My personal philosophy- insofar as I have one, and insofar as I understand anything about philosophy (which I rather don't)- is that this is the only life I am going to have, and I should do things that please me. That includes really considering the reasons behind doing things that don't please me. Practical hedonism?
Continuing with the hedonistic theme, travel is something I love to do; I'm a museum-type traveler. Car camping, cafes, historical venues are all in my repertoire; I love cities, and I love rural (and I don't mind wilderness, as long as I'm only passing through). I consider myself pretty well-traveled, and would love to become even-better-traveled: I've been to France, England, Jamaica, China, Antarctica, plus all over North America. I wish I were more adventurous, though.
I have an active imagination, which can be fun when we're discussing something whimsical, but can also be an annoyance when I find myself over-analyzing a conversation after the fact.