And that’s what I do. I’m open to new adventures, new experiences and new ways to see my life and the colors of the sunset. I know, I know, that sounds completely cliche and poetic and almost wannabe hippie-esque but I’m not like that.
I have a day job to pay my bills, I have a car, I can be responsible, but I've also been known to plan a semi-spontaneous trip to Argentina, in which I embraced every opportunity that was presented to me. I seem to meet really interesting people with incredible stories and that makes my story all the better. I believe people come into your life for a reason, not by coincidence.
I rent an apt in Philadelphia but travel...sometimes a lot, and sometimes not so much. I do, however, spend a lot of time in Los Angeles as well as Philly.
I’m not religious but I do believe in aspects of Buddhism, such as good and bad karma. I think what you do in life, do to people, for people etc sets you up to have the same efforts done to you, for you, etc. It was introduced to me the first time I visited Vietnam, primarily a Buddhist country. Not because of relating reasons but I travel to Vietnam twice a year, and stay in very humbling accommodations and it feeds me a whole new perspective on life, the world, my person, the people around me, etc etc.
I don’t try to be anyone I’m not. I like to live life and think that every experience I have makes me grow into a stronger and more understanding person, although there will always be something I can't understand for the life of me.