I love planning trips and organizing new activities with friends. Yet some of my favorite journeys are those that involved a bike, a back rack, and no plan... which is one of the many ways I express the importance of keeping expectations low as a means of finding joy in life.
I am a pseudo-intellectual (i.e. I’m curious about the world but lazy in follow though research and have a terrible memory). So I love to be around informed people to learn about how the world works - scientifically, spiritually, and politically.
I’m very fortunate to have a meaningful career and work-life-balance, and I don’t take it for granted.
I came from a Jewish community; I became an atheist; and I accept wisdom from many sources… but I don’t accept it blindly.
I was the yuppie in my West Coast days, and now I'm the hippie in the East Coast. I've come to terms with my bi-coastal personality, and tend to identify as a high-functioning hippie. I live in a wonderful community of friends who frequently have potlucks teaming with policy wonks and non-profiteers who want to make the world a better place, and want to be strategic about it. You should join!
About your rhombus:
• Committed to making the world a better place in whatever small or big way that inspires you;
• Kind and witty;
• Socially competent geek;
• Curious yet unpretentious.