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  • 30, Female
  • Member since 2012
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  • Bachelor's Degree, Ithaca College
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About Me


I want to be endlessly inspired by the world and its people, and provide inspiration.


Generally, I am a chill chic who loves learning and experiencing new things, and meeting interesting people.

Most important specifics I can think of:

Music is my favorite thing in the world. I love seeing music, playing music, talking about music, learning about music.

Dancing is my favorite thing to do in the world. I have taken belly dancing classes, salsa classes, modern dance. I love to go to shows and festivals and raves and dance all night.

I am also a HUGE foodie. I love to cook, to learn about and experience local cuisines, and wine and dine. I love how food brings people together, and I love getting to know people over dinner, coffee, drinks, etc.

I got an interdisciplinary bachelor's degree in Culture and Communication, which is blend of everything I love- media and communication, history, sociology, anthropology.

I don't love politics at all, but I am highly political and am very interested in human rights issues. I would love to meet up with activist communities in my travels as much as I'd love to rave and eat awesome food.


"When I look around I think this, this is good enough
and I try to laugh at whatever life brings
cuz when I look down I just miss all the good stuff
and when I look up I just trip over things..."

Life- recognizing
Love- sharing

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


I am new to couchsurfing, but I am really excited to start meeting people from around the world. Right now I am on a three month long travel vacation in Europe and would love to meet locals and internationals travelers everywhere I go. I love showing people around places I know and meeting travelers, so when I get back to the US I would love to host too.


Just joined recently but am traveling for three months so hopefully will have many amazing experiences soon!


Meeting interesting people, music, dancing, raves, photography, poetry, politics, human rights activism, cuddling, random adventuring, cooking, experiencing local cuisine, learning about cultures and history, intelligent conversation, art, beer and wine, film, festivals.

  • arts
  • culture
  • poetry
  • photography
  • beauty
  • festivals
  • dancing
  • belly dancing
  • human rights
  • dining
  • cooking
  • wine
  • beer
  • coffee
  • drinking
  • raves
  • politics
  • traveling
  • socializing
  • music
  • electronic music
  • guitar
  • anthropology
  • communications
  • history
  • sociology

Music, Movies, and Books

Electronic music (dubstep, glitch, moombahton, trap, drum and bass, electro house, progressive house, etc etc) hip hop and trip hop, funk and soul, folk, indietronica, afrobeat, latin music (Bachata, salsa, cumbia), world music, and on and on. A few of favorites: Ani Difranco, Bjork, Sigur Ros, Pretty Lights, Skream, Coco Rosie, MartyParty, PANTyRAid, Cut Copy

Film: Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Amelie, anything by Quentin Tarantino

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

I went to Israel and the Palestinian territories for a human rights delegation and met with amazing activists.

Electric Forest: Rave in the woods. 'nuff said.

Teach, Learn, Share

I am such a jack of all trades, so I can teach you a tiny bit of many things. A few moves of belly dancing/salsa? Crude explanation of Ableton and music theory? Basic phrases in Arabic, Spanish, Italian? A little guitar? :) Genres of electronic music?

The only thing I could teach you a lot about is the history of the Israel/Palestine...I independently studied this in college and know quite a bit about it. It is topic not many people like to talk about b/c it is so controversial but if you are interested I will talk to you for hours about it!

Countries I’ve Visited

Israel, Italy, United States

Countries I’ve Lived In

United States

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