I'm a very happy guy. Rocking a huge smile, I'm generally very high
energy in public.
I love to cook but not as much as I love to eat. I love to be
active, but not as much as I enjoy being sore. I love to travel,
but not as much as I love my home.
Like most INFJs I'm constantly surprised how complex I seem to be.
A few years ago I'd have said the opposite, as on the surface, I'm
consistently energetic and easy-going. My go to competencies are
humor and interpersonal savvy, but I have a diverse range of skills
up my sleeve. My humor is mostly conversational, and not
premeditated, so your better off writing me and seeing how it goes
rather than looking through this dryly written self analysis.
I've been a proud nerd all my life. I love learning, I will gladly
talk endlessly about the future of , Nintendo, technology,
whatever the latest version of Sid Meyers civilization and love
sitting down with friends for a good board game.
I also really like sports, both as a player or a spectator.
What I’m doing with my life
I spend my days helping people solve their computer quandaries. Its
great helping people, although I far prefer helping my co-workers
with a quick joke leading the way to a small piece of advice.
Long term I know I will be leading talented people to achieve goals
they didn't think were possible.
I have a long list of hobbies I cycle through. Two things I'm
always keeping up with are cooking and discovering music. They're
fun to do in tandem.
With my abundance of hobbies, I have a tendency to pick each one up
for a couple weeks, and then move on to the next. I have long term
goals in each which I slowly work on so as the years go by I hope
to have something to show for all my divided efforts.
I’m really good at
Quick wit and finding a humorous silver lining
The first things people usually notice about me
My smile, my laugh and my energy.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I attempt to be a connoisseur of all of the above and find these
topics to be perfect conversations for our first emails and dates.
I try to have diverse interests in all these areas and attempting
any kind of succinct summary of this topic is incredibly daunting.
I do really enjoy classic movies (think AFI top 100), sitcoms and
The six things I could never do without
At various times of my life I have attempted to adapt to living
without pretty much everything I could come up for a list, and
certainly everything which has made my list, making the "never" a
misnomer. Here's a list of things I've noticed qualitatively
improve my life and abstinence from causes more harm than good,
almost certainly in order by importance:
Being able to listen to music with high fidelity
Extra money saved away
Something good to read
An uncluttered living space
A fully stocked kitchen
A decent internet connection
I go for a lot of walks, so its legit if I have a few nice ones of
varying lengths right outside my doorstep.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Tech news, improving myself, sports, the fate of Nintendo, whatever
sit coms I'm currently watching, cognition and memory, music
On a typical Friday night I am
enjoying my life. See above or write me to find out what that could
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
You should message me if
You think quickly and enjoy analyzing life. You like hikes and walk
somewhat briskly. You enjoy spending the occasional day completely
centered around food and preparing it. You enjoy games and laughing
at television shows. I'm looking for friends as well as long term
relationships, or even friendships that turn into
I'm always down to grab a beer or go for a walk