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Current day-to-day life: Working full-time and day-dreaming of foreign lands.
Current mission: See the world and fall deeper in love with this beautiful things we call life.
Current mood: In need of an adventure.
Next up: New England road trip up to Acadia National Park in October. Solo trip to Morocco and Portugal in November.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I love meeting new people and making new friends. I've never been a huge fan of hotels, so I prefer to sleep in my Jeep or crash with friends when I'm on the road, and while saving money is a huge plus, I find that building relationships is the best benefit.
Lover of: coffee, hikes and far-a-away places.
Dislikes: fast food, settling and lack of passion.
A girl of many random trades. Walking oxymoron. My life is constantly a three-way tie. One of these days, I'm packing my life into a backpack and never coming back.
- mountain biking
- mountain climbing
- family time
- winery days
Music, Movies, and Books
Movies: Not a huge fan of movies (I know, I know). But when I do watch them, I prefer cheesy romance flicks, action/war films and class Disney movies.
Music: I will listen to absolutely any type of music - even better if it's live!
Driving Hungry: A Memoir by Layne Mosler
Anything by Sarah Dessen or Jodi Picoult
Currently reading (again): The Power of Now by Elliot Tolle
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Solo-backpacked Europe after college, white water rafted in Costa Rica, Bungee jumped into a Cloud in Monteverde, talked my mom into sleeping in the car on one of our weekend adventures...
Teach, Learn, Share
I'm always up for learning new things - we can never have enough knowledge and tools under our belts!
What I Can Share with Hosts
Stories, laughter and a special sense of humor.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, Canada, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In