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To expand my horizons through experiencing various cultures via traveling or welcoming them into my home.
I'm am me. That's really the best way I can explain myself in a nutshell. I'm a kid at heart, and I hope to cater to that side for as long as I'm fortunate to draw breath on the earth. I find my most peaceful moments are when I'm exposed or witnessing the natural beauty that is found all around us, be it in a small stream or a magnificent mountain range, nature is my serenity. Through being outdoors I find my inspirations in life.
Being a musician I am fortunate enough to get to travel around to various regions and see parts of this great country that I otherwise would never have been able to experience. Being from an extremely small town, I find that rural areas hold a special place close to my heart. The more closely connected to the surroundings and local grassroots the more intrigued I am. I have toured the east coast of the U.S. once, and nursed a growing passion to travel since. I can only hope that through my love of music and performance I might be able to expand my experiences into new regions and countries.
I am somewhat of a health fiend. As far as we know up to this point we only have one body, so why not take care of it the best of our ability. This rings true for the mind just as much as the body.
You only have one life, so make the most of it. Don't dwell on that which you cannot change. Life is far too short to go through it unhappy, and that responsibility rests solely on your shoulders. Adopt love as a daily regime, be it by that of a significant other, or simply the things that occupy your day. Enjoy your own company. There's only one you, and if you can't stand being alone by yourself then chances are other's won't as well.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Inviting strangers and fellow travelers from various cultures into my home, and share with them the side of true rural Appalachian culture that I was fortunate to grow up with.
Music of various origins and genres, Buddism, Piano, Guitar, performing, writing, reading, hiking, swimming, cooking, and etc.
- performing arts
- outdoor activities
Music, Movies, and Books
As far as books go I a big fan of philosophy, and I've always been a sucker for a well written story, regardless if it's fiction or not.
- Meditations by Marcus Aurelius
- War of Art by Steven Pressfield
- The Godfather by Mario Puzo
- Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk