I think I have ADD
tend to switch rapidly between as many as 5 or 6 projects at a
time. So, I rarely finish them. Most of them are not really
important to finish; they are my hobbies, after all.
I work as a computer programmer for the tech arm of a legal
services company. Long hours, short pay, but it's enough to get by.
I really want to get back into a startup (or start my own), so I am
holding out for that.
I am teaching myself to cook. So far, I have only figured out the
art of pasta (with homemade meat sauce, of course), and
I read lots of books
. It seems like a book is the only
thing that I am able to finish at times. Even if it's a bad one, I
have to finish it, or it will bug me until I do. I have even read
most of the technical reference books I have from cover to
I play video
, sometimes. I like the RPG-type, with a beginning,
middle, and end. I usually find myself quitting and moving on to
something else as I approach the end. I think this is because I
tend to get very frustrated with the last (or nearly last) boss.
Sometimes, I'll pick it back up months (or years) later, just to
see what the ending is like.
I collect DVDs
I used to. I still have what I have managed to gather so far, but I
haven't added to it recently. The anime side of my collection is,
sadly, much more recent than the actual movie side, but the anime
sets come with all the cool toys!
I used to play Dungeons &
in college. I haven't since then, but my love for it
has lingered on. There is a game that I am ready to run in the back
of my head, all I have to do is write it down and find some
players. I put no effort into either. Maybe that's for the
puzzles, at least twice a week; more often, if I have the time.
is my latest
addiction, though; two or three of those a day. Any kind of mind
exercise is good with me, though.