I'm living a Healthy and Positive Lifestyle. I am at ease talking with new people and sometimes uncomfortable talking with my closest friends . . . in the shower.
Monster's Inc was on to something: Laughter is healing, positive energy, and one of the best parts of life. An extraordinary author Timothy Ferris wrote: "Happiness is defined as that which excites me". Well said, living for adventure and being passionate about my work so much that it can be mixed in with my travel and life is what I dig the most. A royal with cheese? You'd dig it the most.
Would like to meet interesting people who'd be down to travel, camp, hit the mountains any season for a hike and ski/boarding, seek scenic views, take spontaneous road trips. Loving and living life with a many laughs and good times wherever we are is what I'm all about, isn't everyone?
If opposites attracted, I'd be perfect for someone isolates for long periods of time, (hates comedy, film, travel, and music), and is super critical and on every level a negative person.
In the last 2 years, I've made many positive lifestyle changes, Primarily, Health, Nutrition, and Fitness. It's the way to go, a life worth living says it all. I haven't had soda since January, and 3 months for fast food. I still drink and love coffee; It's my last vice, actually had a coffee hang over the other day, can do without those. On the subject of Food and Health, I am self-employed in personal training and loving it. I heard it put best by another entrepreneur "True success and fulfillment in life begins when passion surpasses fear of failure."
I'm ecstatic to eat a Paleo Lifestyle and get leaner and stronger in a Cross Fit fashion! I never thought I'd be able to see definition in my stomach and obliques. Losing a couple hundred pounds changes the game a bit. Looking forward to passing that energy and success on to clients and all who seek it!
I love the energy in a room of new faces and adding to it, meeting many people, and finding progressive, witty, and comedic conversations to start or join.
A favorite trip of mine was in Colorado during ski season. Working at Keystone Resort was an amazing experience! Manning the ski shop on top of the mountain, then closing up and boarding down made for the perfect day. Also, meeting and working with people from all over the world was very interesting. I admired how much Australians and Brazilians travel, they partied like no other too, I was 20 so it was impressive at the time.