Agility and energy
Focus and determination
Relaxation and a chill attitude
Getting things done
Knowing how to celebrate
Interesting reflections on the world
Making complex things easy to grasp
Coming up with clever new ideas
Search & Rescue professional
Parkour or yogo instructor
Blogger, journalist, writer
These all sound stressful
Creative (artist, designer, musician)
I can't tell, that's why it is interesting.
Something I caught!
A mammal - never seen it do that before.
A small plant - maybe it is edible?
A change in the ecosystem.
A species that I know has symbolic meaning in my culture.
A tree - is that fallen branch good for carving?
A bird - who makes that sound?
Late spring/early summer
Late winter/early spring
I'm a survivor, motivated by adrenaline when things push my edges
I'm a daredevil, motivated by adrenaline when I take exciting risks.
I'm a conqueror, my persistence fueled by testosterone and motivated by norepinephrine when I complete things.
I'm a socializer, motivated by oxytocin and dopamine to hang out with friends.
I'm a socializer, motivated by oxytocin to trust and help others.
I'm an achiever, motivated by my nucleus accumbens to collect achievements.
I'm a mastermind, driven by my orbito-frontal cortex to evaluate situations and make the best decision.
I'm a seeker, motivated by endomorphin to find interesting things for my sensory cortices to process.
Role-playing games, where I can immerse myself in a world full of places to discover.
Action games, where I can make my character look awesome AND do awesome things
Team games, where we can collaborate to defeat any foes.
Social games, where the game-play is more of a backdrop for hanging out with friends.
Co-op games, where I can build relationships with people important to me while working toward a common goal.
Achievement games, where replaying the game to unlock all the achievements/endings is half the fun.
Strategy games, where I can carefully craft my dream civilization with my intricate knowledge of how all the pieces fit together.
Adventure games, where fun stories frame curious puzzles.
Drawing, design, photography
Spent time outside hiking, hunting, gardening, etc.
Hang out with friends
Write poetry, tell stories
Solve sudoku puzzles
Play/design video games
Bio-luminescent foxfire and fireflies
Cougar cubs pouncing in play
Wovles on the trail of its prey
Yard plantain, the ever-useful band-aid plant
Bears, harvesting wild foods to prepare for winter hibernation
Salmon, always remembering where they came from
Western redcedar, resources for all of life's needs in one tree
Crow/ravens, clever trickster
Map my neighborhood
Research a natural mystery
Wander the neighborhood
Write/draw what I'm grateful for
Share stories of my day during meal times
Work on my fire-by-friction skills
Close my eyes and imagine what the birds are up to using the sounds they make
Barbarian (mountain warrior)
I don't know what these mean...
Indiana Jones or Lara Croft
Catniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games)
Rosemary Gladstar (the herbalist)
Nausicaa (Nausicaa: Valley of the Wind) or Captain Planet
Bilbo Baggins (The Hobbit)
Dumbledore (Harry Potter)
Deadpool or Peter Pan
I don't recognize these characters.
Passivity / Doing Nothing
Stuck in the past
Detached from reality