Serious inquiries only, please.
We all have preferences, and I will state mine. Mid 30s to mid 40s is the ideal age range for me. Also my ideal type is someone responsible and mature enough to put business before pleasure and who comes to the table with more than just a bib, fork and spoon.
I consider myself unconventional and a renaissance soul. If you understand what I mean by that, and can respect a woman who does not compromise on being herself and charting her own path, then we might be on the same wavelength. I am generally introverted, though I like to meet new people, and more importantly, surround myself with the right people. I tend to be straightforward to a fault, and I pride myself on honesty and integrity. I don't pretend to be perfect, though I do strive for excellence.
I am goal oriented and very ambitious. At present, I am in my final semester of, working on a concentration in Post-secondary education (Sociology). I am also entrepreneurial, with a couple of different "irons in the fire".
The subjects and activities I most enjoy are travel, business & finance, philosophy, fitness & nutrition, linguistics & foreign language, history, social justice and of course sociology.
I have been vegetarian since around 1996, and take my health very seriously. I seek balance and prosperity in life. I love to meet and surround myself with like-minded people, and also people who can introduce me to new, positive things in life, expanding my outlook, as I do the same for them. I'm a traveler. I am about my business. I am over wasting time with those who are not about theirs.
I tend to be polite and respectful and answer all my mail, regardless of whether I am interested or not. But from here on out, any correspondence sent this way that is typed in texting language or broken English will be immediately deleted. We are mature, intelligent, and fully literate adults who approach one another with respect and consideration from the start. Aren't we?
I only ask for and expect as much as I bring to the table (or something commensurate to what I have to offer). I've never been the game-playing type, and have always had zero tolerance for game players. I don't pretend or waste others' time. I expect the exact same consideration from others. Anything less is unwarranted drama. Good old fashioned displays of good sense and basic respect go a very long way.