Going on a lot more walks around the neighborhood than I used to (with a mask of course).
Playing the shit out of my drumset. Im getting way better.
-- --- .-. ... . / -.-. --- -.. . Why? For fun.
I started reading more. It is easy to get into if you start with short books like Animal Farm, The Hobbit, The Bell Jar, The Catcher in the Rye, etc. It feels satisfying to finish a book, mark it as read on Goodreads and think about it for a day or two. I plan to slowly transition into bigger books once my attention span increases.
Started to learn about the gut and brain. Very interesting topics. Fascinating to be honest.
Exercising every day (mostly aerobics, some rowing, and rarely running)
Taking notes like a pro! (Too many remote meetings)
Learn to play guitar. Never played an instrument in my life.
After hours and hours of online meetings I'm super protective of my time in the evening
TTRPGs! They've been a wonderful outlet for creativity and also socializing with friends in a very enjoyable way.
Ordering takeout too frequently
I starting writing more! I've been doing better with keeping a journal and I started posting some blog posts online.
Started reading again. Really enjoying some horror novels.
I've been cycling quite a lot.
I started playing Hollow Night (when I am at ease), Thumper (When I am annoyed) and GRIS (When I am content).
I've spent a lot more time speaking Esperanto with people all over the world (via Zoom, mostly). Relatively speaking there aren't huge numbers of speakers, but when everyone is effectively next door to one another because of COVID + the internet, suddenly there's a full calendar of virtual meet-ups, and people using the language all day long! It's wonderful. Before this, I'd only get the chance a few times per year at bigger events to speak the language for long periods.