I am a 33 year old self employed, hard working guy, who LOVES life. Honestly, it sounds cheesy but I do...I wake up excited to see how much my little garden has grown overnight.
Everyone looks at me as the youngest/oldest guy they've ever met. Basically I have the responsibility of a 60 year old with the mindset of a 7 year old...trapped in a 33 year old's body. (that made more sense in my head, then written down...)
I live in NYC and am all about good food, great friends, and amazing family...with a HUGE adventure side. I love/ride motorcycles, random camping trips and traveling when possible. I would describe myself as extremely grounded and passionate...but I don't love making plans all the time. I like letting life unfold itself as it's supposed to happen, without the stress and pressure of MAKING it happen!
I live a very un-anxiety (not grammatically correct) filled life...it's too short!
You'll find me at the middle seat of a dive bar or walking around an exotic wood lumber yard searching for my next table making project. I like learning new things...and will watch/read endless amounts of videos/books to learn them. For instance, I just learned how to rip a phone book in half. (bad example) I recently just learned how to start a fire using only a water bottle and a half coconut shell (good example)
I'd also like to say how much I value the importance of living in my own truth. I am honest with myself, therefore I am honest with those around me. We have a tendency (me included) to get wrapped up in the minutia of the day to day nonsense, losing perspective on what life's actually about. We end up creating elaborate stories, personas, and definitions of who we are just to shield ourselves from the judgement of the outside world...and I think that puts a lot of strain on our spirit. Mark Twain once said said, "If you tell the truth, you never have to remember anything." And I like that :)
So if any of this personality resonates with you, write me a message...I am always down to at least say a little hello.
Oh, and if you REALLY want to know what sums up my perspective...then google this: TED talk Gratitude. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXDMoiEkyuQ