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31 Gainesville, FL Woman


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  • Ages 25–37
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Last online
Yesterday – 2:06pm
5′ 7″ (1.70m)
Body type
Mostly other
Other, and somewhat serious about it
Virgo, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from university
Doesn’t have kids
Has dogs
English (Fluently), Spanish (Okay)
My self-summary
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Wellllll, I'm kind of a hippie, but I do like to eat meat from time to time and I really have this urge to go shooting at a gun range some day. I like and have tattoos, but I'm not a hipster. Pretty sure I'm an INTJ, but I mean last time I took the Myers Briggs was probably middle school? I don't litter, and I don't think you should either. Despite the aforementioned sentence I'm really not all THAT opinionated. I mean, I do have opinions, for sure. But I don't believe in pressing them on anyone else. I'm basically apolitical, however if I had to pick a side I would base it on the fact that I don't really do the uptight, conservative thing. I am a strong advocate of the mantra "don't sweat the small stuff". I am a spiritual person in that I believe in the Law of Attraction, the power of positivity & intuition, and self-realization is probably my most important life goal. Also, I have an 'apocalypse' bag that everyone makes fun of, yet they all ask for my advice when they watch one of the ever so popular apocalyptic movies out nowadays. (Side note: No, I don't believe the world is going to end anytime soon.) Or... do I? Hmmmm.

A little quote that sort of helps summarize how I feel about life at this point:
"Once you have found yourself, you have found your home. You have found your love, you have found your inexhaustible ecstasy, you have found that the whole of existence is ready for you to dance, to rejoice, and to sing - to live intensively and to die blissfully. These things happen of their own accord." - Osho
What I’m doing with my life
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Figuring out what I'm going to do next / finding my path / what I am meant to do with this life.

*Update: I think I have actually figured out what that thing is, that I'm meant to do. But it is the kind of thing I would probably talk to you about in person rather than a message.

Also, I am pretty focused on living a soul/spirit (rather than ego) driven lifestyle and my weekly habits such as immersion in nature and meditation to connect to my true self are quite important to me. If this sounds like total BS to you and/or you simply cannot appreciate how or why this could be important to me, then we probabllllyyyy won't have much of a connection. Just sayin'.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Filling out this silly profile, DUH! (kidding). Ummmm, hula hooping at music festivals? Let me think.... Alright, serious answer: I have been told that I have a knack for really listening to people and helping them regain clarity when they were feeling lost or confused. I'm fairly articulate in putting my thoughts into words and giving unbiased advice when it's asked for.
The first things people usually notice about me
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(I would hope): That I carry myself well and that I am a source of compassionate and positive energy... Wow. Guess I'm more of a hippie than I thought, hah.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Awesome books: "Into the Wild", "Ishmael", "The Power of Now", "The Celestine Prophecy", "The Great Gatsby", "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance", "Atlas Shrugged", "The Alchemist", "Radical Acceptance"

Top Movies: "Waking Life", "The Unbearable Lightness of Being", "Adaptation", "Paris, J'et Aime", "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind", "Almost Famous", "Coffee & Cigarettes",
"Stand By Me", "Closer", "Into the Wild", "127 Hours", "Apocalypse Now", "Easy Rider", "Holy Smoke", "Last of the Mohicans", "The Royal Tenenbaums", "28 Days Later", "Everything Is Illuminated", "Heat", "Goodfellas", well, most mobster movies and uhh..."The Goonies", plus so many more....(any documentary or foreign film usually captures my attention pretty quickly as well)

Dem shows: "Fringe", "Parks & Rec", "Criminal Minds", "Wilfred", "Numbers", "The Office", "Law & Order: SVU", "House", "Deadwood", "Arrested Development", "Endgame", "The Walking Dead". I don't know why, but I'm a sucker for crime dramas (however, if I had it my way, there would not be a TV in my home, since it's usually a pointless distraction from going out and actually living your life). A computer should suffice. Damn you roommates for tempting me with your giant box of light and sound!

MUSIC: Medicine for the People, Elephant Revival, Modest Mouse, CCR, Galactic, Arcade Fire, Dave Matthews, Radiohead, Beirut, Neil Young, Toubab Krewe, Mason Jennings, Bill Withers, Neutral Milk Hotel, Zeppelin, Thievery Corporation, Pepper, The National, Feist, Otis Redding, Little Dragon, Lotus, P Funk, Death Cab For Cutie, Dr. Dog, Fleet Foxes, Mountain Goats, Eddie Vedder, Robert Johnson, White Stripes, Slightly Stoopid, Johnny Cash, Matisyahu, Grateful Dead, Rubblebucket, Talking Heads, Sound Tribe Sector 9, Jimmy Eat World, Simon and Garfunkel, Passion Pit, The Killers, Mumford and Sons, Al Green to name a very few...I love funk music and hand drums make me happy. Old school rappers like Outkast, Notorious, and Slick Rick was my shit back in the day. I don't think I'll ever find Bob Marley to be cliche, listening to his lyrics is one of the quickest ways to put a smile on my face. Annnnnnd I gotta say, the Last of the Mohicans soundtrack is still to this day pretty much amazing.

I LOVE FOOD. Brie & a baguette,
artichokes, cashew cream cheese, sushi, pancakes & grits, all grilled cheese varieties, ...other delicious things. Although lately I've been focusing on most of my diet consisting of local fresh vegetables that I prepare myself... I also drink a ridiculous amount of water, but most likely won't be able to resist an ice cold Coke in a can on the hottest of summer days - I know, so bad for you!

(I've actually recently decided to try my hand at being a vegetarian/mostly vegan - it's still new to me but I'm having fun with it and feel healthier than I ever have before)
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
MUSIC, sleep, NATURE, dancing around a drum circle / bonfire with pure abandonment , WATER, my freedom...
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
What I'm going to do later while simultaneously doing my best to stay present in the moment. The older I've gotten the more picky I've become with my spare time, my days off are usually fairly planned out with good friends and/or nature time being a high priority next to the usual errands. Life's too short to waste it on what doesn't make you feel good inside. Yeah, I think about THAT.

Also, why the hell did I put quotations around EVERY movie and tv show listed above? I realized halfway through how annoying it was, found I was too lazy to delete it yet too dedicated to not follow through
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Pursuing the eternal pursuit: surrounding myself with amazing individuals while listening to awesome (preferably live) music.

OR taking a hot bath and meditating. Just depends on what the night feels like.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I never learned how to roller skate and I'm okay with that. There's more adventurous things to tackle at this point :)
You should message me if
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You are just a deep down good human being. Someone who is respectful towards others and carries himself with integrity. However, I feel that a tiny bit of humility never hurt anybody either. I look to surround myself with people whose overwhelming characteristic is gratitude towards life, not arrogance. You know?