Regarding your fridge, is it organized or a mess inside?
I would say that it is reasonably organised with raw meats on the bottom shelf, cooked meats on the second, cheese and yoghurt and salad and vegetables on the top. Milk, fruit juice and eggs are kept on the shelves in the door.
Do you prefer your food separated or mixed together?
I do like to have my food not too dramatically mixed, I like to add my sauces and gravy etc to my food separately so I can add it to my preferred ratio. I've never been overly keen on Stew and Casserole but I probably couldn't tell you why.
Do you prefer reading coffee table books (picture), biographies, fiction, non-fiction, educational?
I am mostly a fiction reader, mostly science fiction or crime (or some cases both) but I have widening library. Currently I am reading The Reginald Perrin Omnibus which is a collection of the first three of David Nobb's Reginald Perrin books. The story is essentially about Reginald Perrin's slow nervous breakdown thanks to the banality of his existence. It was made into a very successful TV series starring the late great Leonard Rossiter as the titular Reginald Perrin. I do read a few biographies which I tend to keep near the bathroom as they tend to take the timeslot usually attached to the sports pages. I have recently ordered Tears of a Clown: The Biography of Ian Hendry, Ian was a good actor who could have gone on to greater things but his fondness of a drink held him back. I am hoping that the book will expand more on the basics. I don't really read that many magazines, only really Jazzwise and DWM and I think the latter is beginning to run out of stem or perhaps it is just my interest is beginning to wain.
Close your eyes. Listen to your body. What part of your body is seeking attention? What is it telling you?
My knee, it's telling me I have been sitting down for too long.