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Time For Your Hobby

27
Oct 2019

Ep.61 Over and Under, Comfort Awaits (Melissa - Sewing)

(Melissa - Sewing)

In this episode, I had the honour to have Melissa as my guest. She shared with me her interest in sewing as her hobby.

Melissa's links:
 
Time For Your Hobby Links:
Website: https://timeforyourhobby.wixsite.com/podcast (click to find Apple, Spotify, Google and more)

If you like this episode and think it can be helpful to someone you are more than welcome to share it. Please find below the show notes if you want to see all the questions asked in the episode.

If you want to be on my podcast or have any questions at all, by all means, contact me through any of the platforms above.

So until the next episode... make some time for your hobby.

Take care,

Timestamp:
00:28 - Intro
00:53 - Who is Melissa?
01:39 - How did you get introduced to sewing?
05:52 - Did you teach your mother anything about sewing?
06:47 - Have you ever worked on a project with your mother?
08:15 - Do you still own the first thing you created?
10:13 - Where do you get the ideas to create these projects?
12:04 - Do you prefer to do things out of necessity or more out of creativity?
14:17 - Do you ever do emotional sewing (story about Melissa’s grandmother)?
21:48 - On a personal level, what is the best thing about sewing?
25:09 - Talking about repairing a backpack with tooth floss.
25:46 - Do you prefer to sew by hand or by machine?
27:07 - What is the current machine you’re using?
30:10 - Are there any features that you wished a sewing machine had?
31:55 - How is an old-world craft like sewing still relevant to our 21st-century?
36:55 - Do you have any inspiration?
41:57 - What has sewing taught you in life?
44:17 - Did you ever hurt yourself while sewing?
46:40 - How often do you tend to sew?
48:14 - Has sewing ever stressed you out?
49:23 - Do you have any tricks when it comes to getting the thread through the needle?
51:05 - What was your biggest challenge when you first started sewing?
53:48 - Do you still have challenges today?
57:15 - Do you have a picture of all your projects?
58:04 - What are some misconceptions of people who sew?
01:00:00 - Would you ever make a costume for a convention?
01:01:16 - Do you want to share this hobby with the world or keep it more for yourself?
01:03:45 - Did you ever teach anyone about sewing?
01:06:50 - Do you have a link or website you would like to share?/ Where can people find you?
01:08:44 - Do you have any questions for me about (Melissa gives me a tote bag as a gift, you hear my reaction)?
01:12:49 - Outro

 

20
Oct 2019

Ep.60 When The End Is Near (Angela - Learning About Death)

(Angela - Learning About Death)

In this episode, I had the honour to have Angela as my guest. She shared with me her interest in learning about death her hobby.

Angela’s link:
Podcast: (People Keep Dying) http://peoplekeepdying.com/  it can be found anywhere you listen to podcasts.
Instagram: (@peoplekeepdying) https://www.instagram.com/peoplekeepdying/ 
Twitter: (@Peoplekeepdying) https://twitter.com/Peoplekeepdying 
Email: peoplekeepdying@gmail.com 

Time For Your Hobby Links:
Website: https://timeforyourhobby.wixsite.com/podcast (click to find Apple, Spotify, Google and more)

If you like this episode and think it can be helpful to someone you are more than welcome to share it. Please find below the show notes if you want to see all the questions asked in the episode.

If you want to be on my podcast or have any questions at all, by all means, contact me through any of the platforms above.

So until the next episode... make some time for your hobby.

Take care,

Timestamp:
00:28 - Intro
01:21 - Who is Angela?
02:01 - Do you have any social media links you would like to share?
04:48 - How did you get introduced to the principal of death?
07:38 - What types of death are you interested in (murder, accidental, old age, disease)?
08:29 - How much does the mystery aspect play a role in your interest in death?
09:15 - Is there a specific region in the world that you prefer to focus on?
11:15 - What is your preferred source to learn about the deceased?
12:12 - Do you do a lot of cross-referencing when learning about a death (sometimes some stories can have the wrong facts)?
12:48 - Are you interested in the death of other living creatures (animals, plants, microorganisms)?
15:53 - Do you think society has become more desensitized about death?
16:34 - For a kid to start listening to true crime podcasts?
18:45 - What would you say is the best thing about learning about death?
19:47 - Do you like researching similar topics or new ones?
20:31 - Would you ever be interested in interviewing someone was a witness to a murder or a murderer?
22:38 - Talking about my near-death experience.
25:16 - What was the biggest challenge you had when you first started learning about death?
25:43 - What is your current biggest challenge?
27:50 - How did structure your podcast around the principal of death?
30:24 - Has studying deaths ever stressed you out?
31:18 - What are some misconceptions about people who are interested in the concept of death?
32:29 - What has learning about death taught you in life?
33:56 - Talking about how ‘’everything causes cancer’’ and might kill you.
37:04 - If you had the possibility to live forever, would you do it?
38:32 - Do you want to present your hobby to the world or use it as your escape from reality?
40:07 - Do you think because there's so much death on social media and the news that it encourages people to murder?
42:10 - Do you have any word of advice for anyone who might be interested in this hobby?
43:14 - Do you have any social media links you would like to share?
46:16 - Do you have any questions for me about death?
47:55 - Outro
13
Oct 2019

Ep.59 Imagination To Reality (Dan - 3D Printing & Modelling)

(Dan - 3D Printing & Modelling)

On this episode I had the honour to have Dan as my guest. He shared with me his interest in 3D printing and modelling his hobby.

Links:
3D printing sub reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/3Dprinting/ 
Thingiverse (a place to find 3D print files): https://www.thingiverse.com/ 

If you like this episode and think it can be helpful to someone you are more than welcome to share it. Furthermore if you want to listen to short previews of upcoming and old episodes you can check out my following social media links:

Instagram @timeforyourhobby (https://www.instagram.com/timeforyourhobby/?hl=en).

Twitter @tfyhpodcast (https://twitter.com/tfyhpodcast)

If you would like to be on the show or have any questions, you can send me an email at timeforyourhobby@gmail.com

Here's my website so you can listen to it on the platform of your choice (Podbean, Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Play Music, Castbox, TuneIn, Pocket Cast, Overcast, Stitcher, Google Podcast): https://timeforyourhobby.wixsite.com/podcast 

Thank you,

Time stamp
00:28 - Intro
01:06 - Who is Dan?
01:42 - How did you get introduced to 3D printing and modelling?
02:56 - When did you get your first 3D printer?
04:18 - Are you finished up upgrading your printer?
04:43 - What is your current printer?
05:46 - How long do you expect your printer to last?
06:21 - Where do you go to learn about modelling?
07:16 - Do you prefer to print for practical reasons or more none practical reasons?
07:49 - What was the first thing you printed?
08:09 - How many times out of 10 your printer messed up a project?
09:02 - How often do you use your 3D printer?
09:29 - What is the most complex and simplest thing you ever printed?
11:21 - Talking about printing a storm trooper outfit.
12:26 - What is the coolest thing you seen on that 3d modeling website?
13:18 - Where do you go to get inspiration to make a new model?
15:05 - Talking about how 3D printers can help make prosthetic limbs.
16:00 - What are some pros and cons about using a 3D printer?
19:05 - Is there anything you wanted to print but you haven’t been able to print yet?
19:31 - Is there an adhesive that helps bind individual printed pieces together?
20:07 - What would you say is the best part about 3D printing and modeling?
21:23 - What is your current biggest challenge?
22:03 - Do you still have the same challenge today?
25:26 - What has 3D taught you in life?
27:44 - Has 3D printing and modelling helped you relax when you are feeling stressed?
28:47 - Has 3D printing and modelling ever stressed you out?
29:36 - What are some misconceptions about people who do 3D printing or modelling?
31:02 - What are some good starter 3D printers?
31:54 - Do you have any word of advice for anyone who might be interested in 3D printing or modelling?
32:42 - Do you have any social media links you would like to share?
34:24 - Do you have any questions for me about 3D printing or modelling?
36:46 - Outro

6
Oct 2019

Ep.58 Up And Down The Hill Thrill (Jim - Mountain Biking)

(Jim - Mountain Biking)

On this episode I had the honour to have Jim as my guest. He shared with me his interest in mountain biking as his hobby.

Here are all the resources Jim provided to help you learn more about mountain biking.
Jim’s reddit user name: /u/JEMcolorado
Jim’s email: eddybiker60@gmail.com 
Front Range Mountain Biking: https://www.facebook.com/frontrangemountainbiking/ 
Colorado Mountain Bike Association: https://www.facebook.com/ColoradoMountainBikeAssociation/ 
Colorado Mountain Bike Association: https://www.comba.org/ 
International mountain biking association: https://www.imba.com/ 
Pinkbike : https://www.pinkbike.com/ 
MTBR: https://www.mtbr.com/ 

 

If you like this episode and think it can be helpful to someone you are more than welcome to share it. Furthermore if you want to listen to short previews of upcoming and old episodes you can check out my following social media links:

Instagram @timeforyourhobby (https://www.instagram.com/timeforyourhobby/?hl=en).

Twitter @tfyhpodcast (https://twitter.com/tfyhpodcast)

If you would like to be on the show or have any questions, you can send me an email at timeforyourhobby@gmail.com

Here's my website so you can listen to it on the platform of your choice (Podbean, Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Play Music, Castbox, TuneIn, Pocket Cast, Overcast, Stitcher, Google Podcast): https://timeforyourhobby.wixsite.com/podcast 

Thank you,

00:28 - Intro
01:00 - How did you get the name ‘’Jim From Denver”?
01:35 - Who is Jim?
02:17 - introducing mountain bikes.
02:33 - How did you get introduced to mountain biking?
07:50 - Do you remember the features of your first mountain bike?
08:35 - How many bikes have you had since your current bike?
10:21 - What is your process when it comes to choosing new bikes?
15:14 - Where do you see the future of mountain biking going?
18:34 - Talking about mountain biking in winter.
20:32 - What time for year do you prefer going mountain biking?
21:32 - How long does a season last for you?
22:25 - Do like to go through the same paths or new ones?
23:58 - What do you tend to bring with you while mountain biking?
27:39 - Do you prefer mountain biking alone or with company?
28:42 - What would you say is the best part about mountain biking?
30:18 - What was your biggest challenge when you first started mountain biking?
32:33 - What is your current biggest challenge?
33:26 - Talking about injuries with mountain bikes.
34:31 - What are some misconceptions about mountain biking?
37:12 - Do you want to present this hobby to the world or keep it for yourself?
38:08 - Do you have any word of advice for anyone who might be interested in mountain biking?
40:40 - Do have any social media links you want to share?
42:38 - Do you have any questions for me about mountain biking?
45:31 - Outro

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