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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Unique Handiwork

There are many advantages and benefits to having a hobby. It is very therapeutic because it diverts the mind and takes away some of the stress that comes with all the burdens of daily life. It also results in some wonderful and unique works of art.

I for one truly enjoy engaging myself in a wide variety of hobbies and am always up for trying a new craft. My Rheumatoid Arthritis does set limits though and I usually stick to those which don't put too much pressure on the joints in my hands.

That is one of the reasons why I have neither taken up nor tried making jewelry. I sure would love to. The possibilities are endless and one can make it as intricate and elaborate as wanted or needed to match any outfit or come up with a unique present.

The latter is not prevented by any means. There are many who are much more capable of making gorgeous pieces as you can see when visiting http://www.craftsvilla.com. Give them the materials and they will turn it into something beautiful.

Just because I am prevented from practicing this hobby doesn't mean you are too. You can always give it a go. Nothing ventured, nothing gained and if for some reason it doesn't work out, you can always rely on other people's handiwork!


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