I am an open-minded young professional, working and living in Philadelphia. I recently graduated from a well known Philadelphia school, and work withi...
I am an open-minded young professional, working and living in Philadelphia. I recently graduated from a well known Philadelphia school, and work within the architectural profession here in the city. I am very about the architecture, history, art and food scene of the Philadelphia area!
I live in Fishtown area of Philadelphia with my two cats and enjoy meeting new people and discovering new things! I have lived in a number of different cities but have been in Philadelphia for years now, and love every moment of it!
I am very active in the Philadelphia community and I am always learning more about various topics within the Philadelphia culture! I also enjoy stepping out of Philadelphia now and then for a road trip about the east coast (Sometimes further if I'm feeling especially adventurous), but I always come home to Philly!
The history, culture and diversity of Philadelphia is amazing! There's such a rich background in music and art, as well as food! Philadelphia is also central to other large cities and even the beach, without being overwhelming or too touristy!
There are so many different kinds of people in Philadelphia and even as a local I continue to discover new things and fall in love with this city over and over again! It's such an accepting and diverse city that it's hard to feel really out of place or turned away here!
I always find something to do in Philadelphia, no matter what time, day or season it may be. There's also lots to do that is affordable on a budget and even free! (Plus we have awesome bars and restaurants!)
Philadelphia is also a great place to visit as a young adult (by yourself or with a significant other or friends), or with your family! Lots to do for a variety of ages!
In addition to Philadelphia I have spent lots of time in various cities around the U.S. and spent several years overseas! I love traveling and now spend much of my free time driving the east coast and further into the midwest!