I recently graduated from university for a second time. I think two bachelor's degrees is more than enough at the moment. Currently working from home as a freelance translator.
I'm fluent in English, French and Spanish. Additionally, I'm adding Japanese to the mix because... why not?
For what it's worth I'm an INFP.
I'm also writing a stand-up comedy bit that I postpone acting up way too often.
Additionally, as a way to do some volunteering (and to have fun), I'm currently doing English to Spanish translations for the non-profit news organization Global Voices.
Swing and rockabilly jive dancing... I don't know if I'm good, but I practice often.
Retro video-games: I'm always playing old games in my cell phone while in the metro, like Mario Kart and Tetris.
Video games: I'm into the new Mario Kart, Animal crossing and Pokémon. Additionally, 999 and Zero's Last Reward are awesome.
Movies: I like quirky movies such as those from Wes Anderson's (especially Fantastic Mr. Fox) and Satoshi Kon (Millenium Actress). Lately I've been on an pre-80's movie streak.
Music: Mostly chill or 80's music. Lately I'm into the Future Funk and 70's & 80's Japanese artists.
Food: Everything that I make myself (well, almost everything)
TV: Archer, Gravity Falls, Avatar, Bob's Burgers, Steven Universe. Also anime, but it has to have a unique and interesting enough premise, like Mushishi (蟲師), which is the best anime ever and super chill too (just things that happen).
-dancing (getting better every week)
-video games (mostly to learn Japanese)
-books (reading is cool)
-art (in all its forms... except pottery, not a fan)
-gym (picking up heavy stuff and putting it down again is relaxing)
want to try out swing/jive dancing;
think that books are awesome;
want to know the secret to managing curly hair;
are still waiting for your letter from Hogwarts;
are looking for someone to spot you at the gym;
think that cooking while singing 80's hits sounds like your idea of a good time.