Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: New South Wales, Australia
I did everything when I was a kid. Gymnastics, dance, calisthenics, ceramics, drama, ballet, Tae Kwon Do, soccer, T-Ball, clarinet etc. Then when I was about 7 or 8 I tried horse riding for a term. And then another and another and then I became a horse rider.
Although i'm not one of those people who do things for fun. I know that sounds strange but I want a reason to do things. Like I study (barely) for the future and when I horse rode it was because I wanted to be the best, and I believed I could. Even if I don't end up there I have to try. I have to be going somewhere.
Now...I'd like to learn violin, maybe guitar, and learn German, Spanish, Swedish and Russian. I lack the dedication to learn things like this, that require repetitive learning - its probably why I want to learn them, because I feel I can't.
I think people should always be learning new things. Like if you work, each semester or something take a different class or two. Things you have always wanted to learn or know. Its the only way you can ever really discover what you want to do.
And you should do ballet classes.