Dabbler

One new hobby, every month.

$2 a month can get you:

  • Kimchi
  • origami
  • canning
  • tarot
  • 日本語
  • photography
  • bookbinding
  • pickling
  • whittling
  • perfume
  • knitting
  • HTML
  • chess
  • whiskey
  • stargazing
  • winemaking
  • + anything else

This is going to be so much fun.

What're you waiting for?

Okay! What do I get?

A well-curated package on a specific topic dropped off in your inbox every month. You'll pick up a new hobby, gain a new skill, do a fun project, or learn something just plain useful.

Amazing! What's in the "package"?

The newsletter contains several billion notes, book recommendations, background, how-to's, a million and one links for further study, and anything else we think you'd find half-useful that we can fit in an email.

Radical! Why are you doing this?

It's fun as heck learning how to do something new, but sometimes you just need a little nudge.

Marvelous! When do I get it?

The newsletter goes out on the 15th of each and every month.

Fantastic! How much is it?

About two dollars a month, which is approximately 10.3% of the change hiding in your couch. Lasts longer than a cup of coffee, too.

Don't dig it? No big deal, you can cancel whenever you want just by unsubscribing.

Gr8! How does the subscription work?

Depending on the plan you pick, we'll automatically charge you every month, every 3 months, or every year. The longer the term, the cheaper every issue is. Easy-peasy.

Woo! Can I pick my hobbies?

No way! You won't know what it is until Dabbler hits your inbox. Secrets are more fun — think of it like a Christmas gift from a pretty cool uncle.

Wonderful! Can I see a sample?

I'd prefer to ride high on the horse of mystery (his name is Professor Mystery Horse, PhD, and you should really trust him), but I suppose we can let you check out our Kimchi issue.

Sweet! What must I do?

You can go ahead and sign up right here.

Cool! Do you have gift subscriptions?

Yup, you can purchase one-year gift subscriptions over on the Brainery site.

No, really, let's do this