Some things I'm into:
meditation and spiritual development / dance, esp. Cuban Salsa / conscious dance / yoga / books / nature / hiking / camping / riding bikes / social justice / health and healing modalities / somatic therapy / energy work / tantric yoga / education / photography / art & design / travel / anything involving water / DIY projects / free spirits / hugs / good kissers
I was voted Most Prolific Reader in the 4th grade, and it's still one of my favorite activities.
I'm a Cuban Salsa dancer, and really enjoy Afro-Brazilian and many other kinds of dance too! I recently started enjoying the Conscious Dance community too. A big yes to dance, movement and being in our bodies!
I tend to go to farmers markets on the weekends and like to ride my bike around town.
One time I started a cookie business when I lived in Colombia. My friend and I made the PERFECT, taste-tested chocolate chip cookies and sold them in parks where people hung out drinking and smoking weed. We called it Las Munchies (with a Spanish pronunciation), introducing a new word to the Spanglish lexicon.
Trying new things
Finding beauty and humor in difficult situations
Cuban Salsa dancing
Movies: Anything by Pedro Almodovar, When Harry met Sally, Harold and Maude, The NeverEnding Story, Funny Face, Inside Out was amazing. Also, I just saw CitizenFour, the Edward Snowden documentary, and it was really great.
Podcasts/radio: This American Life, The Moth, Democracy Now, and lots of others
Books/Authors: Junot Diaz, Toni Morrison, Jumpha Lahira, engaging non-fiction, Dave Eggers, anything by Atul Gawande
I need to bring some New Yorker back into my life.
Sunday brunch with the NYTimes.
Gardening is fun and calming; I would like to move back to a place that has one again.
I generally avoid crowded bars and clubs, unless it is for dancing. A lounge or cafe is more my style. Or somewhere outside.
You're ultimately interested in a committed relationship that allows for true intimacy and lots of laughter, adventure and deep connection.