I work hard, love sports, read lots, eat well and try and travel as much as I can.
I'm an INTJ.
*Update: I now move back and forth between London and New York.
I generally prefer the two extremes: metropolis or wilderness. These days I think about cities and urban planning a lot.
I organize my life around maximising my energy levels - I eat well, sleep enough, work hard but not too hard, habitually work out, and stay close to family.
I read about 50-70 books a year. My favorites from this year:
Atul Gawande: Being Mortal
Neil Gaiman: The Graveyard Book
Andy Weir: The Martian
Chris Anderson: Free
David Brooks: The Road to Character
David Foster Wallace: Consider the Lobster
Old school cultural food that grandmothers can recognize, wherever it's from. Our current processed food environment has done more damage to public health than any single disease carrier ever found.
Good food - I'm a decent enough cook to feed a small party.
Friends - you're the average of the 5 people you spend most time with. I curate them.
Sports - Crossfit (hands-down favorite), running, cycling, swimming
Fitness begets energy, and energy is happiness.
Nature - my first ever vacation job was as a volunteer assistant zookeeper at 16. Lesson learned: warthog crap stinks the most, and you don't want to piss a hippo off.
Books - physical, audio, Kindle. All of them.
'Happiness is love. Full stop.'
... And when someone finds out the proportion of douchebags in the politician population.
... And why there's a Soho in NY, London, HK, and they all feel so similar.
... And whether chihuahuas suffer from inferiority complexes if they realized they evolved from wolves.
... And how people can stand ties (for the dudes) and heels (for the gals) all day long. Voluntary choking and immobility are beyond me.
... And what people think they can possibly get out of getting dead drunk apart from a much elevated risk of dying in various retarded ways.