I teach full-time at a community college. Mostly chemistry, hence the corny username. I love the work, it's extremely fulfilling to be able to make an impact on so many people.
I have lately been working on establishing better personal habits. Eating more healthily, exercising, and keeping things organized. Things that would have been great to have been doing earlier, but better late than never!
I feel that I am in a good spot in the first two, so the latter is my current focus. Looking for excuses to meet new people, and to spend more time with those I know.
I guess I'm good at some things though:
Empathizing with other people. I enjoy finding out how people tick, and being able to put yourself in another's shoes removes a lot of unnecessary stress.
Playing the saxophone. I was in the marching band in high school! I'm sure you're jealous.
Logic puzzles (sudoku for example). It's fun coming up with new ways of solving them. For that matter, any sort of puzzle that requires you to figure out your own rules.
Books: For fiction, I prefer sci-fi/fantasy, for example Ender's Game, A Song of Ice and Fire, Anathem. I read a lot on nonfiction as well, from biographies to psychology; anything that looks interesting. I am always open to suggestions for interesting things to put on my reading list.
Movies: I am easily entertained; I can find even terrible movies enjoyable.
TV shows: Game of Thrones, Futurama, Scrubs, Always Sunny, Stranger Things, Black Mirror
Food: I'll eat almost anything that doesn't have mushrooms. I have my comfort foods (mostly pasta), but I try to try new things when I can.
2) Dark chocolate m&m's
3) Something to achieve
4) Shoe inserts for my flat feet
5) Air conditioning
6) A decent internet connection
7) The ability to break arbitrary rules
On a serious note, I think a lot about how to improve the state of education. I'm a huge fan of The Khan Academy, and hope to make a difference in the system myself.