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I'm 28 years old, female, and a physiology major in the Bay Area, CA. I have delineated my interest down to cognitive/psychological neuroscience. However, I am mult-faceted and my thoughts multi-dimensional (not Twlight Zone multidimensional, mind you).My interests hit every corner of the spectrum, and I can see relations between each one. I don't behave like "I should". I'm hard to pin down because I can understand a myriad different ways to look at things that might stem from other fields. In other words, I'm a nonlinearized thinker. I'm a free spirit. I am really and truly unconcerned with social convention, yet I am comfortable enough exisitng in any setting. There is a box, and I reside inside, outside, and in-between. My feet are grounded to earth yet I can still fly. I find beauty walking on a path in "the woods" and also in the roaring motor of a Harley.I party as hard as I study. I've gone skydiving, para-sailing, hot-air ballooning (during a sunset), and jetskiing. I'm a split between introvert and extrovert. It's never boring inside my head; my favorite things are books. Currently, I'm reading 11 books. I can dance a whole concert by myself. I'm happy when I have a goal that I can reach independently, and I hate it when someone's breathing down my neck. My biggest fear is forced conformity and failure. My biggest joy is individualistic life. I want to see and experience the world. I'm in love with vision, and the life that allows it.My personal blog is here.
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That was one of the best intros I've ever seen! I'm happy to see you've discovered BookTalk and I hope you find us compelling enough to bookmark and frequent frequently. Did that make sense? You sound like someone that would be a hell of a lot of fun to have as a friend. While I haven't yet skydived it is indeed on my short list of goals. Your Blog looks interesting and well-designed. Welcome to the community.
Hi, Welcome to booktalk. I am myself new to this place and haven't done much except writing a short self introduction.But what tempted me to write was your remark: I'm reading 11 booksEven I have this habit of reading multiple books at a time.(although 11 is too high for me. I generally read 5 to 6). I would certainly like to know more about this from you.