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36 Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 18 - 30
There are two things that are most important to me. The first is my work. I run an online business and want to settle down so I can concentrate on growing this. As a result of it being online I've been able to travel a lot and have lived in Asia, Europe and now South America for around two of the last four years. I also like the topics of my work: genealogy, history, demographics; but I'm branching out into new areas to do with international security, research and other areas. I've also learned a lot about people and myself on the way. A few times relating to my career, I have been destroyed, but have learned to rebuild myself better each time. I am currently in South America. I am very different from the people here, but enjoy to be around some aspects of the culture. In my home country girls aren't so interested in a man with my traits, but in South America they like that I am a “detallista”. But I think they like more my “ojos azules”. The other area of my life that is important is exercise. For me it's important to be fit and presentable and it's something I want to work hard on over the next decade. I made my best progress in early 2018, but have had a long injury. It's frustrating, but I've learned to accept that I can't control everything and that when bad things happen I need to accept them; and make the best of what I've got. In my free time my favourite thing to do is talk, particularly long and deep conversations; though I also enjoy being silly and playing around. Right now my favourite interest is psychology. It's something I've been interested for half of my life. I like to analyse people and myself, to try and find out what my/their real motives are. In this I am currently interested in self-improvement – looking at myself as honestly as I can – seeing the world and myself more as it is and not how I would like it to be. One of my biggest realisations is that I'm not perfect and will never be. There is a strange power in accepting your rough edges. You can then do something about what you don't like about yourself and better work with traits that may otherwise be problematic. I have a very firm idea of what I will do in the future – for myself. There is only one thing missing – the woman I will spend my life with. Since I was young I had a desire to move to another country. A few years ago I realised the woman I will spend my life from will also be from another country.