If not working or playing music, which is sort-of working I guess since it does pay, you may find me working on a restoration project on my house, out to dinner and drinks with friends, checking out an exhibit, architectural tour, or music or theatrical show. I love to entertain guests at my house and it lends itself well to that. I enjoy welcoming my friends over whether it is for a small dinner with a few close friends or 100 folks from work for an office holiday party.
In between the working, playing music, and socializing, I have been forcing myself to go to Crossfit to not feel guilty for my laziness. (I give credited to my Catholic upbringing for my successes as result of guilt from not working harder.) I’m not a Crossfit nut but lack my own self-motivation to convince myself to jump on a box 60 times in row, I need my succumbing to peer pressure for that and it is much cheaper than a personal trainer.
Wine (usually white)
Internet/connectivity (this is sort of lame but access to instant information and communication is very addictive. It can make things much more efficient but also a curse in its power to distract and make everyone, including myself, ADD)
Learning more about things I’m interested in
Socializing with friends