This writing prompt is all about doing hobbies. It is all about describing the pastimes that we enjoy and spend our time doing.
The hobby is down to you, as is the location. It could be something as simple as reading or active as skydiving – although why you would enjoy skydiving is beyond me. As you write you should describe how you do your hobby and why. What is the process, what do you need to do and how do you do it? Describing something you do regularly is harder than you think. The steps you take become obvious the more we do them, so to write them down as a full description needs you to focus.
Why you do something is to tap into the emotions that surround your hobby. What do you get out of it? Where is the pleasure and the joy? If your hobby is creative, at what stage do you get most joy, the beginning, the middle, or the end?
Fantasy writers, is your hobby something that those beyond your world will know? Do you need to describe it with invented words? The same questions apply for why, but the how may be quite a challenge.
It is good to have a hobby, a pastime. What if that hobby is writing? You could tie yourself up in a creative writing loop as you do this prompt, as your character does this prompt, as their character does this prompt, as… (At this point you may have turned into Stephen King, but then that is no bad thing – with certain caveats.)
Put pen to paper or finger to keyboard and write. Draw on your memories, the emotions, the sensations that you have and write. There is no minimum or maximum word count, just write and see where your creativity leads you. We’ll have another creative writing prompt to inspire and develop the writing habit tomorrow.