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Best Hobbies for Men

Copyright

Copyright © 2012 by Sean Mosley.  Best Hobbies for Men.  All rights reserved.  Printed in the United States of America.  No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission.  Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Contents

Chess

Ham Radio

Reading

Playing Guitar

Ballroom Dancing

Woodworking

Gardening

Classic Car Restoration

Metalworking

Marksmanship

Collecting

Camping/Backpacking

Ship In a Bottle

Hunting

Fishing

Whittling

Geocaching

Sports

Model Building

Leatherbuilding

Bowling

Archery

Letting Writing

Martial Arts

Hiking

Alcohol/Cigar/Pipe Smoking Connoisseur

Photography

Pool/Billiards

Mountaineering

Cooking

Blacksmithing

Flying

Magic

Learning a Foreign Language

Card Playing

Blogging

Paintball

Fencing

Beer Brewing

Drawing and Painting

Astronomy

Genealogy

Adventure Races

Knitting

Computer Programming

Coaching

Rocketry

Fantasy Sports

Mentoring

Chess

Men have been playing chess for thousands of years in order to fine tune their concentration, critical thinking, abstract reasoning, and problem solving skills. AoM favorite Benjamin Franklin wrote an essay back in the 18th century entitled The Morals of Chess. In it Franklin argued that playing chess created valuable qualities of the mind, useful in the course of human life, [that] are to be acquired or strengthened by it, so as to become habits, ready for all occasions. For Life is a kind of Chess… What better way to pass the time with a friend than to play a game that makes you a better man. If you don’t have anyone to play with, check out chess.com where you can play online.

Ham Radio

Looking to be a part of a tight knit community with a focus on radio and communication? Look no further than ham radio. While the internet has taken radio’s place as the dominant form of communication, a vibrant community of amateur radio enthusiasts still exists. Radio hobbyists enjoy communicating directly with people from all over the world while expanding their