So then, lets get started. I'm a fairly contemplative person that is still on the search for what this life is really all about. I started off after college as a corporate tax accountant, doing all of the things you are told to do in order to get rich and be considered successful. It was kind of mindless how I got there, I was kind of just drunkenly following a faint image of happiness where I was financially well off and got lots of pats on the back from society. But I was definitely neglecting a big part of me that wants to do good things for the world and help people less fortunate than I am (I am ridiculously fortunate - largely by absolutely no virtue of my own, just that I got lucky with genetics and a loving upbringing.) Ok and I just realized that I am getting way more detailed about things that I want to so will just finish that by saying I ended up quitting accounting to join AmeriCorps and then went down to South America to do some soul searching.
But yeah, I feel like I'm talking too much about myself and don't want to get all serious about something without being able to interact with you to gauge whether you care at all or are staring at your phone. Or are you staring at your phone at this very moment while someone is telling you a story? That'd be funny.
Aaaannnyyway, what I was trying to say is that I am taking an Anatomy and Physiology class mostly just for it's ability to explain what we are. I'm also recently a web developer (although it's just a passing method for making money while doing lots of mental masturbation - yeah, I should explain. I guess it's kind of like Sudoku, they can be really absorbing but really, nothing got accomplished when you finish one). Also play a little tennis and soccer on teams with friends and I volunteer at a suicide hotline. The hotline work is something that I think is a super valuable but I don't think it's how I want to contribute to this world in the long run (I think I'd like to help the world be better able to handle itself when it's younger rather than when it's contemplating killing itself. As sad as it may seem to give up on the older people, I think it would be more effective.)
Movies shows and music tastes are pretty all over the place. I don't have a TV (but who needs those anymore) and pretty much only watch it if it's a social thing. Recently I've been watching a bit of Bojack Horseman, Louie, Master of None, and of course Game of Thrones. Live music feeds my soul, I haven't been super into the music festival scene but plan to be in the coming summers.