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Alison Reiheld

As the author of this piece, I have been thinking more about what I love to do outside of work (watch soccer games and soccer, play boardgames with adult friends or with my kids, lay in the sun with a good book, sit in the rocking chair with a good book, eat lunch with a good book... there is a theme here). The list is actually much longer than what is in the blog entry. I suppose one advantage of confetti hobbies is breadth; the disadvantage is that depth is harder to come by.

Elisa Freschi

thank you, Alison. This is another post which ---by being able to analyse the issue of what it means to have ''hobbies'' itself--- makes this series quite interesting.

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