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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Paul Duxbury 
 
 Article Title :: Marketing a Craft Product
 
There are many ways to market your soaps and homemade bath products. I have found that giving free samples is one of the best methods for getting new customers for my soaps. You can cut 16 samples from one basic 4 oz. bar of soap by cutting the bar into 8 pieces, then cutting those pieces in half. Next, place a piece of the soap in a small craft bag (you can get these at Stores in the Crafts section) and label it with your business information using regular Avery mailing labels. To distribute your samples, place them in attractive baskets and visit a few non-competing stores to see if they will let you leave your baskets on their counters. You can also staple these to your business cards  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Paul Duxbury 
 
 Article Title :: Make your own Bath Bombs!
 
Bath bombs are easy to make and provide a delightful fizzing adventure in the tub. If you do not know what a bath bomb is, it is a sweet scented mixture of citric acid, baking soda and other ingredients that fizz when you plop them into your tub. As your bomb fizzes, the scent is released filling the room with a comforting aroma that lasts for hours. To make bath bombs, you will need 1/3 part citric acid, and 2/3 part baking soda as well as some witch hazel in a spray bottle. First, mix the baking soda and citric acid together well, so that they are blended well. Next, add colorant if desired (you can use dried herbs for colour, just a pinch or so) and enough fragrance to scent the mixtu  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Paul Duxbury 
 
 Article Title :: An introduction to the game of Tennis
 
For any future athlete that intends to start a new activity, knowing a little bit of history about the sport is always a good idea. Ball games can be traced back for hundreds and thousands of years. Usually played for entertainment or during religious ceremonies, ball games became highly popular in countless civilizations worldwide. European monks probably created the game of tennis. The players quickly found out that instead of hitting the ball off walls they had better control using their hand. A leather glove was soon created, and not long after, an adapted handle completed the first racquet. As the racquets evolved, so did the balls that were used. A bouncier type stuffed with bran ma  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Paul Duxbury 
 
 Article Title :: Introducing the fascinating hobby of Birdwatching!
 
Birds are the most visible form of wildlife, they are found in every part of the world that is not permanently covered by ice, and you can see them in any weather, any time of day or night, anywhere you go. Whether you live in the country or the city, there are birds nearby, 835 species of birds spend at least part of the year in North America. You can go out looking for birds or attract them to your home. Birding is one of the fastest-growing outdoor activities all around the world. The Verb 'To Bird' would serve as an excellent jumping off point for a feature, which highlights the growing popularity of birding. More than 70 million Americans are feeding and watching backyard birds. Succe  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Roger Sullivan 
 
 Article Title :: Forging a Sword (or, how to test your mettle ..uh .. metal)
 
The Bronze Age (Where it all started) Bronze was the first really useful metal to be used extensively for tools and weapons. The first historic traces of bronze weapons appear in Asia and Africa as early as 4,500 BC. Bronze is an metal alloy, that is, a mixture composed of copper and tin. Other elements such as zinc are also often included in the alloy. Bronze was popular in the early ages primarily because of its low melting temperature. The technology of the time supported limited forging temperatures (i.e. the ol' campfire). Since bronze melts at lower temperatures, forging blades of bronze imposed less of a technological challenge. Unfortunately, bronze   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Peter Jay 
 
 Article Title :: Quality of Life
 
A new hobby can improve your quality of life. Think of it. A hobby is a recreational or leisure activity outside of you career or work place. It is something YOU are interested in, some YOU want to pursue. Would it not improve your quality of life to do the things that you enjoy? You should not be selfish in pursuing what you want, what you want can actually benefit others around you as well. You can think of activities to which you can invite others to come along. You can find activities and hobbies that not only improve your own quality of life, but others as well. People need a purpose in life, a reason to do things. I am not saying that hobbies are the ultimate purpose for living, but  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Peter Jay 
 
 Article Title :: Hobby Ideas
 
There are as many hobbies as there are ideas. A hobby can be any leisure activity you pursue outside of your work or career. Hobbies can range from raising fish to or growing algae in your fish tank to watching the stars through a telescope. A hobby can be anything you want it to be. It can be anything you want to do. Hobbies are limitless. Just think of all of the things you have ever wanted to do, and start doing them in any small way you can. You can read books about it. For some people reading books may even be a hobby. Studying and researching various things may be a hobby. Some people are just curious and want to know everything. I have many different interests in my life. Because o  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Peter Jay 
 
 Article Title :: Hobby Psychology
 
Happiness is the culmination of small amounts of success. You will inevitably not be successful at everything you try to do. Also, if you measure your success by extreme standards, such as accomplishing some great and important task then you will likely often be too hard on yourself and feel like a failure, despite all of your other small successes. It is better to focus on the small successes and make them happen as often as you can. Mastering a new hobby can be a small success that you can accomplish, that you can make happen, and that you have control over. Moreover, it is something you choose to do. You can succeed at the things that YOU want to. If you or someone you know is having t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Peter Jay 
 
 Article Title :: Online Hobby Store
 
Is an online hobby store a good idea? I asked myself the same question. What could an online hobby store offer potential customers? If someone was pursuing a hobby, they might rather go to a physical location so they could test out the equipment before they buy it, rather than purchasing it online, and then finding out it is not exactly what they wanted. I do not think that is the case however. An online hobby store can provide a hub of information for a particular hobby to let an online shopper or user know the details and find all of the information they want about a particular hobby. At a physical location, they could also talk to people in person about their particular hobby or area of   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Peter Jay 
 
 Article Title :: Hobbies - Guitar
 
Playing the guitar is one of the most popular hobbies in America. Millions of Americans play the guitar as a leisure activity; and why not? It is one of the easiest musical instruments to learn and the most popular music of the day is played on the guitar. Many people do not realize how easy it is to really learn to play the guitar. Some people, who first begin learning to play the guitar, try to learn a very hard song from the start. Then they start thinking they will never be able to learn to play, that they just do not have that "natural" musical talent that some people have, when really they just picked a hard song. Some people try to play the guitar for only about a week and expect to   (read full article)
 
 
 
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