I work in various forms of the 'T' in STEM jobs, but I'm trying to move away from that by getting the highest paying job I can manage, grind at it for a few years, live as cheaply as possible, and then break out and just... I don't know, travel and work on my art and writing. I am thoroughly tired of doing the day job thing.
This probably belongs in the 'What I'm doing with my life' section, but it's pertinent, what I'm doing, to who I am right now.
I like getting out and walking Forest Park every once in a while just as much as I like staying in and watching a movie or playing a game. I don't do as much of the one as the others, so someone who actively goes and does the outdoorsy things and would like to have someone else along is a definite plus in my book.
I alternate between Introvert and Extrovert. Sometimes I like to just hole up for a while and enjoy the sound of rain, and then I get bored with that and want to go visit everyone I know and everyone they know. I am living with friends I made because I thought the booth girl was cute at a convention and now am friends with her and everyone in her (now also my) household.
I have learned to recognize that all things good and bad lead to where we are now, and not one block in that tower could have been removed to get to the shape it became. I'm not spiritual in any real sense, but I realize that everything, simple and great, is intertwined into every moment of every day.
Alternating though various mediums of art is a frequent pastime I have yet to turn into a profession, mainly because I can't sit still long enough to get enough done in any one category to make it apparent I know what I'm doing. I am bored with the tier of skill I have achieved in my visual art, so I've been refining techniques rather than grinding out solid works. I, just not satisfied with what I've done thus far.
So, ever onward