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Levi Strauss
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San Francisco, California, United States · Member since June 2012
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I work as a Fabric Development for Men's Denim at Levi Strauss & Co. I enjoy travel as much as I love living in San Francisco, and being with an international company has provided me the opportunity to do both. I do have plans to go back to graduate school eventually, but now I am just taking some time to myself to enjoy everything that this multifaceted city has to offer. I've met some very amazing people through AirBNB which is my primary motivating factor for continuing to do it, and I will have to admit that that there is nothing more engaging than being a tourist in your own city..

Being somewhat of a closeted foodie; I understand flavor profiles more along pretenses of concept, critique, and neurotic chronicling. Rather than in execution. I usually either opt for dining out or eating freshly prepared meals that require little to no prep. While at home, I do appreciate a stiff dry Gin cocktail, I like to decompress, read, write, and I actually look forward to my laundry day and find it completely therapeutic, and intoxicating. I go to bed at a decent hour usually between 10:30-12, but once I've been swept into a slumber I have been described as a pretty heavy sleeper (no, I don't snore).

Brunch is essential to my weekends; otherwise I am usually off exploring new eats, collecting new succulents, and spending time in the sun with my boyfriend. I conform to most British stereotypes.. overly polite, with a sardonic sense of sarcasm, overly apologetic and a tendency to talk about the weather.

Some other interests include, but are not limited to: fast-talk, fuzzy math, garment construction, writing yelp reviews ( t y t h a m . y e l p . c o m), morning hikes, swimming, bikram yoga, analog photography, screen printing, foreign art-house cinema, and a little bit of old-fashioned laziness.