Organic food, fewer chemicals, not much refined sugar at all, no fast food....
Liberal, progressive beliefs - and it should show in how you live and the decisions you make.
Ok, that is what I'm trying to do and hopefully makes sense to you too :)
Now back to the regular profile stuff. I just wanted to add in that first part because it is more and more clear to me how much those things matter. And that is is really hard to find other people who feel that way.
My first flip response was fairly easy to write. Now I'm investing more effort in this process and it isn't as easy when it matters.
I want to have fun and be happy. That means being pretty active, biking, sports etc. Being happy also means there has to be meaning to how I live. You know, that 'deeper' meaning and all that. The whole 'making the world a better place' thing is important to me. I used to run service related non-profits and the sense of satisfaction from that was pretty big. The holier than thou judgemental folks were pretty annoying lol.
I generally take a philosophical view of things. Thus many of the questions don't have straightforward answers for me.
Generally trying to make things 'better' in kind of a broad sense. I do yoga, try to pick up litter, conserve water, that kind of thing :)
Right now I'm 'searching' more than usual. I miss the mountains and being in the woods but not to uproot by myself and move to the mountains. I'm not a hermit though I did spend a winter in a cabin in the mountains of Maine. Yes, it was cold.
Organizing (not that I do it a lot...), figuring things out and ways to get to things done when they seem impossible.
I'm sort of a jack of all trades and master of none - except sailing. Sailing I'm really good at and I practice all the time. Pretty much anything I spend time on I get good at - playing squash, writing, yoga....
But, day to day I really depend on my:
Phone (of the smart variety)
Oldest Sister (I'm almost sure my other sisters won't see this)