7 Hobbies for Loners and Introverts to try in 2021

Loners and introverts enjoy company at times, but generally feel the most peace when they’re on their own. This can give them a lot of freedom when it comes to ways to spend their time. When you don’t have to depend on other people’s schedules, moods, or inclinations, the sky’s the limit.... So, what would you like to do personally? To get you started, here are the top 7 hobbies for loners and introverts to try:


Foraging is a fun and practical activity that hearkens back to ancient humanity, when gathering wild food, such as roots, nuts, and fruits, was a necessity.

Whittling and Woodcarving

Wood carving is an activity that requires a few tools, some focus, and a bit of creativity. It’s done one of two ways: by hand, with a knife or chisel, often called whittling; or done with some matter of industrial tool, such as a gauge or coping saw.

Video Games (and PC Games)

Some women might start to scroll by this, but wait! There are video games and PC games (computer games) to suit nearly everyone, depending on what you’re looking for.

- Foraging - Whittling and Woodcarving - Bird Watching - Video Games (PC Games) - Weight Lifting - Sculpting with Polymer Clay - Kickboxing

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