Taking a break from time to time by traveling. I'm starting with small travels around Asia, prioritizing the more adventurous pursuits while I am still relatively fit and commitment-free. Not that I'm into extreme adventure sports, but just enough to venture off the beaten paths..
Counting in different languages (Well, useful for travels when paying or bargaining)
Picking up basics for new skills (If only I have the time, patience, or discipline to master them all)
Taking candid shots (Be careful if you find me with my camera)
Figuring out ways to do things better or differently (I'm just lazy, so being efficient helps)
Keeping to beats and rhythm for any music
The 7 Powers of Question, by Dorothy Leeds - probably one of the books which have influenced my life most.
The Guru Investor / The New Buffetology / Rich Dad Poor Dad
Sitcoms, such as "How I Met Your Mother"
Travel documentaries on Channel 8/U - there is one almost everyday.
Camera (to capture moments around me)
Bicycle (to get around places, be it for daily commute or leisure rides)
Delicious Food (after riding)
Exercise (after eating)
Rest/Sleep (after exercise and everything else)
How do things work? How can things be done differently?
resting at home after a long working week;
I may be a workaholic, though sometimes not by choice, but I will always make time for what's important in life to me.
You are someone who does not mind giving back, and can also be content with the simpler pleasures in life. Of course, you deserve to be pampered too.
You share an interest for traveling. A bonus if you enjoy the outdoors too. You don't mind dealing with the unexpected, or sometimes unstructured trips.
Or if you simply wish to chat. I try to be a good listener.