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seek knowledge about people, places, cultures, economic systems. embark on adventures and then write / laugh about it.
I am San Francisco transplant from Austin, TX, where I was born and raised. Most of the time, you can find me in Hayes Valley (where I live), the Mission, or the Castro. My favorite things to do in San Francisco are hanging out at the beautiful parks with friends, trying new foods, and discovering new things about the city.
I am a wanderluster with an unquenchable thirst for ridiculous adventures, economic theories, and unusual foods. You can usually find me doing yoga, attempting to play the guitar, writing in the sunshine, machinating over caffeine, or prowling the internets.
I am working on a startup called Vayable.com, which tries to make the world a bit smaller and friendlier by connecting explorers with people that have passions, interests, and knowledge to share. We want people to be able to make some money doing the things they love and sharing them with others. After all, I was never really a fan of having a real job myself. ;)
Follow your heart, feed your addictions, do stuff, learn new things, open up, explore with others, shake your rump.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I'm new to Couchsurfing, but I would be interested in hosting people in San Francisco and hanging out with people while traveling.
I've never done it!
Travel, economics, stories, art, food, clean energy, interesting individuals, caffeine-fueled reconnaissance, and strategic machination
Music, Movies, and Books
Music: indie pop, synth pop, twee pop, indie folk, new rave, post rock, classical, and new age
Movies: foreign films, documentaries, comedies
Books: non-fiction books about psychology and economics. Favorite fictional books are Norwegian Wood by Murakami and The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Kundera.
Teach, Learn, Share
Managing and building communities, designing things for humans, telling stories that move people.
Countries I’ve Visited
China, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, Spain
Countries I’ve Lived In