As an author of five books, I love to write novels and poetry, as well as to do presentations, to network with other authors, and to participate in many author events. I also do volunteer work at my church and often have fun with family, friends, and my three cats.
I've said to multiple people that I get bored if I have nothing to do. My realization about wanting to be busy happened when I was only nineteen. I was working in a department store, and I sometimes had to be a security guard, rather than an office person. I had to just stand in one place for eight hours and could only look at people. I wasn't allowed to do such things as helping cashiers when they got really busy. I quickly realized that I loved being busy with many different tasks, rather than having nothing to do beyond just staring at mostly honest people. I know security people today do more tasks, which is a lot nicer in many ways than how bored I was a few decades ago. I'm still very thankful about the times in my life (which is most of the times in my life) when I am healthy enough and happy enough to be very busy.