Usually, I really feel excited about everything I can and will do. Occasionally, I get bored of feeling excited all the time, so I get excited about being bored for a change.
I like nature and cities but not suburbs. I love what happens when I travel. I've had conversations that lasted a double-digit number of hours more than once.
I try to surround myself with intense people who aren't afraid to explore the world or the mind. But I envy people who can live a little more freely, and love spending time with them. I don't think there's any inherent conflict between being a logical thinker and an emotional person. I'm rational and have high emotional affect.
I'm very open to new ideas and people who are wrong sometimes say I'm laid-back and nonjudgmental. I believe in good judgement and keen discrimination. Why's that? Basically, I think the ability to judge is what separates humans from like, rocks. When I hear that someone is non-judgemental, I imagine their brain is perpetually full of cheery elevator music. A good quality in an elevator, but not a date.
I'm a girl that doesn't like to play games. Seriously, fuck checkers. Sports, chess, video games... unless it's the Hunger Games, manufactured conflict scenarios get dumped in the idgaf hinterlands of my mental landscape.