Mostly I see the glass as half-full. You too?
I live on that smallish isle west of Seattle, where I appreciate the quiet and the quirkiness. I work virtually so can call many places "my office" -- the car, a cafe in Fremont, a city park. After a career in the non-profit I'm now an entrepreneur; I help women leaders do what they do with integrity. Most definitely my dream job.
I need the urban buzz as much as I need my rural calm so I mix up my time between the two. I was really torn about whether to answer weekend in Paris or weekend camping. Both, please.
INFJ. 4 on the Enneagram (for those who know and/or care). Politically left, but not rabid about it.
For me soul medicine comes in the form of dance or a great yoga class or a good long hike. Sweat is sacred.
My kids (9 and 13) are at the center of my life, and I'm at the center of theirs. This isn't meant to scare anyone away, but I guess it needs to be said. They spend every other weekend with their dad in Seattle.
I'm a year and a half out of a long and challenging marriage, and have done the requisite rebounding (boing boing boing). Now I'm ready to see about relationship. Not needing it to be any certain way -- except monogamous, thanks -- just game for dating with the possibility of something longer term.