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    Fishing – The Best Hobby Work—just the word is enough to make me nauseous sometimes. Look at the definition of the word: work—effort exerted to do or make something; labor, toil. It isn’t exactly the definition of fun. Okay, granted work isn’t always awful. There are plenty of people who like their jobs, and work can even be fun. But for the most part, we all know that we’d rather be doing just about anything other than working. Luckily for us, we don’t work all the time. No, we sleep, eat

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    Fishing for Profit: Turning a Hobby into a Business Introduction When I was about two years old, my grandfather took me on my first of many fishing trips. He had a small lake near his house, which was stocked with fish. Each evening when he would get home from work, my grandmother would have snacks and drinks prepared, and he would come home to get her, and the two of them would go fish for an hour or so. It was how he relaxed after work in the evenings. When his grandchildren visited, we went

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    Leslie Godwin Is A Hobby

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    style. People unnecessary to work all day. People got extra time. This situation crated a new activities that we common called hobby these days. hobby is getting increasingly diversified everyday. Thereby hobby had become lot of function. Some work might be a "job" for soe people but for others, it might be just a hobby. For example, fishing, sports. People often think hobby is just enjoy things and it doesn't affect them as another function. People usually think only hard and difficult things will

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    Many people find hobbies that they enjoy; some people find hobbies that they love and make them lose track of time. What I have come to realize is that when you truly have a passion for something, whether it be good or bad, you tend to put it ahead of other things in life. You become so skilled in this one area because it is something you truly enjoy doing. But you can take what you have learned from this and apply it to the real world. What drives me is bass fishing, to the average person this

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    Essay On Hobbies

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    A hobby is something that you enjoy doing in your spare time. It is an interest, a recreation or activity that you spend time on for pleasure and for relaxation. When you retire from work you will have time to indulge in your favourite hobby or pastime that will help to overcome your boredom. You may also want to try out new hobbies and learn new skills. There are many hobbies and interests surrounding us every day. There are craft hobbies, extreme hobbies, fun hobbies, world hobbies, great hobbies

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    Developing A Hobby Essay

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    A hobby is an activity one develops to pursue an interest, outside of one’s regular occupation and engages in them primarily for pleasure. Hobbies range from fly fishing to leather working to star gazing, it can be anything you want it to be and anything you want to do. Having a hobby helps to make you a more interesting person and it can give you the opportunity to meet new people with similar interests. A chain of events may lead you to a new hobby which you had never considered or thought of

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    What are your thoughts about homework? Do you think that it actually helps you or do you think that it is non-beneficial for you? Imagine a world without homework. Numerous people may argue that homework is great as it really helps one understand the material and obtain improved grades. On the other hand, some disagree and say that homework is bad for oneself and creates many health and life problems. Homework should not exist as it does create too many problems with one’s health and life, and would

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    My Best Friend

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    friends, Jimmy and Greg, are total opposites of each other. Personality wise Jimmy is very outgoing, meanwhile, Greg is antisocial. Furthermore, my friend Jimmy goes to college unlike Greg who works two full-time jobs. Lastly, Greg’s hobby includes car racing while Jimmy’s hobby includes collecting sneakers. My best friends, Jimmy and Greg have completely opposite personalities. Jimmy is super outgoing and loves meeting new people. Whenever Jimmy is out at the mall or at school he is always making

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    I am going to tell about the characteristics about Squeaky, then I am going to talk about the characteristics of Gretchen from the story “Raymond's Run”. Then in my conclusion I will talk about how Gretchen and Squeaky are alike and different. characteristics of The characteristics of Squeaky in the story “Raymond’s Run” is competitive, grouchy, protective, fast, observant. I can tell that squeaky is Competitive because in the story Squeaky says” I win cause i’m the best.” (Bambara,26)and to me that

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    Can Time Really Be Found?

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    to take some time for themselves. They enjoy dedicating this time to their favorite hobbies. However, very few of these people have the fortune of obtaining this luxury. In order for one to attain the pleasure of having past times he must possess a key element: time. This is, however, not what Anne Lamott states in her essay, “Time Lost and Found” (p.239). Lamott argues that one must make time for their hobbies by sacrificing other valued time. She goes on to explain that finding free time is

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