A dilettante is currently defined as:
"a person who cultivates an area of interest, such as the arts, without real commitment or knowledge" - OED, online (2020) version
However the etymology is from the word "delight".
(I believe, but don't know, it did not always have the contemporary negative connotation, which I believe, but don't know, it has.)
I'm looking for a word that describes what a dilettante or dabbler might be dabbling in, without entailing interest. Here's an example. My skills include writing a balance sheet, professional taxes, and forensic auditing, while my ___ include astronomy and metaphysics.
Interests and hobbies imply interest, which I'm trying to avoid.