— Languages. I'm looking to learn Norwegian (Bokmål, using Duolingo for the task), German (upcoming with university), French, Japanese, Romanian (inspired by Zdob shi Zdub). Also, I'd like to take a look at the grammar and syntax of Arabic and Hebrew, and make something about the Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs as a payment of respect to my childhood dream.
— Music and signing. I believe myself to sing fairly good for an untrained amateur, and I'd like to learn the processes of making my own music one day, because music to my ears is as sweet as honey to my tongue, and to be able to take part in an artistic miracle would be a divine experience.
— Doing things manually. I prefer many things digitally - including writing - but there's some aura of glory to making things by hand. I'd like to learn how to make bows out of wood and to carve wood sticks into figurines and such things. I'd like to learn how to make details for and assemble a bookshelf - and, perhaps, others items of furniture. This venue of learning includes electrical engineering, too: there's some magical feeling of making a thing by hand which, at the same time, has to do with electronics - for a technology geek like me, at least.
— Managing personal finances. Growing up, I never had access to much personal money, and every ruble I came in possession of most often went to sweets and sweetened drinks. Now, at 20 years of age, I have barely any skills in the area, and knowing it makes me uncomfortable.
— Managing personal issues. Fears and anxiety, confidence and trust, empathy and healthy altruism... and how to act, in general ("personal boundries", perhaps?). For example, I'm not certain whether it's best to leave the topic here as it is (even though they're a subject for a separate post, because I'd like to be open and trusting of people) or to leave it out (because it might make me appear needy and overly open to someone who doesn't know me and doesn't care for my troubles that they're no part of). Maybe I'm getting it all wrong, or even backwards; I have no idea.