Though while nature and wildlife are my passion, I don't spend every single second outside. There has to be balance. Yes that may be a quote from my yoga teacher (along with 'If it doesn't challenge you it doesn't change you), but I feel like it fits with life in general, as well as arm balances.
What is your passion? Or something you could talk about for hours?
I am from upstate New York and have lived and worked around the country for various stages of school and different jobs. Experiencing different people from different areas has helped to shape my character and I love visiting my friends all over the country/world.
I have been slowly adopting the Minnesota sports teams over the 5 years I have been here. Something about my boss being a Packer fan just simply drove me to cheer for the Vikings.
As for my personality, I am friendly and often outgoing. I enjoy talking to new people and learning about them and their passions. I am always curious about new things and learning doesn't always have to occur in a classroom.
I workout and lift a few times a week, do yoga a few times a week as well, and fence (with swords!) three times as week too. So I stay active, and love going out for walks and runs around the parks/lakes when it is nice out.
I recently bought a house so I am apparently hitting this being a real adult thing hard. House, car, pet, great job, weird hobbies, weirder friends, and a bunch of tools.
I am also pretty handy too. I built my pet birds (large) cage with my dad and have completed a bunch of projects around the house.
I can (probably) identify whatever little colorful bird is at your bird feeder.
I am slowly developing my artsy/creative side as well through photography. Both nature as well as portraits and some humorous side projects with my friends.
Music is hard to pinpoint what I like. I like bands from a variety of different genres. Dave Matthews to Guster to Dropkick Murphys to Disturbed to Kanye West to Maclemore to Rocket Club. Big variety but it also depends what I am doing while listening to the music. Rap and metal are good for working out.
A new recipe or idea to try out
A good cast-iron frying pan
A nice set of knives (for cooking!).
Why I keep losing to 14 year olds when I am fencing (one of my weird hobbies that helped me make even weirder friends). Though that is usually because they have been fencing for half their lives.
What words to teach my pet bird next. So far she is up to about 8 different things. None of which are swear words. Have to keep her classy!
Or if it sounds like trying to search out a snowy owl this winter sounds like fun!