I'm honest, loyal, forgiving, ambitious, versatile, resourceful/(I keep only what is essential). I'm not condescending, critical or judgemental, in other words, I think everyone should be entitled to their opinion. In unfortunate situations I always try to find balance, and maintain an optimistic perspective. (These are behavioral traits I'd share in common with my ideal girlfriend).
I don't go to church, I consider myself as spiritual but not religious.
I believe in energy, self healing, synchronicity, fate, karma, rebirth, nirvana, dreams, precognition, and the afterlife. In addition I always thought Petroglyphs were interesting.
I drive but have anxiety when traveling, so it'd be ideal for me to date a girl who lives within a 5 miles from where I live preferably who's also a Vegan or interested in giving it a try.
If you've thought about becoming a Vegan but just haven't found the opportunity I can help you get started.
I have 6 years experience as a Vegan and could give a lot of useful advice about supplementation and why it's important. (Omega's 3,6,&9 EFA's... Iron, B12, Calcium, D2 vitamins and which fruits and vegetables have naturally high concentrations of these nutrients.
e.g(Bell Peppers contain Iron, leafy greens have folate/folic acid, Kale has calcium, Chocolate has magnesium, the darker purple fruits are the more antioxidants they will have, like: Acai, Pomegranate). Plant sources that are complete sources of protein i.e.they have a complete amino-acid profile for repairing muscle during after workouts (some these are:Goji berries, Quinoa, Hemp, Soy [etc...]). What's wrong with GMO's, MSG, artificial sweeteners, and how to avoid them safely. There's more information that I can provide about why supplementation is important either directly from plant source or from the vitamin department at a health store when being a Vegan, but I'll save that for later discussion so we have more to talk about.
If you have food allergies or prefer homemade/less-processed meals, I have some experience with ingredient substitution when cooking & baking. I've learned some skills when I was eating Gluten-free in addition to a being a Vegan for 8 months. However, I may be out of practice for reasons that I personally choose to live in convenience with the semi-processed food path.