As I'm writing this, I'm listening to the Questioning Quidditch podcast on Spotify. I don't think I mentioned this, but I was (am?) involved with my school's Quidditch team back when I was on campus - yes, that sport from the Harry Potter books. I looked it up a while back, and apparently it was adapted from the books into real life by some dudes from Vermont, and it became somewhat popular across the US, and even other places across the world, at least in a niche sort of way. I joined because I had the "don't say no to clubs or anything like that" mentality that college freshmen should have, but I think I stayed because of the community aspect of it - our team hasn't practiced in about a year, but I found this mini-documentary and started getting involved in the community a bit more.
I guess another good thing that's been happening is that I've been trying to improve at games again. Despite what you might think, I'm actually quite bad at video games, and it was only within the past few years that I developed a more improvement-focused mindset. I'm a bit hesitant to play online, not because my internet is terrible, but because I don't have an ethernet connection directly from my computer at home, and could pretty much only get that when I was on campus at college, and one thing I've noticed from hanging out with fighting game players is that they will more or less rip on you if you don't have on that.
Anyways, I feel like that's it. I think if I finally do something of importance, then I'll write about it on here. Thanks!