I went to an extreme liberal university and became more conservative while there. Not a fan of dogma, except my own. I'm religious but not spiritual.
I don't use ig but I have an active Medium account and enjoy writing.
It took a few years and a lot of tough choices, but now I have the freedom I dreamed about. But what to do with so much freedom? Right now I'm learning to cultivate hobbies (salsa dancing, coding, and improv.)
TV I've paid money fo and/or watched twice: Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, Silicon Valley, House of Lies, Mad Men, Rick and Morty, The Americans, Dirk Gently, Black Mirror.
I'm mostly a bookworm though, I would always choose a Kindle over an Apple TV. And mostly nonfiction, but this year I've relaxed that and I'm enjoying HC Andersen right now.
Podcasts: I lost my infatuation for podcasts when I stopped commuting to a job, but I still appreciate Personality Hacker and Cashing in with TJ Miller.
The last five things I've played on Spotify:
Modest Mouse (!)
I tend to eat heavy amounts of meat and vegetables with occasional binges on chocolate and wine. I call it positive paleo. I get homesick if I don't cook everyday. Hmm maybe thats just hunger.
Perfect dinner: pan fried tuna with a dash of lemon, garlic roasted broccoli, and a glass of Malbec.
Dark roasted coffee
Home cooked meals
"Pinky, are you pondering what I'm pondering? Uh, I think so, Brain, but we'll never get a monkey to use dental floss."
You have a passion in life and want to share it.
Or if you are considering graduate school and want someone to convince you not to go.
Or if you finished graduate school. Way to go :)