Hobbies: How The Jigsaw Saved Me

Stephen Nielsen

This is the puzzle I’m working on: Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria, Germany

Yes, I remember vividly when doing a jigsaw puzzle saved me from going crazy. It is probably my best hobby. In this post I want to write about my hobbies and the value of hobbies.

I just started this new Personal Blog a few days ago and I have big plans for it—something I’ve been thinking of doing for a while now. A typical blog focuses on one main subject. But this personal blog is much more inclusive. It will cover everything I am interested in and want to write about—that is, everything that I feel will be interesting to my audience—to you. Here is a list of categories I am planning to write on.

  • My Life Story (with ten sub-categories)
  • My Salvation Story
  • My Work
  • Church life
  • Singleness
  • My Devotional Life
  • My Writing
  • My Hobbies
  • My Books (promotional)

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About Stephen Nielsen

I'm an author, a self publisher, and a painting contractor. I live in beautiful Minnesota, USA . Welcome to my blog site.
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2 Responses to Hobbies: How The Jigsaw Saved Me

  1. meghanewhite says:

    I’m so sorry for what you went through all those years ago. What a blessing something as simple as a puzzle did to help keep you sane. I like to pull weeds and work in the yard when I’m really in crisis for the same reason as your puzzle. It keeps my hands busy and helps settle my mind & it’s satisfying.

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