Now you are up and scanning, it's time to contribute to the hobby!!!
When you're bored of "regular" scanning (in a few weeks), learn to use the Search function. Keep a log of what you hear and try to figure out who it is. In the US, we have the publicly available FCC database for all non-federal frequencies. I routinely go through the various bands (e.g., VHF aviation, UHF aviation, VHF/UHF public safety) and search for new channels. Found one today near a federal facility. Not sure what it is yet, so I programmed it in my scanner as a regular channel. I have one scanner bank setup for unknowns and keep a logbook to help me discover who's using it.
For your next trick, add a wildcard to each of your trunked radio systems. It'll allow you to (possibly) discover new talkgroups. Again, I keep them in a separate bank. Found one of those for my favorite 800MHz trunked radio system. Not secret squirrel stuff, but a previously unknown talkgroup.
Then, come to Florida for vacation and start the programming all over again......
Hope you have tons of fun,