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  • Hannah Burns



A lot of hobbies are beneficial to wellness, including fitness focused activities, cooking or reading, but there are many other things people do that help them get to a better place. Playing video games or watching comedy clips can bring happiness. Drawing, painting or woodworking can help otherwise creatively stifled people release those pent up feelings and allow them to be proud of things that they create. The same goes for musical pastimes for unlocking happiness.

Of course everyone who wants to lose weight or be more fit would strive to pick up jogging or weight training as a hobby, but sometimes those things can feel like another job, especially if the end game is reaching a target weight or fitness level. By having hobbies that do not directly relate to a wellness journey, but have benefits that can further advance the journey, employees can find some happiness that will light the way down the path.

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