I recently got back to Atlanta from a year living abroad in Saudi Arabia and I'm still trying to figure out what I want my life in the States to be. I've definitely given myself permission to step away from things that I've decided where non-essential to my happiness (like drinking and eating meat). As with everything I do with myself I'm curious where it will take me.
I really enjoy trying new things and suffer heavily from guilt associated with wasting time so I always try to be doing something. I read widely, I do random craft projects, I'm involved with campus organizations, I do a bunch of Tai Chi and Improv.
You can boil pretty much everything I do to either a search after an idea that excites me, something that I find hilarious or something that helps someone. That and pooping.
Movies: Most of the movies I watch are comedies and typically pretty stupid to balance out the crazy books I read. A lot of Will Ferrell, Kevin Smith. I'm also a huge sucker for kids movies like Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.
Shows: Big fan of Parks and Rec, the Office, Brooklyn 99, Psych, Bob's Burgers, Firefly, SNL, The Chris Gethard Show, Monty Python.
Music: My taste in music is pretty eclectic, though it tends to run a little older. Most of the time I'm after something that I can sing along to, the rest of the time I'm pretty much after something to dance to. I recently started listening to The Smiths and I've been super into that.
Food: I love pretty much all food, though I'm adjusting to this whole vegetarian thing. Right now I eat a weird amount of peanut butter.
5. Some sort of focusing practice, be it enjoying a cup of tea or meditation or tai chi