I own my own home. It's lovely: Open floor plan, exposed beams, just enough space for all my necessary things in life, huge windows great for stargazing, a wrap around porch provides shelter from storms, wonderful ever- changing views, not much of a kitchen, but can cook in the vestibule in a pinch. My favorite features of it are that it's large enough to be comfortable, not claustrophobic at 30 sq ft. (including porch). And it's incredibly portable, at < 2 lbs, and packs down about the size of a Nalgene. I have no other plans in the next 4 years for more permanent housing..... hopefully by then I can build a tiny house on a trailer (probably less than 100 sq ft).
On a slightly more serious note: I'm laid back/ carefree. I love a good laugh, a good book, a good meal. Or even just a nice sunset with a so-so one pot dinner cooked over an cat food can, watching the stars come out & hearing the owls talk amongst themselves
Food: ANYTHING. Pizza of course, Any cuisine from around the world i'm willing to try. Anything fresh/local/seasonal/ made from scratch, that's the way i like to cook.
I like to cook, but I'm a Lazy Cook. I don't like recipes, only ingredients, and I just put them together in a way i think'll work (yeah, sometimes the 3rd version of the dish is the best). I do make good breakfast food & cornbread, and surprise myself at how well things I toss together turn out.
Music: WNRN (www.wnrn.org) is my favorite radio station, as they play anything & everything i consider worth listening to. I'm a snob like that....
Books: are good, haven't really read one i haven't liked. Just finished the first two Stormlight Archives books... am reading a book on Everett Ruess now, after reading a quote in a trail register
Movies: Are good, but i tend to fall asleep during them. There's just something about sitting down for 2 hours that makes me nod off. Favorites would be: LOTR,, good dramas or comedies, just about any adventure type movie (the real ones, no crap like anaconda or such).
TV: My tv only works as a DVD player, but i watch stuff on Hulu & netflix sometimes. There's a few shows I like, but usually by the time i go to watch them they've expired. Am happy It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia made it to Netflix, i can catch up on the last few seasons. There' really nothing that i consider "must see tv".
i could do without the garden for a bit, when I through-hike. that would be worth not growing my own lettuce for a few seasons :)