Sleeping, exploring myself and other people, being a "yes to everything," growing more and more passionate about self-development, personal growth, and nutrition. And in my other 60+ hours a week, enjoying my job as much as possible while figuring out how to create a life I'm totally in love with.
One woman's profile requested people who see themselves as a "positive force in the universe." I don't think I've quite reached such cosmic proportions, but hopefully I'm headed in the right direction.
I'm addicted to the Moth podcast. When I'm willing to devote a few more brain cells, I also like the Tim Ferriss Show, TED Talks (though those are occasionally a little too breathlessly self-important), and Tech Tonics.
Online: New Yorker, Farnam Street, too many other blogs to mention, and Quora. If you haven't heard of Quora you need to join immediately; it is like Facebook + Wikipedia + useful + crack.
Books: I'm getting really into books on personal change, self development, etc. It feels amazing to read something and find that it makes an immediate, visceral impact on my life.
Music: depends what mood I'm in -- I really love listening to music but it's not my "thing." Ranges from Trance to Alternative to a cappella to Andrew Bird to currently popular danceable songs to various types of Alternative Rock and Pop that I'm embarrassed to admit :-)
Food: a little while ago, I decided to try avoiding food that requires animals to suffer for my gustatory pleasure. Over a year later, I'm still veganish (I'm happy to eat animal products that are actually humanely raised, and was excited to learn mussels don't feel pain). I've decided I'm not going to worry about the fact that most people eat meat, but if you're the type of person who likes to taunt vegans, we're not going to get along. (Though if you have ethical justifications for eating non-humane meat, let me know! I love the taste of meat, so I'm actively in the market for those.)
Also: how someone who's into both meditation and food totally needs to grab the username ommnomnom before it's gone.
Or you like to dance.
Or you'd like to share your opinion on whether I look better with or without a beard.
Or you like the taste of beer. (Not really, but bonus points if you get the reference.)
BTW, there's a good chance I'll be leaving NYC for my next job opportunity sometime in the next few months, so for the first time in a while I'm not necessarily looking for anything particularly serious. I'm still really into real human connection, though, so that will probably show up in our time together, no matter how long or short.