Fun Activities

Content by: NCES, Inc.

There are many activities, other than eating, that can help us feel nurtured and reduce our stress...

Fun Activities

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Active lifestyles are the key to staying healthy, regardless of age. It is easy to allow the stress of the day to steal away energy and personal interests. Equally, it's easy to lose the enjoyment of life, for you and your family, when daily or weekly activities are not a priority.

Remember, it takes commitment to have a positive, vibrant and active approach to life. Take a moment and consider activities that make you happy!

Physical Activities:

Aerobics
Animals
Baseball
Basketball
Beach Walks
Bicycling
Boating
Bowling
Camping
Canoeing
Community Service
Fishing
Flea Markets
Gardening
Golf
Hiking
Horseback Riding
Ice Skating
Jogging
Kayaking
Kids or grandkids
Martial Arts
Musical Instruments
Ping Pong
Pool
Racquetball
Rollerblading
Scuba Diving
Skateboarding
Skiing
Snow Skiing
Soccer
Softball
Surfing
Swimming
Volleyball
Water Skiing
Woodworking
Yoga

Intellectual or Hobbies:

Art
Aromatherapy
Bird-watching
Board games
Card games
Cars
Checkers
Chess
Clubs
Coin Collecting
Coloring Hair
Computer Games
Crafts
Crossword Puzzles
Drawing
Facials
Flower arranging
Home decor
Internet
Jewelry making
Journaling
Massage
Meditation
Movies
Motorcycling
Museums
Music
Needlepoint
Painting
Photo albums
Photography
Poetry
Pottery
Reading
Scrapbooking
Sculpting
Sewing
Singing
Soaking Bath
Stargazing
Theatre

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