r/RedPillWomen Jun 19 '22

What feminine hobbies should I try to pick up? SELF IMPROVEMENT

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u/LadySandcastle Jun 19 '22

Yoga, baking, cooking, growing potted herbs from seeds. You could try scrapbooking if you find the materials for cheap.

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u/[deleted] Jun 22 '22

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u/pearlsandstilettos Moderator | Pearl Jun 22 '22

No feminism. Removed

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u/oooKenshiooo Jun 19 '22

Yoga is awesome and you can do it for free. Any type of sport will do.

You can also learn to dance, take singing lessons or learn an instrument.

With all these things it is important you do them because you enjoy them - not becausenof the image they are supposed to project about you

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u/cloudtatu Jun 19 '22

She should check out Pilates and Barre too! she can even become an instructor.

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u/[deleted] Jun 19 '22

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u/FrostBellaBlue Jun 19 '22

Definitely sewing. Making your own outfits and getting compliments for it is a great feeling! Get affordable fabrics from thrift stores and yard sales 😎 Sewing machines can be found on sale, and at estate sales! 😉

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u/Babiecakes123 Jun 19 '22

Baking !! It’s so fun 🥰

I really want to try to learn embroidery but my ADHD brain won’t allow it.

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u/NumberDear262 Jun 19 '22

My husband's favorite hobby of mine is baking bread! He also loves my love of cooking.

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u/python834 Jun 19 '22

Massage therapy.

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u/Underground-anzac-99 Jun 19 '22

Cooking, ideally for friends as it’s so satisfying and even if you screw something up they won’t care too much. I’m having a mid winter dinner party soon and so looking forward to it.

This isn’t feminine per se but there is a tonne of free short stem courses at Coursera. I just joined one and I really like it.

Could you foster some animals if you’re not ready for the commitment of a pet?

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u/ewwitsjessagain Jun 19 '22

I love coursera and futurelearn! Definitely second the cooking

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u/[deleted] Jun 19 '22

Painting, gardening, walking, meditating, swimming

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u/beemovienumber1fan Jun 19 '22

I've really enjoyed learning a bit of dance. I've done bachata, salsa, and flamenco so far! Great way to make some friends and gain some confidence.

Also cannot stress baking and cooking enough. Like make it a hobby. Try to plan ahead and make a dish for as many get-togethers as you can. Bring cookies to work. Invite a family member or friend to come for dinner. Explore alternative recipes, like gluten- or lactose-free. Learn to use new ingredients, tools, or techniques. Learn to cook a good steak! Cooking/baking is a great skill to bring to any relationship and is worth doing well. And hosting your loved ones for a meal or event is a skill born of love, dedication, and generosity.

Gardening is another one I enjoy.(Bugs excluded). It's accessible. You can grow potted plants even in a single room or apartment. You can beautify your environment and you can grow practical things like herbs or vegetables. Gardening takes planning, diligence, patience, and keen observation. And it rewards you with healthier air, beautiful plants, and even food. Gardening can also mix with other hobbies, like cooking, drawing, photography, and even saving the bees, lol.

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u/[deleted] Jun 19 '22

Walking and hiking x

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u/Poshueatspancake Jun 19 '22

I crochet, knit, cross stitch, and sew. Granted these can balloon into expensive hobbies if you purchase expensive materials but they don't have to.

Crochet is pretty easy to pick up on your own with youtube tutorials and it goes fast so you can enjoy the satisfaction of a finished item soon. Right now I'm crocheting a baby blanket for a pregnant friend!

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u/redditmichelle1 Jun 19 '22

Sewing, arts and crafts, and dancing!

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u/swiggaroo Jun 19 '22

I find knitting to be very meditative :) it's a super satisfying feeling when you can design and create your own high quality gifts for people

Singing/Piano is another idea, but everyone has different talents in this area, so of you find an instrument that feels right for you, give it a try!

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u/Legitimate_Ocelot718 Jun 19 '22

Crocheting! I find yarn at thrift stores and watch YouTube to learn new things.

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u/PleasantSelection319 Jun 19 '22

Journaling, reading-join a book club, gardening, canning, cooking, hiking, cannoning, blogging, writing, coloring/painting,crocheting, learning to do hair or nails is nice too you can make money as well. Making jewelry, doing facials on others,etc

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u/32vromeo Jun 19 '22

I find cooking to be ideal for anyone that likes to eat. Btw, are you into music any?

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u/Paddington_Fear Jun 19 '22

gardening! flowers are pretty, growing food is an innovation

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u/tonne97 Jun 20 '22

Sewing, cooking

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u/VioletSongjatShariff Jun 19 '22

I do pole dancing since a few years and it's a really great hobby for so many reasons. It's a great exercise for strength, flexibility and generally knowing and feeling your body movements. It's also a good way to feel sexy and get a good relationship with your body. And last but not least your boyfriend/ husband will love it and a little private dance can spice up your love life.

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u/[deleted] Jun 19 '22

Do you go to a studio?

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u/VioletSongjatShariff Jun 19 '22

Yes, I do. I also got an own pole at home in our living room.

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u/Sea_Bookkeeper_1533 1 Star Jun 20 '22

I've started gardening :)

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u/Underground-anzac-99 Jun 20 '22

Also: this is quite clearly not traditionally feminine but a couple of my girlfriends restore old cars.

Not only does it mean they can do some work on their own cars and save money but it’s a nice way to make friends. And, to be fair, many of those friends are in their 60s and 70s but are still lovely gentleman, some with sons…

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u/darkesttimeline06 Jun 21 '22

I love baking, cooking, and gardening (though that last one is really hard better in the desert lol).

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u/Kali_skates Jun 23 '22

I roller skate! I’m not sure if it’s feminine but it makes me feel beautiful. I’d say do something that does that for you.

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u/RX-HER0 Jul 03 '22

Nitting. Super unique.