When I travel internationally I always notice how the cloud formations are different than CA. Some call it daydreaming, I call it attention to detail of your surroundings.
I know my way around a crock pot, wok (stereotypes right?), and pressure cooker. I don't bake since baking doesn't leave a whole lot of room to rectify any error. I also have a fondue pot I almost never use.
Exercise is in my repertoire of things I need to do but enjoy. I underwent a "Biggest Loser" type body change. People still think those old pictures are me in a fat suit. Many moons ago I did a ton of cardio but found it too time consuming and switched to powerlifting. I'm not part of any exercise cult/fad (sorry Crossfitters/P90xers) but appreciate what every one of these programs has brought to the general public.
At the gym I add the weights up pretty quickly lb or kg plates. I guess that makes me pretty good at math (stereotypes again!)
When I set a plan in motion I try everything I possibly can to stick it out for at least 6 to 8 weeks without any changes. The Internet's vast expanses of information and misinformation can ruin even the best of plans because too many variables are altered at once (whether it's music composition, career, cooking, dieting, tie tying, or even tooth flossing)