My name is Dan,I enjoy all genres of Music and sports are my passion. I more specifically love professional baseball and football. I am a die hard Yankee Fan and Huge Arizona Cardinals fan (Long Story). In 2009 I had the rare opportunity to intern with the Yankees and achieved one of my dreams.
Outside of sports, love to enjoy life, I enjoy traveling and seeing the world. Since my early teens, I've been to Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, various islands in the Caribbean, Mexico and Canada. This past summer I enjoyed a 10 day trip to Germany, France and Luxembourg and The Dominican Republic. Experiencing the world and cultures Is something I feel strongly about.
Everyday I aspire to better myself and my life. I am an Eagle Scout, some may view that as corny, but I am very proud of it as is shows dedication and hard work the things most of you look for in a man.
I currently work as an Instructional Aide in my town and Just finished my first semester working towards my master's in School Couseling (Guidance Counselor) at Rider University and am quite excited to be doing so. I earned my Bachelors at Rutgers In Exercise Science Sport Management. I plan to pursue a career as a counselor and return to coaching baseball at the high school level....
What I look for in a woman is simple. Chaqrisma and liveliness is Important to me. A girl that can work a croud and room would be awesome. I want to be able to say "that amazing woman is with me." I would like a girl that i can go out with and have a good time with but also be able to hang one on one and enjoy some romantic movie or just hanging out.
I will end with a quote by a reality therapist named William Glasser, that I learned in Grad school that has completely enhanced the way I view the world and people...
“You are mentally healthy if you enjoy being with most of the people you know, especially with the important people in your life such as family and friends. Generally, you like people and are more than willing to help an unhappy family member, friend, colleague to feel better. You lead a mostly tension-free life, laugh a lot, and rarely suffer from the aches and pains that so many people accept as an unavoidable part of living. You enjoy life and have no trouble accepting that other people are different from you. The last thing that comes to your mind is to criticize or try to change anyone. You are creative in what you attempt and may enjoy more of your potential than you ever thought was possible. Finally, even in difficult situations when you are unhappy—no one can be happy all the time—you’ll know why you are unhappy and you’ll attempt to do something about it.”