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To explore the world completely, no stone left unturned. To live the life of 100 women
I have a love for sports, music and the outdoors (not necessarily in that order) and nothing gives me more pleasure than making new connections and laughing hard enough to bring tears to my eyes and to make my chest sore. I don't take life too seriously. College football is my favorite part about the fall. I snowboard, golf, play basketball, and love to travel.
Live life to the fullest, as soon as you have more bad days than good, change what you're doing. Talk to strangers and share stories. Create your own destiny. "Chance favors the prepared minds"
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I am open to hosting others if they want to see PDX, I would love to meet new people and travel inexpensively.
I've never done couch surfing before but have heard about it throughout the years and have been intrigued.
All sports, hiking, biking, bar method, yoga, running, I LOVE to Zip line, horseback riding is something I'd like to do more of.
- outdoor activities
Music, Movies, and Books
Some of my favorite movies are the new Batman series, Inception, Shawshank Redemption, Brides Maids, Wedding Crashers, City of God, The Usual Suspects. Music i love is 90's rap, funk and blues. No favorite books but Pillars of the Earth was amazing and so was Steve Berry's the Templar Legacy.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I sang at Carnegie Hall in a choir which was absolutely riveting especially since my voice isn't that great :)
I saw the most intense sunset in Santorini. The sky was blazing purple and the sun was burning orange across the Mediterranean Sea.
Teach, Learn, Share
If you must invest in the stock market, I would choose an index fund strategy and stick with it. Investors are emotional and that's what holds us back from doing well. Buy and hold in the global index and see where you end up in 15 years. If you happen to have cash to spare in a recession or bear market, invest more. Mutual funds for the most part are useless.