I'm a professional chef, currently working on opening my own place. I also work with the local arm of a national non-profit that promotes local, sustainable food systems. I'm a big believer in the power of community to affect positive change in the world.
I tend to think of myself as living a pretty balanced life- but it's a balance of extremes. I've always been equally comfortable reading a book at home (or in a dive bar) as going out to see a loud music show. I tend to strike people I don't know as fairly introverted, but open up a lot when I'm around people I actually know and like. On the flip side, for work I'm often called a classic 'alpha'- people naturally listen to me and follow my orders. It's a bit odd. But anyway, I've never taken a personality test, so you'll just have to accept my self-diagnosis, hah.
I'm also a big geek. I read entirely too much, and a measurable portion of my free time is spent gaming with friends. Tabletop board and card games, ranging from the ultra-geeky with plastic miniatures and funky dice, to interesting, elegant, brain-burning economics games and everything in between. There's some RPG love in there, too, but I haven't done DnD or anything like it in twenty+ years- I tend to be interested more in weird, social, collaborative storytelling games. Any form of interactive, collaborative fiction interests me greatly.