I've done posts that are my versions of meta posts, but they were weeks or months or years ago.
This started out as a gardening journal. At some point I began posting about the m/m romances I was reading. I write posts about GLBTQ topics here and there, and wrote about soap operas at a time when I was watching a lot of them. I still post about what I'm reading in general, my day, my secret love child (not actually my child), and other TV shows I'm watching. I post about things I see in blogs and various other places online.
Added: This has also turned into something of a sleep journal, as I seem to post a lot about my disrupted sleep patterns. Well, this has always been a self-indulgent LJ. I can't even say that I'll ever go back and make a list or spreadsheet or whatever of that. I'm not one to do spreadsheets.
I've been reading straight romances since my teens. I fell into reading gay romance with Scott&Scott's Romentic books around 2007 or so, then got "if you liked that, you may like this" recommendations for m/m romance. I never stopped reading straight romance. I read romance with bi protagonists, and once in a while read lesbian romances, although they can be heavily political. But my reading tastes as far as romances go are pretty broad.
I use initials for some people I journal about. S., no last name initial, is my "secret love child." S. gets the "friends" tag.
I was a history major. I read historical mysteries and historical romances now, though I'll read non-fiction, too. Although I didn't study it formally, my knowledge of zoology is not bad. Or at least it's good enough that I'll think about how wolves' claws don't work like cats' claws do when I read werewolf stories. I read a *lot* of paranormal romances, and werewolves are trendy.
I live in southeastern Pennsylvania and get to northern Delaware and to Baltimore every so often. Once in a while I go to New Jersey. I usually tag those posts "travel."
I don't know what happened to the "This journal may contain adult concepts. You must be fourteen or older to view it." warning. Large parts of the journal are G-rated, at least the gardening parts, but I do talk about adult subjects as well. I may have to take it to an eighteen-and-older warning if that's the only option left besides open to everyone.
Added April 2013: I finally have a picture of a Neyron rose. (Rosa 'Paul Neyron')