DMCI Homes Condo Residents Share Their Hobbies at Home

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Hobbies give people a sense of purpose in tough times. These activities can help calm the nerves and recharge the mind. When done with family and friends, hobbies become a way of nurturing relationships. Badminton games or tree planting activities with neighbors can help foster camaraderie and harmonious living.

According to Head to Health Australia, people with hobbies are less likely to experience stress, low mood, and depression. “Activities that get you out and about can make you feel happier and more relaxed. Group activities like team sports can improve your communication skills and relationships with others.”

What do DMCI Homes residents do during their downtime? Here is a list of fun hobbies at home you can enjoy while staying safe in your condo home.

To find out more you can also check out DMCI Homes’ official facebook page and search for the home hobbies series to get an inside look at what the residents of DMCI do in their spare time.

  1. Hula hooping
  2. Jump roping
  3. Baking
  4. Yoga
  5. Outdoor exercise

1. Hula hooping – “Fun and challenging,” said Richard, a resident at Tivoli Garden Residences

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In a Home Hobbies video episode, Richard, a resident at Tivoli Garden Residences, shares techniques on how to do hula-hooping. Richard started this hobby with his fellow residents in March 2021.

The reason why he started trying this out is because it is fun and challenging, the hoop is inexpensive, and he can do hula-hooping anywhere in the amenity areas of the DMCI Homes community. For him, it’s a good workout, and it is a good hobby with friends.

Hula-hooping is a fun hobby that can also be a part of your daily exercise routine. As Richard said, this activity can keep you fit and healthy, and help you improve your balance and posture.

Another unique thing about hula hoop is you can do it anywhere! All you need is a small space where you can move around and you are good to go.

DMCI Homes offers spacious outdoor spaces that can accommodate your favorite hobbies.

2. Jump-roping – “Not a boring cardio”, according to @karenjumps, a resident at Verdon Parc

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Karen, a resident of Verdon Parc, shares in her Home Hobbies video episode a unique technique which will take away the boredom in jump-roping. Karen started this hobby in August 2020.

She just gave it a try then she never thought that she would be enthusiastic about this kind of sport. She also discovered fun reasons in jump-roping like how she can do a lot of tricks or improvise. Karen doesn’t need expensive equipment. All she needs is a jumping rope. It will not only help her get fit but it also helps her have a good balance, and it is a hobby for the whole community which gives them the opportunity to bond. Good thing that this condo in Davao has a couple of spaces for her to jump around.

While jump-roping is more know as a way for kids to get fit, adults who get into it are seeing its benefits in improving physical and mental health. This activity is a fun hobby and an effective way of improving your cardio-respiratory health. You can also use this as a meditative activity – stay in the present moment by focusing on your jumps!

Try this hobby inside your condo space or on the open lawn of your condo community. You can also invite family and friends for a jump-roping competition.

3. Baking – “A simple but healthy recipe”, said Frankie, a resident at Verawood Residences

Because of the pandemic and quarantine protocols, movement has been restricted. People need to plan out their trips to the market and grocery to avoid infection. The remedy that most people resort to is food delivery.

However, we all know that regularly buying fast food is not good for your health and your pocket (it costs too much!). This made Frankie, a resident of Verawood Residence, decide to try baking and learn how to do it inside the comforts and safety of her home.

She didn’t only find a hobby, she can now monitor the food that she is eating. Because of the quarantine lockdown, Frankie noticed that she eats a lot of unhealthy food so instead of eating those things, she decided to bake and make an instructional video on how to do it. Here’s her Home Hobbies video episode on how to bake a delicious oatmeal cookie.

Baking can also be another way of strengthening the bond between family members or the community, you can bake together or exchange recipes. If you’re not confident yet with an oven or just one easy-baking tips to start, check out our weekend no-bake recipes even kids can follow!

Another benefit of baking your own food is saving money from expensive meals and high cost deliveries. Who knows? You can sell it to your community and make it a source of your income.

4. Yoga – “Simple poses at the comforts of your own units,” said Thea, a resident of Siena Park Residences

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Everything has changed since the pandemic. Work from home (WFH) and online classes are now part of our regular lives.

An unwanted consequence of working and studying at home is a sedentary lifestyle. You sit facing your laptop or desktop for hours on end. You forget to take breaks. No wonder many suffer from body aches and stiff necks at this time.

Thea, a resident of Siena Park Residences, is a yoga teacher and has been conducting yoga classes in the condo community since 2018. Her passion for yoga started in 2012. Because of the pandemic and movement restrictions, she observed that her clients were working at home and needed quiet exercises in your condo unit.

The physical distancing restrictions didn’t hinder her from conducting classes. That is why Thea regularly posts instructional videos on DMCI Homes’ social media accounts to help members of the community reverse their sedentary lifestyles.

Here is teacher Thea’s Home Hobbies video episode about Yoga Basics. What are you waiting for? Join Teacher Thea and your condo neighbors in yoga classes right inside your condo home.

5. Outdoor exercise – “Movement is life,” said Jean, a resident of Zinnia Towers

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Doing outdoor exercise is one of the most popular low-cost hobbies in condo communities. DMCI Homes developments feature open outdoor spaces, gym facilities, bike lanes, jogging and walk paths, outdoor equipment and lap pools.

Jean, a resident of Zinnia Towers, knows the importance of health and well-being. Her family takes advantage of the facilities and together they do outdoor exercise such as jogging, biking and swimming. Here is the Home Hobbies video episode of Jean together with her family enjoying outdoor exercise.

How did you find the interesting hobbies of the residents of the DMCI Homes communities? Did they give you ideas on how to better spend your down time? Here are more ideas that might interest you:

DIY Home Decors – You can try to stop and take a look at your condo unit. Perhaps you need a new interior design? What about a change in your palette theme? Here are some DIY home decor ideas that can help you in decorating your small-space condo home.

The Handyman – This tip is not only for the guys out there but also for the gals who are at home looking for ways on how to spend their downtime efficiently. Do a full inspection of this condo security checklist for fixtures, equipment and furniture that need repairs like drawers, squeaking doors and windows, unstable tables and chairs, and start fixing them. You can plan a project of your own such as building a bookcase or shelf, or a mini table or a bench made out of a wood pallet. Here are some activities for dads or men that you can do to spend your downtime efficiently.

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Be a planttito/planttita – Care for plants inside your condo space. This activity can help you improve the air quality indoors and reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression. This activity can also help you to practice your green thumb. Here are some condo gardening tips using your household items.

Budgeting – Yes, financial planning and budgeting can be a hobby of yours! All you have to do is to set aside a day in a week and start to plan your budget for the following week. This activity can help you to monitor your finances and better plan for your financial goals.

Enrichment hobbies – if you feel that you are more comfortable inside your home and looking for hobbies that you can do alone, then these enrichment hobbies are perfect for you. Enrichment hobbies or activities can help you enrich or improve your mind. These include reading, writing or journaling, staying informed, learning new things or languages, and blogging.

Key takeaways

Hobbies are activities that can get you out and about can make you feel happier and more relaxed. These are much-needed in this time of widespread anxiety due to the global pandemic and political uncertainties. Here are tips in strategizing your down time at home:

  • Look for a hobby that suits you. In searching for hobbies at home, you must consider the things or activities that you like or love doing. Choose those that you enjoy and will give you a sense of purpose.
  • Take advantage of what you have. No need to spend a lot! You can take advantage of what you have at home. You can do low cost hobbies like making stuff out of recyclable materials, or you can do workouts on parks and outdoor equipment in your condo community.
  • Don’t forget to share your hobbies. Share your hobbies with family, friends, and neighbors in the community. This is one way of nurturing meaningful relationships with people around you.

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