Born and lived about 10 years in England, 11 in Canada, 1 in Spain and 12 in NYC. I came here for a finance job and to say I hated it is an understatement. I became a bartender only to find my way into entrepreneurship when I was 23. Started a business and never looked back.
Moved out to Williamsburg in 2011 but am in the city every day. So glad I did. I found the best of both worlds and I have a real kitchen to cook and host dinners in and can see the sun and moon so clearly each day. The private rooftop looking at the city doesn't hurt either, neither do the leisurely boat rides every morning to Manhattan.
I stay active with morning workouts and some form of yoga every week whether it be bikram, moksha or whatever style I feel like exploring. You probably have some healthy habits too that balance out the unhealthy ones.
Shit it's 12:30am on a Saturday night and I'm still here. wtf?!
Languages (speak 4)
Traveling (lost count of countries I've been to, probably in the 20s)
Dancing (if we don't have any rhythm together it's gonna be tough)
Adapting to change (it's a beautiful thing)
Massages (ask and you shall receive)
Pool (I'm a good teacher too)
Going with the flow (I don't sweat things too much)
My favorite movie is Inception. One of the few movies that has blown me away with its originality. I try to watch foreign movies though in Spanish or French to keep my language skills up and remember that movies can actually be of substance outside hollywood crap.
The thought of my niece and nephew potentially growing up in a world where resources will be running low because our generation didn't get its act together is frightening. I'm very goal oriented so I think a lot about all the things I want to do in life, legacy, and what I'm doing each day to achieve them, or what I'm not doing! Already checked off about 15 of my 50 things to do before I die but lots more to do! And some I can't do alone! Don't want to either. That's just no fun. Some are so big I don't even know how I'll get there.
knows how to touch my soul.
Oh and one of my pet peeves is people who always type in all lower
caps or add a thousand question or exclamation marks to their
sentences. If you write like that don't write me. Does your
question become more of a question with extra ??????????? In texts
it's one thing to write lowercase but on a keyboard? Shift people.
Press SHIFT! It's not that hard to not butcher the English language
and to learn to use the tools of modern day.
You are someone easy going, open minded, honest, creative, compassionate, fun, and who shares common interests and values.
You like to dream too and take the small steps to make big things happen.
If you have close family in or around NY or Toronto that is a big plus. European? Latin? Some foreign culture in ya? +++