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Presidents John F. Kennedy and Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Cigars, painting, and crosswords: the surprising hobbies of 17 presidents

The lesser-known hobbies among American presidents range from athletic to creative. John Quincy Adams liked to go skinny dipping.
Quitting fantasies are fun, but not realistic.

Fantasizing about quitting your job is more common than you think. Here’s 3 ways to refocus before burning any bridges.

If you're feeling stuck at work, take up a fun hobby or try out a side hustle — it'll give you something new and energizing to look forward to.
Mark Zuckerberg likes to spend the time he isn't running his multi-billion dollar company on hobbies and projects.

The side projects of Mark Zuckerberg, from building a nightlight and a robot to his new podcast

Despite running a massive company, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg always has a side hustle — even before he went to Harvard.
A lot of billionaires, including Richard Branson, love to travel.

The 10 most common hobbies among the richest people in world, from aviation to real estate

The richest people in the world enjoy sports, politics, and travel, but their favorite hobby might surprise you.
A true Pferdemädchen.

A Norwegian woman’s videos have gone viral because of how good she is at running and jumping like a horse

Ayla Kirstine has an unusual skill — she can canter with equine form and jump clean over some very high homemade jumps.

A former Googler and career coach says you shouldn’t always turn your passion into a full-time job

Ex-Googler and career coach Lindsay Gordon tested out her passion for baking and learned she should keep it as a hobby — for now.
Former Microsoft chairman Bill Gates likes to play bridge.

21 hobbies of highly successful people

The most successful people know there are more benefits to taking up a hobby than simply blowing off steam.

The new CEO of Goldman Sachs says people used to ‘cower in a corner’ when he got in the elevator — until they learned he’s a D...

David Solomon, who took over the chief executive role from Lloyd Blankfein on Monday, gave remarks at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Event in Laguna Niguel, California.
Here I am, looking just a little bit less boring than the month before.

Super-successful people like Warren Buffett and Marissa Mayer swear by their hobbies, so I spent a month trying to find one of my own

For a month, I experimented with hobbies from baking to coloring, in the hopes of having something fascinating to tell people about my life. In the process, I discovered that I have more interests (and maybe abilities) than I thought.