- Looking for a host in Vienna/Austrian Alps from the 21st of August. We'll be in the city from the 18th, and already have a place from the 28th. Are you coming to the non-monogamies convention too? :)
- Around October we want to do parts of Camino de Santiago in Spain.
- London is the next concrete plan, since a friend invited us for New Year's.
Our travels will go on until we grow tired of nomad life and\or find a place\people to call home again.
The Blog is up! https://20toes.blog/
There you may follow our adventures (and possibly join some part of them), and/or find us on instagram: twenty_toes.
Sooooooo, what am I looking for specifically? People who enjoy *sharing* experiences. As opposed to people who don't give a fuck if you're enjoying yourself and won't bother to communicate what they want and listen to what you want. Mutual respect, mutual care, even if we only get a short time together.
For years I thought I'd be an artist of some sort. Took me a while, trials and errors, to let go of that idea.
So I worked as a waitress for several years when I moved to Tel Aviv at 19, did an art course, taught myself Photoshop, Illustrator and photography. Went to a sewing course (though I got my home sewing machine many years later). Cleaned some houses, and did some nude modelling for photographers. I earned a few shekels doing portrait photography, I wrote a blog (or two) and created content for startups for a while. I've arranged several events for the Israeli non-monogamous community, (most not for profit). And I also consulted non-monogamous couples and became the first Israeli professional cuddler. Then I became a cook for several months before we decided to leave Israel.
My partner and I love cuddling and watch many movies and series together, but there's always room for other people in our lives (with which we might watch different things on different times...). We're into inline skating, we love cooking and occasionally have friends over. When the season's right we arrange cuddling\pajama parties (with a living-room sized blanket fort ^_^ ), and game nights ( board games <3 ). We read scifi and fantasy, and try to find time for computer games as well (sometimes we may play together - we're a good team).
Our way of doing non-monogamy:
We're doing some form of polyamory, in which we're both able (if we're in the mood), to do whatever we want as long as we keep it safe. It can be a sexual relationship with someone else, or a romantic one (or both), and it's all good. We're not looking for any fancy triangles or threesomes (we're both pretty much straight), but we're open for experimentation and play.
Nuff said ;)
And writing a blog:
Being aware of what that is, and sometimes more importantly, what that isn't.
Organizing things in lists, charts and color codes. <3
Ignoring the lists and just being spontaneous. :)
Books: Scifi & fantasy.
Movies \ TV Shows: Yes. A lot.
Music: Indie & electronic (ahhh. & progressive & soundtracks & metal & more...).
Games: Adventure & RPG (& strategy).
Food: Everything! But mostly fresh, light, with plenty of vegetables.
- Finding joy in all those tiny, beautiful moments and things that the world keeps offering.
- Creating. Food, art, happiness for others and myself.
- The never ending pursuit of new ideas, new stories, new experiences.
- Physical activity.
How to escape this condition.
Where are my people?
You want to host\meet us in Budapest *this week* (10-16 of August 2017).
You want to travel with us in Spain around October.
You want to host\meet us in the UK during this winter.
Keep in mind: 99% of the people here start a conversation with some form of "hi" or "how are you?" or some empty, meaningless compliment. I don't even bother looking in those people's profiles.