Currently, I would say that laughter, lightheartedness, fitness and creativity are motifs in my life. Fitness just makes me feel invigorated and while I am not looking for a gym-nut in a partner, I do want a partner who is up for something at least moderately physically active (ie-hiking, bouldering, kayaking). I want to do more than sit around, party and drink (don't get me wrong; I do love strong liquor and Netflix). I think creativity offers the potential for something new and exciting on a daily basis even if in a subtle fashion. Lightheartedness allows for a particular level of acceptance and (I think) helps you understand your context. Humor is important as it gives you a way to step back. So I approach life as lightheartedly as appropriate. That having been said, when there's shit to hash out, I'm there, because at the core, I'm actually a pretty serious person.
I: work with wood, look at the stars and learn about the cosmos, watch Netflix, drink Laphroaig, drink tea, sketch, sculpt with clay, adventure around to places like Fort Tilden, play Smash Brothers, kayak, boulder aka rock climbing on short walls without a harness, walk, drive around the Northeast, research fitness, listen to live jazz, eat at new restaurants, make exciting new dishes (noteworthy: chocolate covered bacon wrapped like roses with candied kale stems, spicy lime grilled lobster, Cadbury egg ice cream, red currant cardamon legitimately-tasty protein pancakes poured over turkey bacon, seared scallops, espresso yogurt stuffed into a chocolate panda bear mold, lightly fried turkey legs, apple cider donuts with a maple sugar glaze, homemade spicy ketchup... I'm definitely leaning towards leaner foods these days, so protein pancakes > cadbury ice cream or lobster > donuts, but I love cooking even if I only do it a couple times a week).
I will never bike in the city.