30 San Diego, United States
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My self-summary
I believe you can learn a lot about a person knowing what her ideal day would include. (Though, I must admit, I squeeze the majority of these activities into nearly every day!)

On a mid-summer, beautiful, hot, sunny day, I would take/teach a boot camp workout and then take a hot, sweaty yoga class with a chilly shower after, eat a 1/4 pound of peanut/almond butter with a fork and fruit for breakfast, roller-skate with my pug Monkey, take a walk with my parents, sisters, and friends, followed by spending the afternoon throwing the football, juggling the soccer ball, playing beach volleyball, swimming, working on a new piece for my blog, reading a great memoir, working a bit on a project for a client, and, of course, giving and getting massages and arm tickles, then I'd shower again and nap and snuggle with my furballs and of course a sexy, intelligent, confident man, and then finish the day off cooking dinner for my family and friends and forcing them all on bikes to explore the city, stopping for a local stand-up comedy show and/or hanging and dancing in a couple random bars. I'd get to sleep by 11pm because everyone knows I crash hard at night. :).

[I will not respond to stock messages, if you have only one photo or only obscure, doesn't-show-your-face photos. I know, but tough shit. I don't enjoy being catfished. Oh, and if you don't smile at least in one of your pictures, I'll assume you don't in real life.]
What I’m doing with my life
I'm building my business and can work from anywhere.

Just moved to San Diego (February), though kept my place in Austin. Let's see what this living-by-the-ocean thing is all about!
I’m really good at
throwing the football (seriously, 99.9% sure I can out throw you), rollerskating (quads, not skates), cooking and eating delicious vegan meals (though I grew up a meat eater so not insulted if you're a carnivore), writing books, taking naps, parallel parking, laughing 'til my abs get sore, making people laugh (typically at me), massaging, taking less time to get showered and ready than men, catching things, like grapes, in my mouth, turning most anything into a sexual joke/innuendo
The first things people usually notice about me
My smile. Then my energy. Then my honesty. Then my ass.

Just kidding.

Actually, not really. I have a nice ass; I like it.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
You should read my books.
The six things I could never do without
1. bike
2. rollerskates (quads, not blades)
3. bikini
4. summer dresses and sweatpants (in warm weather, it's summer dresses; in cold weather, it's sweatpants or spandex. I like being comfortable.)
5. sunshine
6. sauna
7. fresh, healthy foods, in particular hummus, watermelon, grapes, avocados, nut butters
(I wanted to list 7, though 6 is a great number. It was my ice hockey number.)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Random things my dad has said to me that day.
ME: You staying active?
DAD: Active? Yea, I'm staying active--walking from the couch to the fridge.
DAD: I used be a drag queen; now I'm just a drama queen....You know what, I didn't say that because I don't care to see that on Facebook.
DAD: What are you doing tonight?
Me: Headed to a huge house party soon.
DAD: Yeah, don't do anything I wouldn't.
Me: What would you do?
DAD: Maybe drink a beer, laugh a little, look cool...if only I looked how I did in that picture your mother took in my early 30s, when I'd walk in all the women would say, 'Oh he's hot, hot, hot.' Now they'd just say, 'Not, not, not.'
DAD: I'm going to get a pedicure.
Me: I pity the person who has to clean your feet.
DAD: I bring a bottle to collect the toe jam.
Me: What about the dead skin?
DAD: That's a separate bottle...the toe jam has a lot of bacteria, a probotic.
Me: You don't even know how to say it properly. probiotics.
DAD: Yeah, whatever.
Me: I'm not attracted to him. He's overly buff. Like, he has bigger boobs than I do.
DAD: Oh, he's like me. You should like him.
DAD: I had a good workout.... Actually, when I was done on the treadmill, a woman came up to me and asked, "Are you a fitness trainer?" And I said, "No, I'm a fitness wreck."
ME: Okay, goodbye.
DAD: Wait, wait, wait, what's new with you? Anyone, you know.....?
ME: Actually I'm meeting a guy for dinner tonight.
DAD: Oh yea? How'd you meet him?
ME: An online dating app.
DAD: Woah! Hold up. Do you know anything about this guy? He could be a phony. Take a switchblade with you.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I peed the bed 'til I was 10. I know, sexy.
You should message me if
you are an extremely affectionate, athletic, active, handsome, tall, emotionally open, witty man.

I'm not looking for pen pals or hookups. Been dating way too long to not be straightforward.
I like super driven, successful men. They say you look for a man like your father; go figure! Ha