Reading non-fiction most of the time. Something tough gets my
preference over a don't-think-too-much-about-it-novel.
Last one was Antifragile
by Taleb. Never got so
much inspiration from one book!! Besides that I read too much - no,
really - about energy.
Quite some on economics and our monetary system as well. Big
inspiration there is Bernard Lietaer on complementary currencies,
with Money and
or Mysterium Geld
. Boy, so many
Same for movies: rather something new, difficult or surprising than
a predictable hollywood -fit for consumption- movie. I almost don't
go to the movies. Last one...The immigrant
makes me want to dance more salsa
. Leonard Cohen
is nice, Manu Chao
, Wim Mertens
, Sinead O'Connor
... In general
relatively soft music where melody is more important than lyrics.
And surely no strong beats.
Since I'm single, and don't like cooking for one person, I almost
never cook. (Stupid excuses of course, but the interest is there.)
95% of my meals are vegetarian
, but I can equally enjoy a
good barbeque! Read Taleb!