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Hello all just out of a curious though how do you unwind after a hard day's graft (work).
With me it's just sitting at my work bench doing a little bit of model making or watching a little bit of television or are you just to tired to do anything .

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Martini and a swim

I love a good martini. You and I, definitely could hang and be friends.



Maybe reading, or listening to music, or watching something on TV. But whatever it is, I try to be stoned when doing it...



Mooolah Level 8 Sep 13, 2018

I either stare longingly at numbers larger then 0 and imagine them in my bank account or weed


I love cooking with wine. Sometimes I even put it in the food.

Tompain1 Level 7 Sep 14, 2018

When I get home, I take a bubble bath and drink a glass of red wine with some music on. About two hours. Very relaxing...


I stitch...I like to plug in a good movie, one I've seen a million times, and work on one of my stitching projects. I do cross stitch, needlepoint, goldwork, and tambour beading. I have projects going all the time in various stages, and will grab one, stitch, and chill.

linxminx Level 7 Sep 13, 2018

I read, but then the book is engrossing and I miss much needed sleep.

It's a vicious cycle.


I usually just bitch about everything in existence for a few hours. Internal screaming and a constant bad attitude, and a chip on my shoulder all enhance my disgust. After about 10 hours of this, I can usually fall asleep with some work.


"self love"

jwd45244 Level 7 Sep 13, 2018

Gym -> Shower -> Dinner -> Sleep


I stop at the park on the way home once I've collected my thoughts together depending on what needs to be done I tend to it.

oldFloyd Level 7 Sep 13, 2018

There's a telescope sitting by my front door. A cruise of the universe does wonders for me, like meditation.



Secretguy Level 7 Sep 13, 2018

Books and music do the job pretty well for me.


Playing banjo or guitar.
Learning Spanish or Mandarin.
Playing video games (Star Citizen or online texas hold'em).
Watching PBS or history/documentaries on Amazon Prime.
Reading the news (BBC Reuters or AlJazera).
Walk or light evening exercise if morning workout was lazy.
Hanging out on here! smile001.gif

jondspen Level 7 Sep 15, 2018

After a normal day’s work, browse Reddit and, maybe a little gaming, probably some reading.

After a hard day’s work, a glass of wine or a beer while playing a video game or reading a book.

After a really hard day’s work, to hell with all of that. A shot of whiskey, and straight to bed.


A little mindless TV.

bleurowz Level 8 Sep 15, 2018

Sometimes watch the news and go online. Sometimes netflix. Sometimes go out for a late night coffee.

Though I don't really think of it as unwinding. More, finding something to do.

Mb_Man Level 6 Sep 14, 2018

Pedal my bike regularly and then read online.

gsiamne Level 7 Sep 13, 2018

I'm usually here, the people on this website lift me up and the conversations are wonderful. That being said, I have many other hobbies, I have three quilts in progress (yes, I'm crazy) crochet and knitting projects, home decorating projects, two cats, and a stack of books to read. All of those help me unwind if I choose not to be here.


Angry Birds & Judge Judy.


Around 6pm my wife and I "open the bar" and I have a glass of wine. Then we have dinner after which we watch Jeopardy. Then watch some tube or on the computer, smoke a little herb and look for a documentary on Netflix before crashing.

OCJoe Level 6 Sep 13, 2018

Go for a long walk at the park. Play video games. Write or draw.

JDRay Level 5 Sep 13, 2018

Sometimes a movie, Sometimes I'll play some World of Warcraft.
But either way I'm having a couple glasses of wine with it.

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