How adults can find new hobbies

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While it can seem like there’s little time in the day to do more than tend to responsibilities at work and at home, people may have more time to pursue leisure activities than they realize. Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – Leisure time can seem like a luxury for many adults. While it can seem like there’s little time in the day to do more than tend to responsibilities at work and at home, people may have more time to pursue leisure activities than they realize. In its 2018 American Time Use Survey, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found that 96% of people age 15 and over engaged in some sort of leisure activity on an average day. Leisure time also seems part and parcel of daily life in Canada, where the average person age 15 and over spent roughly one hour per day engaging in active leisure, which includes activities like drawing, playing an instrument and dancing and more than two hours per day on passive leisure, such as watching television or reading books. How people spend the
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