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  • Description

    While reading advice on how to make a good workaway profile I was instructed to tell about what kind of person I am or the things I believe in and that define me. This is great advise, there is just one problem. I have no clue. as much as it is a cliche, I'm still just figuring myself out. I fell like I'm still too young to have a solid and confident view on myself and what defines me. So in an attempt to "find myself" (I know, it couldn't be more cliche) I have set out to experience and learn as much as possible wherever I go in hopes of stumbling upon the answer to my queries.
    In Iceland I learned about the beautiful things hardship creates. In Germany I discovered that if I ever wanted to experience new things or learn something difficult I would have to put myself out there and overcome my fear of judgement. When I came to Paris I put myself out there and wonderful things resulted. In Amsterdam..... well what happens in Amsterdam stays in Amsterdam. Soon I found myself in Nepal broke with nowhere to go and, with the help of some new made friends, I learned to let go and live in the moment without worrying about the future. Finally when I returned home I realized how much I took for granted. I still have a lot to learn and I can't wait to see what i'll learn with you!

  • Interests

    Adventure sports
    Winter sports
    Outdoor activities
    Charity work
    Cooking & food
  • Skills and knowledge I'd like to share or learn

    I'm interested in:  

    Being an elderly companion
    Eco Projects
    Helping around the house
    Charity Work
    Helping with Computers/ Internet

    Some knowledge of:  

    DIY and building projects
    Babysitting and creative play
    General Maintenance
    Creating/ Cooking family meals
    Life at a Farmstay
    Animal Care
    Language practice
  • More details about your skills

    I grew up on a farm so I am in general relatively handy. Some skills that I have basic proficiency in include carpentry, plumbing, soldering, gardening, and lots of other minor things required for daily life on a farm. I love to bake and cook while it might not turn out great I would love to try and make something for you, and learn about the local cuisine.I learn quickly and am open to stepping out of my comfort zone and trying out new things.

  • Languages spoken

    German: Fluent

  • Age


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    • Smoker

    • Driver's licence

    • Allergies

    • Special dietary requirements