2) Even though I'd prefer to bike everywhere, sometimes planes make things a little easier. I've spent over a month in Delhi, Dakar, Buenos Aires, and Israel, living with locals (an experience which always leaves you with entertaining stories, especially if you don't speak the language). I've learned how to train elephants in Chaing Mai, Thailand, swam with sea lions in the Galapagos, and trekked to Machu Picchu.
3) My piano. I spend time playing everyday.
4) Numbers. I studied math in college, so I find myself thinking about numbers more than the average person. When I was 12, I had a blog all about numbers in baseball.
5) That said, numbers are only a part of the puzzle, and without people (and the irrational emotions that come with them), life would surely be boring. Deep, philosophical conversations get me really excited.
6) Gadgets. I've recently been trying out all the latest cooking gadgets, turning my kitchen into a laboratory. Surprisingly, nothing has caught on fire yet.
the positive and negative impacts of technology on our society.
how to explore my creativity and express myself in new and different ways. Like songwriting. Or comedy.