I would say the best word that describes my view of life is ambivalence. I'm generally of two minds about everything.
I'm an extremely loyal friend and try on a daily basis to leave the day a little bit better than I entered it. I'm here looking for friends first, and if that goes somewhere, then it was mean to be.
I was born, raised and educated in Davis, CA. I am a Davisite to the core. I like San Francisco to a degree, but I'm certainly not in love with it. I'd like to see more of it. I'm really of the mind that "wherever you go, there you are" -- happiness comes from within.
I'm driven when I need to be, but would rather, when possible, find the most "efficient" way to get a task done; I treat work as a necessity, not an achievement (not that it makes any difference as I still seem to work a lot). I enjoy simply 'being' and don't need a constant supply of entertainment to be happy, but that in no way means I won't try something at least once. My Meyers-Briggs is INTP (but if im comfortable with you, I'm more of an ENTP)
Ohh Yeah, and the totally obvious stuff that EVERYONE likes: Eating, traveling, learning, *trying*new*things (seriously, like this even needs to be stated)
Super quick reflexes. I'm good at catching things I've dropped before they hit the ground.
Heady Electronic Music: Bluetech. BT. Glitch Mob. Lackluster. Little People.
I've also become addicted to yoga and try to go five days a week. I know one day I will be able to fly.
How to be a better editor.
Becoming one with the universe and instantly dematerializing. I always wonder if there is a very particular sequence of events that is the key to everything and that if that sequence happend, the universe would cease to exist.