39 Ledgewood, NJ
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My self-summary
What I’m doing with my life
Distancing myself from corporate America as much as is possible in new jersey. Boycotting Walmart & nestle, eating organic, buying fair trade etc.

Trying to be a role model and guide for my son.

Living yoga, on and off the mat.

Running marathons.

Learning Hindi.

And this year I plan to grow food.
I’m really good at
being modest
The first things people usually notice about me
My irish accent. Or My eyes. Apparantly they are very blue. I personally don't see what the big deal is, but there you go.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I look back fondly at the times I was lost in Narnia. I try to remember the valuable lessons I learned at Hogwarts. I miss hitch-hiking across the galaxy. And I am currently stuck in the seven kingdoms of Westeros waiting for the next update, and which of my favorite characters I'll be mourning next!

I love the Young Adults section in the library. If having an imagination makes me immature, then I am fine with that.

I am starting to read a lot of non-fiction now, particularly history. I enjoy reading about various religions and mythology. I'm also reading yoga and vegan philosophy.

My favorite movie is Forrest Gump. The glorification of simplicity. I'm not saying we shouldn't be ambitious or strive for greatness, but we do in general over complicate things.

I used to avoid watching TV, but there are a lot of clever shows on these days. I enjoy Doctor Who (but I'm a couple of seasons behind), Walking Dead, Game of Thrones (especially now that it's caught up with the books!) and Gotham.

Wwe is my guilty pleasure. When done right wrestling is a very fine performance art, a more physical ballet of sorts. Unfortunately it's not done right very often these days.

My taste in music is all over the place. You'll have to ask me about that later.
The six things I could never do without
Running shoes.
Yoga mat.
Board games.
Coffee shops (fair trade)

And yes I'm avoiding the obvious ones.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Why we get so caught up in the trivial things.
On a typical Friday night I am
Preparing for an early morning run. Playing a board game with my kid.
You should message me if
Let's do something.

Let's hit the gym, go for a run, play a board game, plan a hike, peruse a bookstore.