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Blowme Roberts, · Categories: hobbies

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Simon Quinlank – Duke of Hobbies, Prince of most pastimes…

Blowme Roberts, · Categories: hobbies

Compilation from Lee & Herring’s ‘Fist Of Fun’.

‘The actor’ Kevin Eldon being great as always.

INTJ Hobbies & Leisure | What INTJs Do for Hobbies, Fun, & Relaxation

Blowme Roberts, · Categories: hobbies

What do INTJs like to do for hobbies, leisure, relaxation, or fun? Do INTJs know how to have fun or relax? That’s a great question. All INTJs are different, but INTJs do tend to enjoy similar hobbies and leisure activities. In this video, I’ll share how I prefer to spend my leisure time as an INTJ, and hobbies that other INTJs may enjoy based on my observations of others.
First, it’s interesting to note that, according the MBTI Manual: A Guide to the Development and Use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, INTJs were “overrepresented in ‘Taking classes, going to school,’ ‘Appreciating art,’ ‘Playing computers or video games,’ ‘Working out/exercising;’ underrepresented in ‘Watching TV three hours or more per day.”
[Source: Isabel Briggs Myers, et al. MBTI Manual: A Guide to the Development and Use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, 3rd ed. 1998, Consulting Psychologists Press, Inc.]
• Listening to music
• Reading (I’ll open up 10 tabs at one time and be reading articles for hours, only read nonfiction, but INTJ grandmother likes fiction)
• Learning in any format (I made lists of everything I wanted to learn when I was younger. I’m taking a Bible diploma course right now because I find it interesting).

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