The only thing constant is change and with that change comes a sense of evoloution and growth. Over the past year, I gave up the security of a stable job and and my everyday routine to travel and see the world. I have recentally returned from living in Israel for the past 6 months and loved every experience I encountered. With some hesitiation, I just returned to Denver to try to figure out what is the next step in my life and try to prepare for returning to Israel in the future. I guess I can best describe myself as an "alternative" religious girl. I have a funky exterior with piercings, tats, and sometimes dyed hair. I also am floating between being a vegan and a vegetarian, though, I was a hardcore vegan for over a year. However, I have an open heart and mind I attend shabbos dinners almost every Friday, gave up pants for skirts, and currently place my beliefs somewhere between reform and the orthodox side of Judaism. I enjoy hiking, playing pool, going to the gym, and would love the opportunity to practice my hebrew skills! Ani rotzah ledabear ba evrit itcha (Bonus points for trying :) ). I have a passion for the arts, photography, and with working youth in at risk communities.