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What hobbies do you have that you hope to continue in grad school?

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Over the past 10 years, I've picked up triathlon as a hobby, but I expect I probably won't have time for that during school. I'm hoping to still have time to swim and run - they are my therapy.

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I've recently worked my way back to crocheting! Hopefully I can continue to learn and shape my craft while in school.

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I've been reading a lot and writing.  Also just binging Hulu.  I need to get back into yoga but recently I haven't felt like doing much of anything.

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I love yoga, and also writing poetry. I'm hoping to do more of both of those when I'm in grad school. 

I also recently discovered a passion for line dancing, so I'm definitely going to try and find a good line dancing community once I get to wherever I'm headed.

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I started figure skating just about a year ago now and it's definitely helped keep me sane.  I also do a lot of netflix and knitting, which is nice because it's not weather dependent and I can do it any time.  I'm hoping to keep doing both in grad school, and my top choice actually has a figure skating club which would be fantastic.

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most of my hobbies are things I can do anywhere -- reading, writing, baking, swimming, Netflix (not always in that order)

but there's an organisation I've volunteered with since I was 11 (23 now) that's really close to my heart, and I'm a little bit concerned because only one of the schools I applied to is close to a chapter, all the other ones are at least an hour's drive away, and I don't think I'd be able to balance that kind of time commitment with grad school, and I don't want to leave the organisation behind for five whole years.

I'm also hoping to adopt a cat, because my dad is allergic and none of my undergrad housing allowed for pets so I've never had the option before. 

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Nothing particular. But just having a couple hours at the end of the day to truly relax and turn my brain off. Fitness, netflix, gamecube, social time, idc. Just some time to defuse really.

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I enjoy console gaming a lot, and I'm going to try and set up some sort of Dungeons and Dragons group wherever I go. I also dabble in some digital art and ricing (customizing user interfaces on phones and computers), and I'd love to stick with it because it's so much fun.

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Just found found out Nintendo is remaking The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening for the Switch sooo I might have to give in an get a Switch. So yeah, hoping to still blow of steam with video games. Also, cooking, baking, binge watching a plethora of shows...

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