While I'm not doing my 100% soul-centered life's work right now, I like to think that my whole journey is my real life's work. I don't believe a job or career defines a person, nor should one allow it to define their happiness.
I tend to listen to my inner guidance, but a lot of times my morals, fears, mind chatter, and verbal memory gets in the way. But that's ok, I'm not trying to be perfect, I'm just trying to accept things as they are, and my mental-emotional processes are a part of that.
I like to laugh and having a great sense of humor is part and partial to getting along really well with me. If you laugh at my jokes and I laugh at yours, I'm going to want to be around you a lot.
My past consists of growing on the Jersey shore, going to Rutgers for undergrad, moving around the nation and traveling around the world in my 20s, settling in Austin from 2007-2014, and then moving to Atlanta.
I've seen a lot of things and met a lot of different types of people. My personality can change if it needs to or if I feel like I'm boring myself and want to be different for a little while.
I don't like to brag but false modesty makes me uneasy. I don't believe in God but communicate with God all the time. For the most part I think religion softens brains, the other part knits communities and sometimes imparts good values.
I like music but don't keep up with any particular music scene. Having been a dj for 10 years I feel I am a good judge of artistic quality, so if I listen to something or read something that is awesome, I will probably enjoy it. I also like to talk about why I enjoy things. I enjoy conversating. I like using big words, I like accents, I like finding out why people feel or think in certain ways.