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These Zodiac Signs Are Most Likely To Get Bored After Starting A New Hobby

Today, we’re talking about the zodiac signs most likely to get bored of their brand new hobby. In Signs Of The Times, Her Campus gets all of the dirty details about the signs directly from astrologers. Today, Joshua MacGuire, AKA Joshua the Psychic, who is the highest-rated psychic by Time Out New York and offers psychic-astrology readings via phone and Zoom, shares which three signs are most likely to get bored quickly after starting a new hobby.

If you claim not to have even attempted a new hobby over the last couple of years, you’re done. Between cross-stitching and sourdough bread starters, everyone on my FYP dove into a new time-killer when the pandemic started. Some even turned them over for a profit! But how many of you can say you did more than splurge on the supplies before forgetting them in a bin in the back of your closet?

I wouldn’t be surprised if you didn’t stick with it, especially if you fall under one of these three zodiac signs most likely to get bored of their brand new hobby. From the baking craze to handcrafted designs, a new hobby can be a lot more to take on than you may realize, especially if the stars say so. So, do they?

Read on for the three zodiac signs most likely to immediately get bored of their new hobbies. 


Oh, how the mighty may fall. “Aries’ fire burns the brightest but also burns out the quickest. They tend to get very heated and excited fast but lose interest just as easily,” astrologer Joshua MacGuire tells Her Campus. It’s the challenge that keeps them going; once it dissipates, Aries is on to the next big thing. 


Downtime is not in the dictionary for this twin sign. “[Gemini] are very intelligent and require a terrific amount of mental stimulation,” MacGuire says. They become bored at the drop of a hat and have no qualms with moving on once something is no longer capturing their attention. “It’s like they have natural ADHD.”


As the queen Sagittarius herself once said, “I’ve been the archer, I’ve been the prey, who could ever leave me, Darling, but who could stay?” The archer is indecisive! “As soon as they dive into something and start a new adventure, their minds start to wonder about more exciting possibilities,” MacGuire says. As wanderlust personified, the grass is always greener somewhere else. 

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Sammi is the Lifestyle Editor at HerCampus.com, assisting with content strategy across sections. She's been a member of Her Campus since her Social Media Manager and Senior Editor days at Her Campus at Siena, where she graduated with a degree in Biology of all things. She moonlights as an EMT, and in her free time, she can be found playing post-apocalyptic video games, organizing her unreasonably large lipstick collection, learning "All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor's Version) (From The Vault)" on her guitar, or planning her next trip to Broadway.