I'm 24 years old and I'm currently living within that exciting/scary limbo phase John Mayer once called the "quarter life crisis." I have a great job, but no great ambition. I know what I want to accomplish in life, but have no real direction. I'm happy, but I'm not content. And I'm kinda just waiting for something to happen next.
In my spare time, I write short stories and music. I sing in the car and in the shower, but rarely in front of anyone else (this is probably for the best) unless we're talking drunk karaoke!
Despite my hatred of Mathematics, somehow I managed to receive a Master's Degree in Economics. This is very surprising, and somewhat disturbing to me. Sometimes I think my diplomas must have been issued by mistake.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If your name is also Mike, you're from Chicago, and you just LOVE differential calculus, quadratic equations, and Adam Smith, please message me IMMEDIATELY - I think I have your diploma).
I am laid-back, free-thinking, and kind of a big deal