jesophilem
26 San Francisco, United States
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My self-summary
I'm a playful Third Culture Kid with an insatiable curiosity. I probably say yes more often than I should, but life is short and I just want to experience it all. I am currently on a backpacking trip around the world.

Oceania -> South East Asia -> North America -> Central America -> South America (estoy aqui!) -> Antarctica -> Africa -> Middle East -> not going to Europe
What I’m doing with my life
I was born in Taichung, grew up in Melbourne, and schooled in the Bay Area and in San Diego. I consider San Francisco to be home.

I worked as a health actuary in Seattle for 2 years and quit shortly after I got my credentials. Analysing clients' health data just isn't as fun when there are so many other cooler data sets to look at.

Some highlights in my trip so far include getting attacked by a titan triggerfish, getting attacked by a wild boar, and getting attacked by a ladyboy. Wouldn't that make a great would-you-rather question?

A few hobbies: bouldering, slacklining, parkour, kitesurfing, windsurfing, snowboarding, scuba, and getting lost in the wilderness. I am a practitioner of athletic polytheism. I love movements.
I’m really good at
being a minimalist
The six things I could never do without
New ideas
Interesting events
Freedom
My outdoor gears
Breaking the rules
I spend a lot of time thinking about
how to use my time more efficiently when I only get 24 hours a day, introspection and outrospection, the human experience, the human conditions, and where everything came from. It would be pretty cool if there's a way to set up a parallel universe/ alternative reality and just experiment with it

self improvement
You should message me if
you think I'm cute and want to go on a date with me, or you are curious about me and just want to keep things platonic. I've met some great friends through OKC and the coolest first date I went on was a 4 day hike through a tiny section (75 miles) of the PCT. Sorry, no coffee dates.
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