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To live life fully and completely in the present. Life is about experience not things.
I'm a 27yr old cancer survivor that turned my illness into a gift. My wellness journey has shown me that life is to be lived fearlessly. To find your joy and keep moving in that direction. I decided to take a year to travel around Australia as I decipher my next steps. I have a profound love for the outdoors spending as much time as I can hiking, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, and snowshoeing in the winters!
Life is about finding your bliss, connecting with others, and healing yourself so you can help to heal the world.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I am a very considerate guest and am able to lend a hand wherever it is needed. I enjoy cooking and gardening.
I am new to couchsurfing but I have been informed from many friends about the wonderful experiences of meeting new people and making new friends.
Anything to do and be in nature. Reading. Meditation. Spirituality. Wellness. Nutritious and delicious food.
- outdoor activities
- scuba diving
Music, Movies, and Books
Movies: anything except horror.
Music: I have a strong love for country, but I enjoy listening to anything from Andre Boccelli to Lady Gaga.
Books: I'm a self-help junkie, so anything to do with personal transformation, spirituality, metaphysics...that is where you will find me in a bookstore.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
If I have to narrow it down to one I would say my white water rafting trip in the Grand Canyon. There are no word to describe how truly awesome I his was.
Teach, Learn, Share
My two greatest gifts are listening and empathy. Most people I meet today are starved for listening ears without the listener being distracted by their phone or their own life. I have a quiet and compassionate presence that provides a safe space for people to share. People who seek my counsel often figure out their life problems on their own, they just needed someone to sit and genuinely listen to them. I know a lot about healing from a physical illness, but one of the most important things I learned from my. Nicer experience is that everyone has their own way to do it. What works for one will not necessarily work for another. I want to learn how to surf and scuba dive.