I play guitar, bass, drums, and piano, but my piano skills have really atrophied. I sing a little too. Since I live in an apartment these days my drums are in storage, which is obviously not ideal. I listen to music constantly, especially when driving or cooking.
I'm big on reading. The first time I can remember someone telling me that they just didn't read for pleasure at all is a few years ago, and I was shocked. I understand not making progress in a book you don't like. I understand not having much time to read. And I won't mock anyone's taste in books. But just not reading at all is just... confusing to me. It's been a huge part of my life since I was around two years old. I used to look forward to family vacations mainly because it meant I got a whole bunch of new books to read.
The only sport I follow closely in the sense of watching lots of games and keeping up on news is soccer. I like baseball, and I want to like hockey but I find it hard to follow. I respect the athleticism of basketball and football but don't pay much attention to either one. If you love them I'll give them a shot, though. Regardless of sport, I will root for your team as long as it doesn't mean rooting against my team, and either way it is not important enough to me to miss other stuff for.
A lot of you seem to feel strongly about the Oxford comma, so if it matters to you: yes, I was convinced a couple years ago, and I use it now.