually keep you entertained in ways that you may have not thought of. Some men even take it as far as collecting rare manuscripts and collectors’ item. But if you are the energetic and adventurous type rock climbing, trekking and hiking should keep you on your toes literally.
There are men who when younger would have loved drawing and painting but abandon it once they get busy but keeping the creative talent alive even if you don’t take up professional painting can be a stress-buster and quite an entertaining hobby. If you can’t paint but have good eye for details on pictures you can always take up photography as a hobby – it is one of the easiest ones to develop because if you do not find any other subject you can always click candid pictures of friends and family.
With so much technological invasion in our lives playing video games on your PlayStation can keep you entertained and occupied for hours but always make sure you do not become a hulk yourself after playing too much violent games because that is actually becoming a reality with many men developing emotional issues.