A number of years ago, in one of my undergrad classes, I was worrying about what I was doing and where I was going when I had an epiphany: no one else knew what they were doing either. Since then, I have enjoyed faking it. Perhaps this is why I can't take myself too seriously.
I am nerdy, and consider this to be a good thing. I will analyze stuff and bust out trivia, but it can make for great conversations with those on my wavelength.
I enjoy variety, and will give just about anything a go. I prefer an interesting experience over comfort and opulence--so I'm more 192 Brewing than Canlis, prefer small, out-of-the-way towns to resorts, and don't mind getting a bit muddy. I love travel, but a better question than "where do you want to go?" would be "where don't you want to go?"
On my vacations and time off, I like getting physical--hiking, cycling, and kayaking, notably. On a good day, I am always looking for an excuse to go outside on errands, and take the long route. I often end up still out and about after sunset (though swimming in the lake at dusk is lovely). This actually describes me pretty well.