I like trying to stay spontaneous and active. Kayak wine tours, camping on islands in the middle of a lake, searching for monk parakeets in the tri-state area, learning to sail in Flushing Meadows Corona Park. Things like that.
I enjoy what I do, but have also fully researched my backup plan of living on a sailboat island hopping in the South Pacific. In the meantime I try to sneak some fun into my work trips (seriously boss, I'm saving you money by spending the weekend driving down the Pacific Coast highway instead of flying between San Francisco and LA.)
Books: Just finished a Song of Ice and Fire and have no clue what to do with myself while waiting for Winds of Winter to come out. Otherwise anything by Kurt Vonnegut, dorky pop econ and other non-fiction (currently making my way through a few of Jane Jacobs later books. Message me now if you know who she is and love her.)
Music: Your standard indie fare, with a few classics thrown in (90s rock because I'm in my late 20s and classic rock because my parents are hippies.) (Sidenote: am I the only one who was genuinely surprised by how easy it is to be completely clueless about new music as you get older?)
Food: Just about the only thing I don't like is Cilantro for some reason (Update: I'm beginning to understand cilantro. This is really big for me.)