I know it must appear totally contradicting to my statements about me before, but I often avoid doing something new or to make new experiences because I think it's not worth the effort. It's hard to explain. Even if I emphasized my apparent use of , I still feel like that. I'm still open for new and also unrealistic ideas and projects. For instance, if I would have the chance to join an arctic expedition or a world trip, I'd gladly accept it. And this would be definitely something new to me.
But on the other side, I'm probably one of these guys who say "It was better in the past." when I'm getting old. Of course not in every regard, but still. For example: I really like to play computer games for several years now. But for some time, I don't seem to want new ones, just replay the old games. I rather play a game of which I now it's good than trying out a new one I might don't like at all.
An other thing is that I'm about to move because of my studies. I'm homesick before I even moved out. Of course, it's normal for everyone, but others I've asked said they would be happy to meet new people and all that, which is not really interesting for me. (Okay, introversion would explain this one.)
I'm not sure what the reason for this attitude is, maybe it's just a reluctance to change.