I am constantly curious. Probably something most people in the Sciences have in common, but I feel it presents certain logistical difficulties. My curiosity has led to me developing a wide variety of skills, and I am always interested in learning more. These kind of 'diversions' clash with, well, living a more steady life, however. To get on the easiest, its best to pick one thing and just do that forever. Having hobbies is fine, but they are more about relieving tedium. But I've never been satisfied with doing things at a hobbyist level. I read a few physics books, and get past an amateur understanding, and then I want to go on to more advanced physics problems. I learn the basics of a programming language and then I want to make games, or work on advanced AI systems. When I was younger I was more into art. More recently I'm developing an interest in electronics. I don't really want to limit myself to one thing, but I feel that life necessitates that. I'm just curious if anyone has had a similar problem and how you deal with it.