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Taking on a project as an avocation may mean scheduling around other jobs, adding the work into your already full life, but it also means you want to.
He kept playing during medical school though not as much as he would have liked--and viewed his avocation as "a way to keep stress from building up.
That outlet became singing, an avocation she pursued after attending a production of "The Fantasticks" at the local Trawler Dinner Theater.
Grossman credits his illness for motivating him to pursue the avocations he'd long wished to take a crack at.
Besides volunteering their professional skills, chapter members share their avocation skills--one of our members teaches quilting in the evenings at Gilda's Club.
26 San Diego Union Tribune covered Cathy Means' avocation as a drag racer .
For some years his avocation was drag racing, building high performance engines and transmissions.
Now that she has a daughter of her own, she yearns to understand her relationship with her secretive mother, who rarely speaks of her life in India or her avocation of interpreting other people's dreams.
With the economy booming and a land bubble growing in Florida, the decade between the end of World War I and the Great Crash proved seminal in the transformation of real estate from avocation to profession and of NAREB from "an ineffectual and unfocused men's club into a distinctive, effective modern hybrid of a trade association and professional association.
Find a hobby, activity, or other avocation that you will really enjoy.
Albans and has made the support of the fire department a lifelong avocation.