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Tennis, Ukulele Lessons And Now Golf? Is This My Version Of A Mid-Life Crisis?

I don’t know what has come over me… but I’ve become obsessed with taking on new hobbies as of late. I feel like the first half of this year was SO CRAZY with work, that it’s my way of ensuring I cram in some “me time” for the summer.

But why can’t “me time” be poolside as I work on my tan? Why does it have to be so MUCH WORK to relax?

I’ve started playing tennis again (which I love – don’t get me wrong). I also ended up signing up for those ukulele lessons (don’t make fun of me please). AND NOW – I’m probably going to take golf lessons. I mean, not that I would EVER play 18 holes of golf – not if my life depended on it. I just thought it would be fun to at least learn how to swing the… puck… no that’s not it… the club! Yes, the club! 🙂

Do you do this? Or are you actually able to just sit and veg out? Because if this isn’t screaming anti-insanity medication… I don’t know what does!

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Vera Sweeney, mom, blogger, social media influencer and New York resident, is the founder of LadyAndTheBlog.com. She is considered one of the top female digital influencers in today’s social media space. Her lifestyle and parenting brand helps busy women stay on top of the latest trends in fashion, food, family and travel.

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  1. You’re not crazy at all. I started learning to play golf about two years ago when I realized how much time I spent driving my kids all over town to learn sports. I figured I might as well learn golf with them. I LOVE it. Now we can all play 9 holes together — that’s all they have the attention span for. And learning to golf as a family is partly what my blog is about :). And Zoey Deschanel (sp?) plays the uke so you’re in good, adorable company :).

  2. Ukulele is an interesting instrument to play! My son takes ukulele lessons with a group of about 15 or so other people every week. At least 5 of those people are around my age (40) or older. He loves it! You will easily be able to learn guitar too if you know ukulele. :)Don’t feel crazy. Have fun with it!

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