After the Taiwan trip, I wanted to gain greater ability in speech production, across a variety of languages in San Francisco. I haven't made much progress on this goal yet, particularly with Spanish.
But I have been studying every day, mainly Cantonese. I've got back to the basic level I had when I last visited Hong Kong. I'm watching a lot of video in Mandarin, Cantonese, and Japanese, and have had a bit of refamiliarization with Korean. Not much formal practice with characters, but the subtitling on Chinese video (in traditional and simplified) helps keep some currency.
Watching hybrid Cantonese/Mandarin shows is strange, 'cause I can understand a little bit of each, and sometimes have to think which one I'm listening to.
For physical study, I've been working each day with sticks and rope, in different sizes and attributes. I particularly like a three-foot cord with a light weight, such as a single poi, spinning in various planes, hand exchanges, catches, wraps, bounces. I've also been more interested in the circular movement of Ba Gua Zhang, particularly because it aligns with the philosophical system of the I Ching.
Learning a lot, wish I had more to show for it.... ;-)