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  1. I used to love making models of planes and the like from balsa wood kits as a child and remembering how engrossed I used to get, it might be the thing to fill the gaps of boredom I get. I know I need to find ways of absorbing myself in something relaxing and peaceful and I like being creative. So I`ve ordered a kit to see if it still interests me, it`s not about flying r/c`s but the actual making/building them, and seeing as I don`t have a workshop or space for making furniture which is what I would really like, I`m thinking I`ll give this another shot as a substitute, could turn into making anything within reason. It`s something that you can do and come back and forth to it when ever you feel like so isn`t something that requires lots of commitment, just concentration and patience, and can just be set aside until you want to do it again, as and when It`s a bit geeky, but if it does the trick then fuck it, if not, it`s not expensive atm So, anyone else into this/willing to admit it?