My soul is refreshed each time I stay in a lookout. Not only is being outdoors a refreshing break from work and from city life for me, but the simplicity and clarity of the space--just 12x12 feet--reminds me how one can live basically and still be fulfilled. Far from being feeling claustrophic, the low ceilings encourage me not to look up and be in awe of the structure itself, but instead to look out at the lands surrounding.
I work in user experience. I climb and run a couple times a week. I'm training for the Beat the Blerch marathon.
I've lived in six countries, and I'm learning harmonica.
For five years, I used to rent a room on an urban farm where I raised chickens and vegetables.
I'm an Airbnb host.
I'm a backcountry skier. I took a heli trip last season to a cabin in BC, where I made ice cream out of snow!
Except my iPhone. You can pry it from my cold, dead hands.
2. How to get millions of people to click on things.
3. How delicious fish is.
You like the outdoors. You want to try a hole-in-the-wall ethnic restaurant. You're creative and crafty. You're extremely down-to-earth. You're a reader and you volunteer. You know where your life is going, and you're passionate about what you do.
You're a good conversationalist and can think of a question to ask me.