That said, I want to do more travelling and going places, particularly outdoorsy activities. Probably because it doesn't involve as many people. I've been seeing a bunch of articles lately about turning old buses into campers and road tripping and I got the jonesin to road trip somewhere soon.
I'm trying to get back into brewing beer (and cider, wine, and sake) after a short hiatus. Sometimes I build robots.
I can be a huge nerd when I want to, and that is usually all the time.
I've got a good ten-ish dinner recipes down pretty solid. I'd like to learn more, but I have the issue of always cooking way more food than I can eat.
I can grow squash and peppers really well. If you want squash, I got squash. Lots of it.
Trying to finish all the books I never got to reading on my train rides. The 'A Wrinkle in Time' series might be my favorite books though.
Just finished It's Always Sunny and man was I missing out on that. There's a lot of things in the Netflix queue that I am in need of catching up on though, since I'm not normally watching TV.
I lean towards classic rock and prog when it comes to music genres, but I usually find a new band I really like every month or so. Some new ones lately are Hiatus Kaiyote, Lisa Hannigan, Vulfpeck, and Dopapod.
I foolishly love eating spicy food even though my stomach is starting to hate me for it. In my brief time living in Chicago I fell in love with the ramen at Furious Spoon and try to pilgrimage there every chance I get.
2. A Project - I always need to have something to work on or a goal to work towards. If not, I get pretty listless.
3. Youtube - It's my main source of entertainment, really.
4. Music - Life is too boring without a soundtrack.
5. Air conditioning - The frugal side of me has tried to run the AC as little as possible this summer, but I love the cold and I am not heat tolerant at all.
6. Pasta - I don't think I could ever give up noodles.
I try not to think about American politics. Not that I think about other countries' politics.