I recently got back to SF after spending a few years at business school in NY, getting an MBA. I loved living in the city, but it's good to be back home in SF. I grew up in SF (yes, actually in the city) and have lived here most of my life. Can't beat the Bay, right?!
However, since I've been gone for a few years, SF has changed so much that I now feel like I'm brand new to the city. I can't wait to start exploring again and taking advantage of all the awesome things this place has to offer.
I lead a pretty active lifestyle and usually wake up and immediately get going, even if I've slept in. I've played sports my whole life and still do my best to be a gym rat. It's my place of zen. I'm always up for a cool travel idea, any activity that involves sun and water, and doing other interesting things (cool shows, food/drink tastings, comedy shows, art exhibits, etc). But I absolutely hate ice skating; I did an unintentional split as a kid and have been emotionaly scarred ever since. The deeper stuff is more fun to find out in person.
I like to think I'm very easy going, witty, and sarcastic. I mean, who doesn't? However, I'm very driven when it comes to my career; my job is demanding, but I take pride in and absolutely love what I do. I find i get along best with people who are fun, opinionated, spontaneous, and aren't afraid to speak their mind.
Most importantly, I can do a ridiculous Russian accent--think Bond villain. Irresistible, I know...