Martial arts has to be one of my favourite things. The first few months are a real test of willpower, but after that, it becomes easier and more fulfilling.
Next, because I couldn't afford when I was young, since then travelling is an addiction for me. The memories from all the holidays I have been on over the years are precious and the photos don't’ do the memories justice. It's further terrific if my friends join me for it together,share the most updated thing we experienced in the journey.
If time or money is a issue, I enjoy spending my weekends with my friends,after a wild night out, its always followed by a well deserved Sunday brunch,BBQ/group cooking afterward, We are somehow compete to show our cooking skill there. It is precious and we have a lot of laugh.I usually could award as the most "diversifying cuisine", as I have a rule that I would learn at least one dish when I stay or visit a new country.
I love to surround myself with optimistic people who are going somewhere in life. We do meaningful conversations and self improvement, so I guess in my previous life( if you believe in that kind of thing) I would have been a dog rather than a cat- not that cats are bad, I just couldn't imagine living the life of a solitary creature.