OK, so those words don’t quite describe me... yet. But maybe they will be soon? ;-)
By day, I'm a senior financial analyst, and I love what I do. Every day, I meet with CEOs and help small businesses grow – which means I'm pretty much singlehandedly stimulating the economy. You're welcome, America.
But after the workday is over, I'm lacing up my neon running shoes, queuing up my borderline-embarrassing workout playlist, and hitting the trail. Training for a marathon is kind of like jumping out of a plane—it's not a thing that normal people do voluntarily, but damn do you feel good afterwards. (And yes, I do have a basis for comparison.)
If I'm not running or testing gravity from 3,000 feet, you might find me cooking up a Lebanese, Indian, or Italian feast for my friends. (I make zero claims as to the authenticity of my food, but it definitely tastes good.) But if it's vacation time, I could be anywhere from San Francisco to Bangkok. Now all I need is a traveling partner...