I work with at risk teens in a youth empowerment program. For now, I live for meeting new people, being outdoors, exercising, and being around those I love. My life mostly consists of work, casual dating, chilling with friends, playing pick-up basketball, and sleeping. Life is grand right now.
I am a half-Chilean, half-Gringo perennial slacker and underachiver. Since dropping out of high school in my junior year and acquiring my GED, a solid case of existential funk and liberal guilt has seemingly driven my every action. Essentially I am still trying to get over some pretty radical beliefs that I've had about a person's obligations in life to other people after having witnessed and experienced people living in the worst conditions of poverty and illness imaginable. I've done this all the while trying to reconcile previous issues with anxiety, drugs, and a primal urge to live out some of my wildest impulses to live life to the fullest, lest I should tragically wake up one day and feel like I didn't live a single deliberate or genuine minute of my life.
As a result, I've found myself in some rather interesting and sometimes inexplicable situations. I've been backpacking across parts of Latin America, worked super odd jobs, volunteered as an EMT, and have been in and out of college (as well as done other dumb shit).
Random side note: I went to Hampshire College. Best place ever.