I'm fiercely independent, but still value friendship and companionship above all else. I'd love to find someone who feels similarly -- who doesn't need to be needed, but very much wants an enthusiastic co-conspirator for good conversation, laughter, home-cooked meals, and adventuring near and far.
I'm Midwestern to the core. Also an ambivert (ENFP/INFP depending on the day).
I just started a new job managing marketing and special projects for the internal food program at a big tech company with strong values around sustainability. On my first day, I nearly cried when I found out there was an employee-maintained community garden on the roof.
Spending a lot of time exploring my new East Bay surroundings, hiking with friends, and eating all the delicious food.
- cooking tasty things
- connecting people
- parallel parking
- killing houseplants
I'm really not very good at:
- sleeping in (although I try valiantly)
- budgeting at the grocery store
- hand-eye coordination
- remaining zen when it comes to Donald Trump
Current shows: Mr. Robot, The Night Of, and Thirteen (apparently my favorite genre is dark, twisty psychological drama). I'm also mildly obsessed with Samantha Bee, and I can't get enough of Viceland (all of it).
Current listening: Lake Street Dive, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Lord Huron, President Obama's summer Spotlify playlists (they're really good!), NPR Politics Podcast, Dear Sugar Radio
Current eats: After cooking very little the past couple months while my arm was in a cast (broken wrist, surgery, blah), I'm trying to get back into the habit of cooking healthy meals for myself. It's especially fun now that everything awesome is in season. I'm also on a quest for the perfect chocolate chip cookie recipe. Any suggestions?
A sharp chef's knife
My friend family
You might come off cocky, but ultimately approach the world and other people from a place of humility..
You consider yourself a feminist, and aren't afraid to say so. Hot.
You use the right half of your brain frequently.
You agree that the truth is always sexier.
You take risks (calculated ones).
You want to explore a new neighborhood, try a hole-in-the-wall ethnic restaurant or get drinks at a swanky hotel bar, go to a talk on a subject we know nothing about or leave the city and get outside.