I've often posted on perlmonks, but I haven't revealed much of what I actually do with perl. So a journal should be handy. I tend to write journal fragments throughout my Mandrake 8.2 system, recording my adventures in coding. I typically investigate about five perl modules per month, and one major open-source package. I'm going to take a shot at recording my adventures here.
Other activity can be found on tomacorp (We're not a corporation), which is mine.
At work I use perl quite a bit. I'm back in the CAD business, trying to make life better and more productive for a few hundred electrical engineers. I have switched between designing hardware and software over the past twenty-some years, and I have recently switched back to software.
At home I use perl as a hobby and I have also been teaching it as a high school course to a very small class.