I would describe myself as stable in my career and goal-oriented. I enjoy living life to it's fullest. I laugh often and am very optimistic.
I am originally from the east coast, but lived in Seattle for 6 years before moving to San Francisco. I stay close with my friends and family even though I have moved around a bit. I make a point of being there for my friends and loved ones.
In my free time, I spend much of time exploring San Francisco, working out (usually running or at the gym daily), reading a book, grabbing a drink or spending time with my friends. I enjoy keeping busy, but still like to pause and enjoy the moments that matter.
Professionally, I am advancing in my career. During the work week, I try to be routine oriented to accomplish all the work goals I have and ensure work doesn’t get in the way of my personal pursuits. My job is fun and usually keeps me on my toes.
I enjoy reading a good spy novel; Vince Flynn, David Baldacci, Brad Thor, Robert Ludlum. Recently I have taken an interest in reading about running. I recently finished Once a Runner and loved it. I seem to always be starting books and reading 2/3s of the book then finding a new book to start reading.
Movies: I know this is cliché, but I enjoy action flicks: The Rock, Last of the Mohicans, Braveheart (although not a fan of Mel Gibson on a personal level) and, The Gladiator. I also have a few other films that I tend to enjoy watching over and over again, like Old School, the Rocky Series, Good Will Hunting, Field of Dreams and the Die Hard trilogy. Who doesn’t like John McClane and Hans Gruber.
Music: I enjoy all music. I like a good mix of music to make road trip or exercise soundtrack. I enjoy 80-90's rock- the usuals – pearl jam, Tom Petty, Stone Temple Pilots Aerosmith, Journey,. Also, I usually include a song from carbon leaf, mgmt, lanyard skynyrd, matisyahu, Tupac, or oasis on any soundtrack I am mixing.
Food: preferably cooked and still warm. Breakfast foods are a plus and anything spicy- buffalo sauce is a bonus.
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