As part of the working out process I've actually gotten quite good at cooking healthy meals, a shock to my family as much as it is to me. Still, I'm too much of a foodie to give up everything in the name of fitness, I just try to moderate it. In my spare time I write, work with interpreters who have been brought to the states after they worked with our troops in Iraq/Afghanistan, and volunteer with rescued dogs (since I can't get one of my own yet).
I actually enjoy planning dates and have been told I'm really good at them. If you're up for a challenge, send me any 5 facts about you, and only using what you've sent, i.e. without looking at your profile, I will send back a date plan. If you like it, we'll go, if not, then no.
If you want to know more, just ask, I'm an open book on most things. I promise that I'm a lot less serious in person.
Lastly: Hoya Saxa. I bleed Grey and Blue. (Getting a doctor to look into that)
Giving clear and unbiased advice
Quoting Dr. Cox
Pretty good cook
Sung Tzu-Art of War
Machiavelli- The Prince
Miyamoto Musashi- The Book of Five Rings
Harry Potter (Of course)
And they aren't books but:
Jane's Defense Weekly
Movies: Oh man, too many to even list, we'll have to discuss that in person, I'll just name a few:
Harry Potter Series
And the list could stretch ad infinitum
Game of Thrones
How I Met Your Mother
The Big Bang Theory
Very mood dependent, but I always try to give everything at least one chance. I don't follow bands as much as I enjoy songs.
Everything except beef. And I do mean everything. I will try pretty much anything at least once.
1) My suits
2) My phone
5) My computer
6) Internet connection
More specifically: my next trip, work out routines, what should I make for my next meal, what other things does my kitchen need, any upcoming events, recent journal articles or studies I've read, and how to win board games against my friends... we're all quite competitive and very good at them.
Seriously though, generally out with friends, at a networking event, winning boardgame nights, or just generally doing something I love; life is too short to not enjoy yourself, whatever that may mean at the time. I usually reserve Sundays for a recharge.
Huge bonus points if you know where my screen name is from, without using the Internet.