Bachelorette party ideas for introverts

Bachelorette Party Ideas For Introvert Brides That Are So Chill


by Gabrielle LaFrank

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While getting married can be tons of fun, it can also be tons of stress. Even the fun things, like planning an epic bachelorette party, can get to any bride. Luckily, every bride has (or should have!) a team of bridesmaids by her side to help take on some of the responsibilities of wedding planning. As the ceremony gets closer, an introvert bride will undoubtedly have a lot on her plate. While wild and sexy bachelorette parties can be tons of fun, sometimes a bride just wants to chill with her besties before her big day. And if you're a self-proclaimed introvert, the bachelorette planning process can feel — and be — a little overwhelming.  Hey, even if you'd rather go out and hit the town from morning till night, having a list of bachelorette party ideas for introverts on deck means that you always have a little something for everyone who's heading to the party.

So if you're looking for some inspiration for a chill bachelorette party for an introvert bride, look no further.

1. A Camping Trip With Your Girls

Spending a night or two in nature can bring some peace and quiet into a time of utter chaos. If sleeping on the ground isn't your thing, try your hand at "glamping," which is basically camping with a little more glam. It's totally fitting for a bride.

2. Spa Day


Relax with your girls at a spa for some much-needed pampering before your big day. You'll be treated like the queen you are while you finally getting the chance to unwind. It's basically a stressed bride's dream come true.

3. An Old-School Sleepover

It's totally classic and totally fun. You can do whatever you want in the comfort of your own home, whether that includes watching movies, playing strip poker, or getting tipsy with your girls. You can't go wrong with a bridal party slumber party.

4. Have A Bob Ross Painting Party

Even just the thought of Bob Ross promises something meaningful and happy. Take a trip to the craft store to buy what you need, grab some snacks and the girls you love, and paint the night away with the help of your favorite art teacher. Alcohol is optional, but for some good laughs and awful paintings, why not?!

5. Take A Cooking Class

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Learning how to be the next Julia Child can be a lot more fun when you're learning with your bridal party. You'll probably learn something that will come in handy at some point in your life, or maybe you'll discover a new hidden talent. Plus, you can do it all with a glass of wine by your side. It's a win-win. Oh, and let's not even talk about all the Instagram opportunities.

6. A Road Trip With Your BFF

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If you're not up for an actual bachelorette party, take a trip with a friend or two. As long as you know when you have to be home, you don't even need to plan a Thing — with a capital T. Enjoy the moment with your friends and see where the open road takes you.

7. Have A DIY Party


Not only is being crafty tons of fun, but you can be productive, too. If your wedding ceremony needs some more decor, spend some time making it with your bridal party. If you want to pick up a fun new hobby, or just have a day where you chill and do whatever you want, go for it. In the end, it'll save you money, time, and a lot of stress when the big day comes.

8. See A Musical

This can require a little more money, but it involves a lot less planning. Especially if you're near a big city, there can be several options of musicals to choose from, so have the bride do some research to figure out what she likes and what she wants to see. (Or, surprise her!) Once you've bought tickets, all you have to do is get dressed and go.

9. Dinner And A Movie


Sometimes, date night with the girls is exactly what you need. It's chill and easy, which is perfect for a break before a bride's big day. Look up some movie times, research some restaurants, and let the bride decide.

39 Bachelorette Party Ideas For The Bride Who Hates Them

If you’re a party animal type, this article definitely isn’t for you. This is for the bride-to-be who hears the word “bachelorette party ideas” and shudders.

Don’t fret, there’s nothing to be nervous about. With today’s trends, there’s absolutely no reason to resort to strippers and liquor for a good time. Actually, most of today’s party ideas are way more fun than you expect, even for us introverts.

Thus, follow along and you’re sure to find fun and relaxing bachelorette party ideas that are just your style.

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Go Healthy And Active Bachelorette Party Ideas

A day, night, or weekend out may be just right. However, by “out” we don’t mean at a bar, we mean a something energetic and healthful. Bonding and creating memories are our goals, and activities and good clean fun are the way to get there.


Weekend Camping Getaway


Of course, getting away from it all and connecting with nature is at the top of our list of bachelorette weekend ideas. Therefore, grab your girls, rent a cabin, and let the stresses of life melt away. Quiet nights staring at the stars around a campfire, getting out on the paddle boat and sleeping into your heart’s content. There’s simply no better way to enjoy your bachelorette party time.


Go Bowling


For a casual evening with a small group of friends, nothing beats a wholesome round of bowling. Our parents and grandparents used to head to the allies in droves. This is where they learned to socialize and took each other on dates. Rekindle the spirit with this classic game.


Wellness Spa and Fitness


The life ahead of you is bound to be filled with stress. Following each step on your wedding reception and ceremony planning guide can be taxing enough. After the wedding, there’s work, kids, taking care of the house. All in all, it never seems to end.

So, take this opportunity to forget about absolutely everything and let the stress fade away at the spa. There’s quite a variety to choose from if you’re not aware. Some are a few hours while others are destination getaways. Check your budget and your tastes to choose the ideal spa destination for your group.


Epic Paintball War


Relaxing is fun but sometimes you just have to blow off some steam. Let out your inner Valkyrie with a rousing round of paintball.

Just the girls are great fun but this is also an excellent opportunity to host Jack and Jill. Invite the boys along and combine your event with the bachelor party. Let the bullets fly and see who comes out on top!

Amusement Park


Getting married is a very adult thing to do. However, to some, it’s that final step between childhood and adulthood. Before you turn this page, let your inner child shine at an amusement park.

Wild rides, stroll in beautiful surroundings, plenty of food, and tons of smiles. Hence, an amusement park delivers it all for your bachelorette party.


Bachelorette Party Ideas for Homebodies

We wouldn’t blame you for a second if you prefer to stay home. It has all your comforts and is far less intrusive on your work and wedding planning schedule.

For many brides, packing and leaving sounds like more stress than it’s worth. Don’t worry, there’s a party with your name on it too!

“Home is where the heart is” plus “the fastest way to a woman’s heart is through her stomach”. This equals BBQ!

Gather your friends, set your playlist, and bring your stretchy pants. Breaking bread is a tradition that has stood the test of time, and for good reason. Preparing food for your besties and sharing your hopes and dreams around the table can be extremely therapeutic.


Old-School Sleepover Party


Circling back to that “feel like a kid again” feeling, we have to strongly suggest the classic slumber party.

Pop some corn, throw on some chick-flicks, do each others hair, and challenge each other to a pillow fight. It may seem silly at first, but when was the last time you did something like that? Within a few minutes, you’ll feel like your old self again and giggle through the night.

Craft Party (DIY)


It’s okay to double dip. Invite the bachelorette party over for some good food, good music, a little wine, and put them to work!

In general, the perfect bachelorette party only really needs to consist of best friends, lively conversation, and an activity to do together. Creating an assembly line will keep you entertained and result in some low-cost wedding invitations or venue centerpieces. Whatever you make, we promise you’ll love it more than something you can buy at a store.


Play Poker


We know a few ladies that absolutely adore poker. Make your bachelorette party a true event by hosting a series.

Get the chips, the cards, the snacks, and (splurge, it’s worth it) hire the cutest professional dealer that you can find. Play for fun, money, or a series of prizes for the first, second, and third place. Regardless of what everyone has in their pockets when they leave, they’ll all have smiles on their faces and perfect memories in their hearts.

Beer and Wine Samples


Getting fall-down-drunk may not be your personal cup of tea, but there’s no reason why you can’t enjoy a little alcohol at your bachelorette party. Thus, for a truly classy affair opt for craft beer or wine tasting.

There are plenty of tours that you can book. But, since this list is for homebodies, there’s also a lot of services that will come to your home, set out the spread, and teach you the true art of appreciation. Make sure to have a few extra dollars laying around because you’re bound to buy a bottle or 2 after this experience.


Learn New Skills While Having a Bachelor Party

If you’re still struggling to find the perfect bachelorette party idea perhaps learning something new is in order. That’s right! Rally your besties and schedule a group class.

There are more than a few half-day courses out there that’ll result in the perfect bonding moment with you and your friends.

Make Jewelry Together


We recommend a jewelry making class with plans to wear your matching accessories during the wedding. It’s fun, anyone can do it, and results in a tangible memory that will last a lifetime.


Take a Cooking Class


If you don’t quite feel at home in the kitchen, you will be the end of this class! A professional chef will teach you the art of a few dishes. There’s a certain sense of pride that only comes with serving tasty dishes to the ones you love. You may even be surprised, a lot of people find cooking to be their “zen moment”, maybe you will too.

Invent Your Own Scents


This is a little atypical but can be very rewarding. If you’ve ever spent a few hundred dollars on your favorite perfume, you’ve most certainly had that “I could do this” moment. Put theory into practice and create your own scent for wedding events.

They say that smell has the strongest link to memory, and that’s what this bachelorette party is all about!


Flower Arranging


You’d be amazed at how much art and science goes into a flower arrangement, and your entire bachelorette party will have a blast finding out. Aside from the joy of the experience and being surrounded by friends, again, you get to double dip. Your creations will look darling as reception centerpieces.

Pole Dancing


Pole dancing isn’t for everyone. Check with your party before you take the plunge. There’s a certain level of fitness that’s required for this activity, and a certain level of body comfort. If your entire party is game, you’re in for a blast.

We don’t need to go on describing what to expect out of this class – your imagination will suffice 🙂 – but we should point out how much fun it is. Aside from the obvious, you’re in for music, dancing, and a great workout.


Beauty and Spa Bachelorette Party Ideas

If a single event doesn’t quite cut it, plan an entire day!

The key here is to be super selfish and make it all about you. Relaxing bachelorette party ideas involve being pampered. Sleep in, head to brunch, then set off on your “all about me” destination.

Spas can range from getting a tan and your hair done, to a day spa with wraps and facials, to an entire weekend getaway for a total wellness makeover. Consult your party and see which type is the best fit. Live your last days of freedom in utter relaxation, and truly enjoy each other’s company.


Nail Salon


Being pampered is an amazing feeling. Sharing that feeling is even better. Plan a few hours with your girls to talk while you’re massaged, oiled, and polished. This is an extremely special occasion so feel comfortable splurging for a private salon that serves wine or mimosas.

Temporary Tattoo


If you’re feeling brave, go for the real deal. Otherwise, a temporary or henna tattoo is an excellent way to build comradery. Call the studio well in advance so that you’re sure that they have enough time for your entire party, and ask if you can bring your own playlist for the event.




Sleep in, head to brunch, then hit the boutiques. Plan for a few outfits that you want to buy like a night out, some vacation attire, or that sultry lingerie you’ll want for the honeymoon. Something about shopping is just cathartic. There’s a lot to celebrate, and you’ll have the full support of your team to look your best through it all.



Feeling gorgeous means feeling good. Head over to the beauty parlor and have yourself a ball. Take it a few steps further with professional makeup, a premium tan, and even some collagen if you’re so inclined. The point here is to put as much effort into your look as you did on prom but for absolutely no reason at all.

There’s no one to impress, and there’s no one to compete with. This is 100% for you and you alone.


Themed Photoshoot


If you’ve chosen one of the above-mentioned beauty-based outings, make sure to capture it all on HD and pin it to your Instagram board. Or, the photo shoot can BE the event. Make an “I feel pretty” playlist, pop a bottle of champagne to calm your nerves, and make love to the camera.

Also, for best results, we recommend a theme. Your imagination will tell you what’s right for you, but to get you started you should strongly consider Pop Princess, The Roaring 20’s, or maybe even Twisted Fairy Tale.

Extreme and Cool Bachelorette Ideas

Some of you will want to feed your wild side with a thrill-seeking adventure. If your friends are just like you, go nuts! A night out at the bar pales in comparison to the enjoyment and bonding you’ll experience when you all hit the height of adrenaline.


White Water Rafting


Whitewater rafting is the safest way to “put your life on the line”. Guided tours are hosted by professionals that know the river like the back of their hand. They’re in complete control but that’s definitely not how it feels when you step into the raft and dip your paddle in the water for the first time.

You and your girls are up against nature. Your hearts will pound and screams will fly. But there’s really no danger and you’ll come out feeling like you just defeated death. However, we should warn you that your cheeks may hurt from smiling too much.

Zip Lining


Many bachelorette parties prefer trees to the water. If that sounds like you, look up your nearest zip lining course and book your tour. Being suspended above the ground and whizzing past the trees is a thrill that all your friends can enjoy. This may be a once in a lifetime opportunity, so make sure to keep your camera close by.


Go Karts


Go karts are a rush! If this is your bachelorette drug of choice, call ahead and see if you can get the track to yourselves. No doubt you’ll be in a playful mood, and it’s best to avoid others while your attention is beating your besties around the track.

So make sure to prepare a few prizes for the fastest lap time or, depending on your friends, whoever does the least amount of damage to the kart.

Visit Festival or Concert


If your gal pals are slightly less on the adrenaline junky side of things but still looking for an adventure, there’s no better bet than a music festival. These events have been growing in popularity, quality, and attendance year-over-year throughout the entire globe. Regardless of your musical taste, amount of time available, and desired destination you’re sure to find a festival ideal for your group.




If you’re working with a tight budget or just don’t have the time for a concert, make your own “festival” with a night out at the karaoke bar. Bring your favorite playlist, break up the evening with food and activities, and make sure to bring your camera!

Bachelorette Party Ideas During Covid

Just because you cannot hit Vegas or Hawaii with the girls, doesn’t mean you can’t have an absolute blast! Your bachelorette will stop pop with these bachelorette party ideas during covid. You can replicate your dream bash from the comfort of your home while keeping safe.

  • Set up a cooking session

One of the ways to enjoy your bachelorette is by hosting a cooking session. Send out recipes in the invitation mail so that all the girls can get ready. At the virtual party, put on your aprons, get in your kitchens, and start cooking. The host will moderate the session.

  • Host virtual home spa

There’s no better time to relax than during a girl’s night. Crow fund to get basic spa essentials for all of you. Deliver them alongside the invites to your girls, and have a nice night from your bathtubs.

  • Sip on signature recipes

Learn something new and interesting like creating signature recipes. Agree on a recipe with your girls and everyone gets ready. At the virtual party, you all will create this drink and toast to new beginnings.


How to host a virtual bachelorette party


  • Send her surprise gifts

Prep the bride into excitement by sending her surprise gifts. Deliver items like veils, sashes, jewelry, and wedding accessories that she’ll need. Unboxing her gifts in anticipation of her big day makes her feel special.

  • Deliver her best take-out food and drinks

If there’s a restaurant she loves going to, surprise her with her favorite meal from there. Send it along with bottles of her favorite wine.

  • Creatively decorate

Have all the girls decorate their background like the bride’s, to give an illusion that you’re all in one place. This will make the bride excited.

  • Pick a theme

Agree on a theme and everyone can dress the same way. The event will look more cohesive and organized.

  • Stay outdoors

Book out a park, a field, beach, or other open spaces to social distance and party for the night. Enjoy games of tarot cards, relay races, painting, or ping-pong.

Play Bachelorette Party Games That Don’t Suck

If you’ve come this far and still haven’t found your idea of the best night out perhaps a cool night in is in order. Invite the gang over for a series of appetizers and classic bachelorette party games.


Photo Scavenger Hunt


This is tons of fun. Print out a challenge list of photos to take throughout an evening. Make it creative and challenging, but not impossible. The goal is to have an album by the end of the night that you and your friends can laugh about for years to come.

Some great ideas are a photo of a man handing over his underwear, a photo of you dancing up on the bar, a condom from a random guy, kiss on the cheek from the bouncer…. you get the picture.

Wig Out


This isn’t exactly a game or activity, more of a frame of mind with accessories. Donning a vibrant wig can instantly transform your personality and makes for a fantastic photoshoot. For this reason, you can hire a professional photographer or just take turns snapping pics with your phones.

Either way, vivid-color wigs set a certain mood and really creates a theme to have fun with.


He Says, She Says


Laugh the night away with a DYI gameshow. However, it takes a little research to find the perfect questions, and a little planning to call the Groom and get his responses. After that act as gameshow host, as the questions, and see if the Bride’s answers match the groom’s.

Whichever player guesses how many answers will match wins the prize!

DIY Pin The Kiss on Ryan Gosling Game


Think Pin The Tail On The Donkey, but for adults. Post a photo of Ryan Gosling – or any other Hollywood hunk that floats your boat – gloss your lips with bright red lipstick, dawn a blindfold, and see who can get closest to his lips.

Winning is fun because you get the prize, but it’s equally funny to miss completely while your friends capture everything on video. Sporting hilarious or sexy wigs should top your list of bachelorette slumber party ideas. Adding this layer of fun makes the night more entertaining.


Bachelorette Photo Challenge


We want to end this post by circling back to the photo challenge. So, ask any woman who’s been involved in bachelorette party or shower games and they’ll all tell you that this is the most memorable part.

In fact, there are plenty more photo challenge options, and plenty more fun bachelorette party ideas like ‘what does he call his Johnson?’ where you have to ask random men how they refer to their special areas. There’s scavenger hunts, bridal bingo, and so much more. Each of these is also excellent alternatives for bridal shower.

Embrace your wild side and have the night of your life. And, in case you forget, make sure to take classy Before photos of the entire bachelorette guest list followed u by (usually trashy) after photos when the night is coming to a close. Be selfish and have fun!


15 wedding ideas that introverts will definitely appreciate

A wedding is always an important and exciting event in the life of any person. But, it can be especially difficult for introverts who dream of minimizing stress and maximizing pleasure at a wedding. For everything to go perfectly, you need to stick to your own preferences and not let others decide for you.

The SUPER.UA editors have compiled a list of interesting wedding ideas for introverts.

Organize a brunch wedding

To add some restraint to this day and cozy atmosphere, organize a wedding in the form of an afternoon brunch, buffet or dinner with loved ones in the backyard of the house. This will help you gather only the main people and feel as comfortable as possible.

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Invite only your best friends to your bachelorette party

Wedding planners are convinced that big bachelorette parties only create more trouble and chaos. Plus, the fewer opinions an introverted bride faces, the better. Invite only the closest friends you trust and love. nine0003

Create a contact list

Write down the phone numbers of all guests, contractors and wedding planners. Pass the list on to whoever is responsible to save you the hassle and calls.

Let the first meeting of the bride and groom take place before the ceremony

When the groom for the first time sees the bride in a wedding dress walking down the aisle, this causes terrible excitement among introverts. To avoid this, meet with your chosen one before the ceremony and let this moment take place in private. nine0003

Try to sit during the ceremony

As you know, introverts do not like to be the center of attention. Consider sitting rather than standing during your wedding ceremony. This will help you avoid feelings of anxiety and fear.

Rid yourself of public speeches

If you are afraid of public speaking and turn pale at the mere thought that all the guests will look at you - just exclude it from your wedding program. Instead, invite guests to write their wishes and parting words on paper and put them in a special box. nine0003 ©Terje Sollie/Pexels

Suggest topics for conversation

To avoid painful or embarrassing topics and memories, offer your guests options for discussion by placing interesting facts about the bride and groom on the tables. In addition, introverted guests will quickly find a common language.

Come up with casual games

An interesting wedding game that even an introvert will enjoy is Guess Who. Simply cut out a photo of each guest and take a fun quiz to help them get to know each other better. nine0003 ©Min An/Pexels

Find an alternative to dancing

Some people find dancing at a wedding very interesting, but not for introverts. Try to find a suitable alternative to dancing, for example, organize board games and creative competitions.

Do not separate from the guests at the table

To avoid feeling uncomfortable, sit next to your close friends and relatives. This will help you feel surrounded by comfort and warmth.

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Create a relaxing retreat

Create a cozy space with soft chairs and cushions where you and each of your guests can take a break from the wedding bustle.

Find a special place for you and your lover where you can hide from everyone

Before the wedding, choose a quiet place where you and your spouse can hide from all the guests when you need a moment to “reset”. It can be a garden, a backyard, a bathroom, or just a room in the house where you can spend 10-15 minutes alone, and then return to your party with renewed vigor. nine0003 ©Inna Lesyk/Pexels

Invite guests to join your first dance

Who said that guests can't join the first dance of young people? Let everyone dance, it will help you feel at ease and relaxed.

Postpone your honeymoon

Don't rush into your honeymoon right after your wedding or you risk feeling exhausted. Take some time to relax, and then, filled with new energy, feel free to take plane tickets. nine0003

After the wedding, relax with a good book

Reading will help an introvert recover after a hectic and fun wedding. Pick a favorite book ahead of time to enjoy before bed.

Use the ideas mentioned above to create a comfortable environment for your wedding.

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21 ideal hobbies for introverts (good!)

Introverts are our favorite type. You know why? Well, we are one of them. Doesn't look like it, does it? This is what introverts are about. We are pretty good at expressing things on paper (or in text) rather than face to face. But that's for later.

Tell us something, are you curious about how introverts spend their free time? What are their hobbies? What are they having fun with? Extroverts love to party, meet people, and expand their social circle. They are the life of any event they attend.

But introverts? We love to talk too, right? Guy introverts nod their yes. *wink*

We just feel more comfortable being on our own and doing what we enjoy. Of course, introverts get bored too and like to try new hobbies for fun. As long as there aren't too many other people involved in these hobbies, we're happy to experiment.

In this blog, we have compiled 21 hobbies that introverts would love to try. Some of you may already have several of the hobbies listed here. Why not check out the others? Hobbies relax, challenge, encourage, entertain, educate, and limit social interaction. nine0003

However, you can use the same hobbies to increase social interaction if you want to try and see how other people spend their free time. Yes, these are flexible hobbies and the choice is entirely up to you. Shall we start then? Got pen and paper ready, guys?

Let's start with books and art

1. Reading, obviously

No wonder reading is the first hobby we listed for introverts. We are known for devouring books and having huge piles of TBR (To Be Read). Immersing yourself in a book is one of the best feelings. Envisioning a new world and watching the characters come to life as the words dance across the page is a wonderful feeling. nine0003

Whether you like reading sweet and savory novels or guessing who the killer is in a crime thriller, the choice of book is entirely up to you or your book club if you're part of it.

No, no, book clubs don't have to be offline. There are many online book clubs where you read the book of the month, write your review and discuss it with others. You can either get a library card or search online libraries (like KU) and binge read the works of your favorite authors. nine0003

2. Creative writing, why not

Okay, this is not creative writing. But do you know how many authors (even successful ones) are actually introverts? Yes, you may not believe. After all, they have to go on book tours and sign autographs. The truth is that most of them say that they were not comfortable communicating with readers and fans in the early days.

Back on topic, creative writing is a great way for an introvert to put their creative thoughts into words and create different worlds and characters. Write on paper, in books, or type directly into a Word document. But write down the stories that are spinning in your head. Make sure you learn how to edit what you have written. Refine it, tighten it, and present it. nine0003

3. Origami

Not all of us know origami. So what? We can always learn this, right? There is also no need to go to special art classes. The Internet, especially YouTube, is a great place to learn the basics of origami. Search a little more and you will find videos with intricate patterns and patterns.

For this you will have to buy origami paper. But until you learn it properly, you can use old scrapbooks in a drawer in your room. Why waste good paper when you can use it to learn something new? Soon you will start decorating your home with colorful origami designs. nine0003

4. Draw, color and color

However, you don't have to go into everything. Some of us love to draw, some of us can't draw even if our lives depended on it, but we can draw like a dream. And some are masters of using crayons and colored pencils. Whether you want to go with what's comfortable or choose something that pushes your limits, art is liberating and rejuvenating.

Set up an easel and spray colored paints onto the canvas. Let the pastel slide over the paper, adding colors and shades of life. It doesn't matter if you do your hobby from time to time or every day. The idea is to let the stress of the day go by immersing yourself in art. If you need company, join drawing or painting classes. Meet amateur artists and exchange stories about your experiences. nine0003

5. This is a puzzle

Puzzles can be anything. You can solve crosswords, sudoku or cardboard puzzles that need to be folded according to a given pattern in order to get the required image. There is also no time limit for solving puzzles. Some people like to start their day with crosswords, while others sit with it at the end of the day. You can also take part in online puzzles and games.

Actually, you don't need to get hung up on solving them. Yes, you can also create puzzles. Wouldn't that be fun? If you enjoy a challenge, set a timer and see how long it takes to resolve something. You can also play with friends and family to see how you can complete the puzzle in less time. Too much pressure? Let it be then. Do it at your own pace. nine0003

6. Calligraphy

Calligraphy is the art of handwriting beautiful fonts. If you are not endowed with excellent handwriting, calligraphy will require some effort from you. It will also require some decent investment. You will need to buy calligraphy pens, brushes, ink, and some high quality paper. Never write with a calligraphy pen on plain paper. He will bleed and ruin everything.

In addition, calligraphy requires regular practice until you master it. Try to devote at least 20-30 minutes every day to writing 2-3 pages. Once you start mastering the art, you can fill your home with handwritten quotes and poems. You can send handwritten cards and wishes to your friends and family. Of course, after that, they may demand your calligraphy services more often. *wink*

Sports and entertainment

7. Learn chess

Well, chess needs one more person if you want to play real pieces, not virtual ones. But the best thing is that chess players do not have to talk and chat. Rather, you should keep as little silence as possible so that you and the enemy can plan peaceful strategies. It's wonderful, right? Definitely a win-win situation!

Okay, so you don't know how to play this game? It is perfectly. It's OK! Yes, yes, it is not easy to learn, but it is not impossible. Start by learning what the shapes represent and how they can move. The strategy will come by itself when you start playing (and lose a few times). Just make sure you choose the right opponent to teach and play with. nine0003

8. Ride a bike

Cycling is again something you can do on your own. There is no need to interact with anyone if you don't want to. Grab your bike, put on your helmet, lace up your sneakers and start riding down the street. It's also a great way to get to know the city you live in.

Cycling is good for health, both body and mind. You will burn a few calories and also get rid of the stress of the day. If you are adventurous, you can explore new places and trails in and around your area. If you want to go further, join a cycling group and take part in marathons and events. In any case, remember that cycling is a regular activity. Doing this once will only break your system. nine0003

9. gardening

Your garden can be a refuge. It's a way to exercise a bit by tensing your muscles and also growing something beautiful. Watching the seeds grow into seedlings and blossom into tender plants is so rewarding. It's like a balm for the soul, isn't it?

Whether it's a vegetable garden or a flower garden, grow a green thumb and let the plants thrive under your care. Gardening is a daily activity that will take up a lot of your time, energy and money. But it's one of the best hobbies anyone can have, not just introverts. This is a bonus for introverts as you can talk to plants rather than people who object. nine0003

10. Travel alone

Well, that includes some interaction with others. Come on, we can hardly travel from one place to another without saying a word to anyone. We have to buy tickets, pay the entrance fee and so on and ask for directions. However, you can travel alone and keep interactions to a minimum.

You don't have to join a group of friends and sit with them or adjust your class schedule to fit theirs. You are free to do whatever you want (as long as it's legal, of course). Traveling alone will also boost your self-confidence and make you feel confident and in control of your life. The trick here is to plan well and make allowances for mistakes. It's okay if things don't go as planned. nine0003

11. Does anyone ride a mountain bike?

What if you still have to interact with other people while cycling? Is there a place where you can take your cycle without worry? Yes, mountain biking is the answer to your questions. It's very similar to cycling, maybe a little more difficult as you have to get through rocky routes and curves. You don't have to worry about crowded cities, traffic jams and pollution. You can turn off your cell phone or just log out of social media and spend some time in nature. nine0003

You can also explore the areas around your city, although you will have to make arrangements to get your bike into the area. Of course, this is not a big problem, is it? You can load your bike into a car or truck and go off-road. This way, you won't be too tired while cycling through the mountains, and you'll also be able to get home on time.

12. Walking in nature today, every day

Walking in nature is a breath of fresh air in our polluted lives, isn't it? If there is a forest nearby, take a walk along the trail. Choose a new one every day or follow the same path for comfort. Spend time among the trees, bushes and birds and gaze up at the wide blue sky above. nine0003

You can also walk in parks, avoiding crowded places. Just plug in your headphones and pretend you didn't hear someone call your name. Okay, that's rude, but you can still apologize and leave. Either way, spending time in nature is good for your physical, emotional, and psychological health.

Hand and mind work

13. Bake a cake

Although we mention baking, you can add cooking to it. As an introvert, you may be able to order takeout instead of going to a restaurant or diner. But wouldn't it be great if you could cook your own food? What to do if you're hungry and can't order takeout? nine0003

A little cooking is always useful. And when you turn it into a hobby instead of a routine, you will realize that it is much more fun. It's the same with baking. Sure, baking scares a lot of people. Burning a cake is so easy! However, baking is a fascinating and therapeutic hobby. Measuring the ingredients, mixing them according to the instructions, waiting for the dough to turn into a delicious treat, and savoring the aroma of a freshly baked treat is simply delicious. Try.

14. Write code

Coding or programming is a great way to create innovative content online. You don't need to be a trained software developer to write code. Many people with full-time jobs write code for fun. They enjoy creating and developing websites, games and online platforms or applications.

Coding requires knowledge, skills and patience. You also need to learn how to debug (get rid of bugs in your code) in order for your program to actually work. You can start with free online courses (if you don't know anything about programming) and start learning. Once you start mastering it, you might even consider changing careers thanks to your hobbies and newfound skills. This hobby is time consuming so make sure you have a schedule to match it. nine0003

15. Playing is fun

Are you a gamer? Quite likely, right? We know a lot of introverts who are gamers and take it pretty seriously. While not everyone can invest in the latest gaming consoles, headphones and laptops for gamers, we can still play games as a hobby and have a good time winning.

Various online games are free. Some of them come with in-app purchases that are optional. If you don't like to spend too much on games but are interested in trying it out, start with the free versions. Whether it's virtual gardening, baking, housing, or solving mysteries and waging wars, try them out before choosing what you like best. Remember that it is easy to become addicted to games. Be sure to stick to the schedule to avoid addiction. nine0003

16. DIY

What to do? Anything, literally. Create a work of art. Build a birdhouse. Make soap and shampoo at home. Paint the house. Repair roof. The idea here is to engage in physically and mentally satisfying activities that will make you smile.

From using leftovers and scraps to creating something artistic and useful for keeping your home clean and tidy while taking care of it, DIY can include anything you like. There are YouTube videos for just about everything. You can learn how to fix a chair, how to fix a leaky faucet, how to arrange flowers, and how to turn trash into something better. Some of them require investment, especially if you want to make something from scratch. nine0003

More for introverts

17. Fishing - serenity and tranquility

How do you like to spend time in nature? What if you don't want to walk or bike? Spending time in nature doesn't mean you have to exhaust yourself, right? That's where fishing comes into the picture. Reminds you of men who love to spend the weekend with their friends, doesn't it?

Well, fishing doesn't have to be group fishing if you know where you're going. Many people prefer to fish alone. However, you need to master this art. This way you won't get hungry and fall off the boat into the water. And since the golden rule of fishing is to be quiet and not make noise, it will be easier for introverts. nine0003

18. Kite making and flying

If creativity and being outdoors are your passion, here is a hobby that will satisfy both needs. Kites have a traditional meaning in many cultures. But they can also be made to enjoy the sheer beauty of the spectacle. Imagine multi-colored pieces of paper of various shapes flying high in the endless sky.

For a beginner kite making and flying will be difficult. You will need a little outside help from at least one person. Why not ask an introverted friend to join you? This way, neither of you will be required to continue chatting and will also be able to enjoy flying kites as the wind blows them away. nine0003

19. Animation comes to life

We talked about coding earlier, right? If that doesn't interest you, why not try animation. If you're a fan of cartoons, you'll love making some of your own. Animation again requires technical knowledge, but there are free online courses to learn the basics.

If you love what you do, you can invest in hobbies and get professional training. One day it will start to turn a profit and you will be able to make money from something fun and exciting. nine0003

20. Podcasts and documentaries

Not all hobbies have to be work-related. Sometimes all you want is to do nothing. In such cases, opt for podcasts and documentaries. Instead of obsessing over Netflix, why not use the same time to learn something about your favorite topics?

A little keyword searching on the Internet will give you results pages with links to videos and podcasts. You can gain knowledge without getting up from your seat on the couch. Cool, right? nine0003


Animal shelter needs you

We understand that it is not easy to talk to strangers, even if you want to help them. There are other ways to help. Visit your local animal shelter and try to volunteer in your free time. Walking animals, petting them, talking to them, etc. is a great way to pass the time and relieve stress. It's natural to feel like people don't understand you. Introverts often experience this. Try talking to animals. They are much better at comforting you. Take our word for it. nine0003


Hobby is not just a way to spend free time. By choosing a hobby that will challenge you, you will become a better person. Hobbies can be relaxing and relieve stress and anxiety so that you feel happier in life and have the strength to cope with various circumstances.

Pick a hobby that you can do for at least a few years, if not the rest of your life. Let hobbies enrich your character and life. May they bring new opportunities to excel and gain more knowledge.

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