09/09/2019 - 01/09/2020
What to do now that I'm a graduated 'philosopher'?
I know! Explore. Learn. Express!
I'll be with my girlfriend Danique, exploring Spain and its people.
Since I am a quick learner and self-reliant, I want to grow even further in becoming a joyous and handy person.
You teach me I teach you. I'm sure that if we spend time together we'll learn from each other in many ways. I still want to get better at farming, handling animals and speaking Spanish. In return I'm sure I can help out and share with you my own experiences.
As one myself, I'm good with animals.
Instruments! I play a bunch (djembe/saxophone/piano/guitar) and love jamming or teaching them.
General volunteering work. I've spent many months with diverse hosts and diverse jobs. Property maintenance was always a big part of it.
I'm tall and reasonably fit, so able to do some heavy (/high) work :)
Video-editing is my biggest creative outlet plus I've got good digital skills.
I'm pretty socially apt.
Have tried my hand at stand-up comedy
Have worked in catering and hospitality business.
Good with the young(est) folks: have experience running a children's animation program.
Handyman work I'm pretty good at: construction, carpentry and a little electrical work.
Experience with fitness, fysiotherapy, martial arts, and a little massage.
Good at teaching
2 languages which I could teach (English and Dutch)
Bonus skill: quick and eager at becoming skilled in many things
More details about my language interests
Can teach English and Dutch. My Spanish is always improving and would love to learn from other Spanish speakers.
We may have sudden philosophical conversations during/after a good days work.
Special dietary requirements
Omnivore. If possible I steer away from sugar and try to eat low-carbohydrate foods and instead focus on animal-based nutrition.