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Hello! I played too much games and decided to fully quit in 2020 as a result of getting mild RSI. However; I am looking at picking up hobbies that don't require too much repetitive motions like typing / using a pencil or pen. Anyone have an idea of what hobbies would be good?

 

Here's some hobbies I've been doing since I quit; I have to make alterations in order to do half of them (the first 6 don't require alterations):
- Health & Fitness
- Reading & Audiobooks
- TV
- Music & Podcasts
- Origami
- Language Learning
 - Mainly the listening, speaking & reading part; not writing
- Board Games
 - Try in person solo board games? Or Board games using touch screen
- Chess
 - Chess books & touch screen
- Puzzles - touchscreen
- Art - painting
- Writing - Dictation

 

Thank you all;

 

Brim59.

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  • 7 months later...

There are a lot of great board games out there that support solo play. I'd suggest not playing digital versions of any game or puzzle, as that could lead to a slippery slope.

Some great ones:

  • Gloom Haven
  • Scythe
  • Wingspan
  • Eldritch Horror
  • This War of Mine
  • Dinosaur Island: Rawr 'n Write
  • Isle of Cats
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I can recommend geocaching if you like going outside and doing treasure hunts. There's a great community behind it as well so you can get social with people who enjoy the same thing.

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