Kelley Adinolfi – Hartford Sewing Examiner – Hobbies

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Dining Among The Dead : Decorating the table & centerpiece on a budget September 2, 2013 Our good friend Debe Branning – The Haunted Places/Arizona Haunted Sites Examiner is part of The Pioneers’ Cemetery Association and they are holding their second annual Dining Among The Dead fundraiser. Debe shared with us her decorating on a… Getting ready for a Homemade Halloween! August 31, 2013 Time to start your decorating for the Haunted Halloween season.
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Hobbies and Health Benefits

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The best choice might be to select a hobby that has the potential to pay for itself over time. Woodworking requires a constant supply of wood, but completed projects can be sold at craft fairs and flea markets. Cut costs in another way by making fun crafts to give to friends and family. Just about every hobby has the potential to produce a product that can be sold or gifted.
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Hobbies: idle pastimes or keys to science engagement?

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Everyone has something that they invest their spare time and money on. Some of these hobbies retain their value more than others, though. By their very nature, hobbies don’t need to make money. They’re for entertainment and relaxation, so a return on your investment isn’t required. It couldn’t hurt, though.
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However, I did this one bring added enthusiasm for science to the classroom. I was proud to contribute outside knowledge to the class, and eager to apply what I learned in class to my hobbies. My passion, fueled by hobbies, helped me make the most of school science classes when other students may have disengaged due to sub-optimal curriculum, teaching, or assessments. The possibility that hobbies can influence future involvement in science raises the issue of privilege. Individual, home-based hobbies require money, time, and parental engagement.
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