I have written a few profiles in my time. None of them end up satisfying me that I'm expressing the right stuff. However, gotta keep trying to hone in on what makes me tick, and hopefully intrigue enough so that you'll share with me what makes you tick.
I want to believe that I can show grit and grace at the same time. Like so many of us I’m sometimes afraid and yet brave in the same moment.
I tend to like women who are strong, yet have the range to also be tender, again sometimes in the same moment. To me we’re more than these false separations.
?There’s so much more about nutrition than just protein, carbs and fat. There’s so much more to you than the brand of handbag you like.
I want to be more of an entrepreneur, take risks, but understand that takes away from wanting to be comfortable. In business, in life, even just in yoga - there’s vulnerability and courage in everything we do.
Sometimes I fail. I get back up and try again. I believe that to be a great recipe for how we could follow for a healthy romantic relationship.
My preference in women is for those who are athletic, dynamic, ambitious, and just plain happy.
I like a little elegance mixed in with the Lulu’s. Perhaps a slow dash of Bishop’s and Hawksworth mixed in with the food-as-fuel the "Go, Go" schedule sometimes dictates.
I’m athletic and competitive, but that doesn’t mean I said, “No” to the chocolate zucchini muffin his morning. There’s a healthy balance to all these human contradictions.
I like mountains, vegetables, Americano’s, films, learning everything, and creativity. I’ve traveled extensively and still get a satisfaction when I bound up the airport tunnel when returning home. I’ve learnt and read enough to know that I’m chockablock full of useless information.
If you can handle sitting down and having long conversations where the dynamics spiral and leap from tangent to tangent then I would look forward to the opportunity.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
If we’re going to end up dating longer term, we’re likely going to fight, so on the first date might as well dress up in Sumo suits and whack each other silly.
Laughter disarms us all.
We should go seek out new restaurants - we live in such a rich culinary city we have an obligation to discover them all.
At worst we should find/build an obstacle course and race for the candy.