Things I know are ridiculous, but do anyway:
Take constant photos. Of food, people, feet, signs, skylines, big buildings from their base, cracks in the sidewalk. Really if it's something outside of my own head, it's probably in a photo someplace in my hard drive.
Drive to the bus stop.... at the end of my street. It is less than a 10 minute walk. But more and more often, I grab my keys, run to my car, and drive 5 blocks down the street. Park. Hop out. And walk the last three blocks. I often wonder if some neighbor isn't watching from their kitchen table, scoffing at their lazy neighbor. It's really not laziness. I love the walk. I just hate it when it's "walk or coffee." Coffee almost always wins. Especially, if it's raining.
Lately, I drive to the bus stop at the top of the ridge - it takes me less time oddly enough to get there (though it's further) and the bus is some how a shorter route than my usual one. And I ain't walking that huge hill each morning. But before you judge, I walk plenty once I get downtown.
Pee every 15 minutes. I don't know when or how it happened, but I became an old lady. Or a toddler. I swear, I head to the bathroom so many times a day. I think it started because I was bored at my last job and needed an excuse to get up and take mental breaks every hour or so.... now, I'm just ruined.
Read Nicholas Sparks. There, I said it. Loved him in high school. I haven't been reading his books for years now, and decided to give Safe Haven a try. It was terrible. What happened to him? But then again, I still finished.... in fact, I read the last 1/3 of it in one night. (Which is a big deal for me.) So, ridiculous, but still I got hooked.