You mean another hobby besides purging? LOL. I love to keep my home un-cluttered but I also love to knit, sew, cross stitch, quilt etc. I don't do scrapbooking, only in a very restrained understated kind of way. My DIL gave me a little album of my favourite photos of their wedding, and it was just one photo per page with a few beautiful words, all in black and white, and that's my favourite "scrapbooking" look.
I admire the beautiful work my friends do, but it's like there's a whole world of scrapbooking out there, and to be honest, I find it all a bit overwhelming just how much stuff is available, so that's just one ball I've decided not to catch. Most of my photos were already in albums, and now they're all digital, so not the same need to do it anymore, i guess.
As far as other hobbies, I've learnt the hard way that it doesn't pay me to have a stock of future projects and supplies stored up. I found that often I'd love something when it first came out, like calico dolls, or bears, or silk embroidery, etc, but after it would become popular I'd get a bit tired of that look. Now I'm just working on one big cross stitch that I really love, and I have the materials put away for a special wool embroidered rug that I know I'll love even if I don't get to it for another 5 years or so LOL
I no longer impulse buy fabric and stuff just because I see it and like it. I used to think, oh, I'd better get this while it's available, or I mightn't see it again. But now I realise that there is always something just as pretty, or even more so, coming out all the time.
I've given away a lot of stuff over the years, simply because I had too many good intentions and then found my taste had changed.
Also, I don't like to make something, just for the sake of it. I need to know that it will fill in a corner, or be useful, and not just be another ornamental thingummy.
Something I did let go though, was feeling guilty if I didn't have any hobbies on the go. I love to read, walk and garden, and I woke up to the fact that hobbies should be just for pleasure, so now I don't feel any pressure to keep virtuously busy hands all the time.
But then again, I might just be very good at justifying the fact that I really enjoy being lazy :smile