Like @sugarhouse, and @Wintermoon, I’m also a (terrible in my case) amateur gardener. Being in the Northern hemisphere (vs @Sugarhouse’s southern), I’m starting to think about planting some easy to grow plants in pots as spring arrives.
Anyone reading, a bag of soil, some pots and some seeds and a bit of dedication and patience are all you need. Some things are easier to grow than others, but if you’re just wanting to try something out, a tomato plant and some flower seeds are a good start. I get a real kick out of it. Just don’t forget to water regularly. There are loads of tips and youtube videos out there.
I am currently planning to learn piano when I get a bit of time. A ten minute a day sort of thing. I tried when I was at school but I’m ready to give it a bit more practice this time around.
Starting to get back into the gym too. Post pandemic, I’m the most unfit I’ve ever been, but I’m giving it a go.
I think a good idea might be to do things that require little and often participation, rather than things that require you to dedicate hours to every time you do it.
If it’s too hard you might not stick to it. Make it as easy as possible to make a success of.
Set easy goals, work out how to cook something you normally buy frozen or order in perhaps. We made pizza recently for the first time. We used pre made dough so it really wasn’t that tough, but even so, we got a sense of achievement out of it. Next time we are going to make our own dough. Not exactly tough cooking, but a small achievement that most people could manage.