What would you rather have in your toolbox, two Phillips head screwdrivers or one Phillips and one flat? I value a man who has qualities and strengths that are different from my own because that's what makes a dynamic relationship. I'm sure most men would rather be managing a budget than shopping for curtains and vice versa, even though I'm just as capable in calculus/physics as my man would be in the drapery department. It just seems practical and probably less stressful to specialize within our comfort zones, as our ancestors naturally were hunters and gatherers. My ideal mate would probably be into business, science, or technology with an appreciation for the arts while I'd be the artist with an interest in the aforementioned fields.
I'm a fun-loving artistic type looking to partner up with a grounded man who will appreciate a lady that helps him enjoy life in his spare time. I've been an independent contractor in the music business long enough, now I need to find that special someone to entertain! What I miss most about being in a relationship is going to Whole Foods and the following hours of anticipation that lead up to sharing a wonderful home cooked meal together, sipping wine and sharing stories. If my man has a rough day, I'd like to give him a good massage to unwind.
I'm ready for someone to go all in with me, who can appreciate the little things in life, and isn't superficial. I'm not frivolous or high maintenance. Any woman would say they feel more secure with a man who's financially stable, but money doesn't make the man. I am not looking for a man who can buy me the most, I'm looking for the person I value more than anything.
I moved to Miami from Massechusetts when I was 22 for a cultural experience, beautiful weather, and mostly to expand my opportunities with my DJ business. I've enjoyed djing many years but I have no desire to go to nightclubs at this point. I'd much rather work on music in the studio or at home. I have a passion for singing and production, but also looking into studying science, real estate, and entrepreneurship. Who knows, maybe the love of my life will have his own business I could help with. I'm open-minded to the next chapter.
In general, I don't have a problem attracting men but it has been a challenge finding the right person because I don't want to meet someone in a drinking environment, and it can be a little creepy or intimidating when randomly approached. I finally decided to try online dating to see if I meet a real match. If fate tends to bring good fortune to those who know what they want and go for it, then why leave love up to chance? So I'm here, doing some comparison shopping for the right one.