I am a lot more complex than my profile. I really believe that becoming friends with complexity and uncertainty and also learning to truly live from a place of sincere love are the most important skills for a human being.
I'm into health, fitness, sustainable living, and *really* into good food. I run at least five miles every morning, do crossfit three times each week, and hike a ton, so being in my body and active is really important to me.
My life is built around a deep belief that it is far more powerful to create something you love than to say no to things we don't want. I am naturally curious about the world, and I tend to make life decisions from that curiosity.
I am intellectually fierce and deeply committed to living a truly meaningful life. In my relationships, depth is never optional.
I've been self-employed since I was fifteen and been starting nifty projects and companies since then. Much of my professional work these days is focused on sustainability and outdoor education.
Currently thinking about building a tiny house.
I tend to spend a lot of time each day assimilating a great number of different news sources, often in several languages. I make it a point to have a strong understanding of current events.
Good food tends to get my attention. Latest addiction is Que Se Raw Se Raw raw cheesecake and other deserts. Yum.
I tend to live very simply and intentionally own as little stuff as possible. The consumer materialistic culture thing isn't appealing to me.
I answered most questions on here a long time ago, so if anything sticks out for you, I encourage you to ask rather than assume that it's my current viewpoint.
In a relationship, fundamental honesty means everything to me.
I desire and need depth, openness and intensity in my relationships. I tend to appreciate people who are at least as ambitious and driven, if not more so, than myself. Most importantly I am looking for someone who is kind.