That's cool. If I ever decide to become a JET (English teacher in Japan), I should probably focus more on getting a teaching certificate or experience of some sort. But I'm deathly afraid of American children, so I doubt I will ever become a K12 teacher in the states. xP
Have you heard of PokeRemixStudio? If you've ever played Pokemon games, you should find his music very interesting.
I've been cleaning my room too, although I won't be moving out for another year so I don't have to worry that much. c: It's because I'm commuting to the Community College for freshmen year.
Some things about me:
"It's difficult to believe in yourself because the idea of self is an artificial construction. You are, in fact, part of the glorious oneness of the universe. Everything beautiful in the world is within you. No-one really feels self-confident deep down because it's an artificial idea. Really, people aren't that worried about what you're doing or what you're saying, so you can drift around the world relatively anonymously: you must not feel persecuted and examined. Liberate yourself from that idea that people are watching you." - Russell Brand
A little about myself:
1. I am a Universalist. I hold my own belief in regards to religion. I believe in one cosmic being inside of us all. And within this we are all beautiful, all equal, all united.
2. I am a very sexual being. I'm not a slut, as I have only had sex with one man, but I do enjoy carnal desires very much so. (I shouldn't end with a preposition. Oh well.) Like Freud, I believe that the sexual self is a gateway into the real self. I also believe that people alter themselves or accomplish things to make them more noticeable to the opposite sex.
3. I have a fiance. He's my best friend, my lover, and sometimes he gives me the biggest headaches. (Joking!) He's everything that I've wanted in the opposite sex, and I cannot get over how lucky I am to be with him. I love how he treats me, and I don't think I could have the same connection with anyone else compared to what I have with him.
4. I used to be a compulsive liar, a compulsive eater, and a compulsive cutter. All of that has changed thanks to the hard work I put in, and thanks to my family and friends.
5. I work two jobs, everyday, in order to pay for college. So if I don't come on here every day it's not because I don't want to, but it's because I have to support myself.
6. My main dislikes are drama, incompetence, ignorance, and selfishness.
7. My likes are music, books, thunderstorms, road trips, sunsets, sunrises, holidays, birthdays, writing with chalk, coloring, sleeping, playing on the computer, hanging out with friends, spending time with my fiance, etc.
8. I'm very charitable, and I love to volunteer. I suppose that's my main virtue. I love helping people out, and giving. My young adulthood was not the greatest, and I've overcome a lot in the past nine years of my life. And while the past still hurts sometimes, it gives me the drive to give back to other people, because I know what it's like to suffer. So, for that reason, I do an online mentoring program to individuals in rough neighborhoods, I teach older individuals how to use computers at my local library, I have a sponsor child, and I volunteer as a receptionist at my hospital.
9. My hobbies include latch hooking, crocheting, friendship bracelet making, playing instruments (I can play over ten instruments), photography, writing, journalism, camping, reading, etc.
10. Quirky facts about me: I like even numbers, and my favorite color is orange. My favorite movie is Rocky Horror Picture Show, and I'm scared of spiders, heights, and trees falling on my house. I'm reading seven books right now. I don't like wearing sneakers. I hate turtlenecks. And my favorite animals are penguins, manatees, walruses, seals, pandas, and turtles.