I'm incredibly laid back, very independent, creative, caring,
philosophical and open-minded. My faults are probably that I can be
fickle and get bored easily, and as a deep thinker I can sometimes
be judgmental of conflicting values. I'm passionate about
international affairs and contributing through charitable work.
Love my mind to be kept busy, whether that be through reading or
listening to something new, planning a new adventure, enjoying some
art, or taking up a new project. Whilst I can be an introvert
person, I am not shy and really like being sociable so I keep up as
many friendships as I can & keep a busy diary!
What I’m doing with my life
Enjoying Bristol, Bath and London life.
Working a challenging but rewarding job coordinating youth
engagement programmes across the UK.
Running an NGO in Malawi.
Looking for a place to live in Bristol.
Seeing more of the UK and planning exciting trips.
I’m really good at
Playing the social butterfly, laughing, arty things (debatable)
forgetting names yet remembering obscure details, organising a
night out, listening to people, instigating fun, staying up late,
remaining calm, rambling and ranting.
The first things people usually notice about me
If we're being honest probably goes something like this: boobs -
eyes - hair - philosophical temperament - humour.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books-wise; To Kill a Mockingbird, The Secret Life of Bees, What is
the What, anything by Roald Dahl, Life of Pi, Alice in Wonderland,
Harry Potter, Birdsong, Pride and Predjudice, Shantaram, philosophy
classics...currently reading A town like Alice. Movies; I love a
brilliant horror or thriller, watching old classics, or enjoying a
comedy or romcom depending on my mood! Less enthusiastic about
sci-fi, alien movies, or pure action (though I make some
exceptions). I have the most eclectic taste in music so the list
would be endless - best to ask me! Similar with food - I'll try
anything, enjoy spice, used to be vegetarian, big fan of Asian and
Italian. Big tea drinker.
The six things I could never do without
Family & friends. Music. Cultural experiences. Books. The Sun
(fiery mass not tabloid). Good food.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
things which have troubled the human mind since the beginning of
On a typical Friday night I am
Out dancing and catching up with friends or about to start on a
movie marathon with popcorn/chocolate in hand.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
"Dorothy please, a lady never admits her feet hurt" (Gentlemen
You should message me if
You're looking to share yourself with someone and get to know them
properly...no more time wasters!