Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I'm a 29 year-old, down-to-earth kind of guy, who loves working
hard, while still finding time to enjoy the small things...like
sitting in a coffee shop on Sunday morning. I think it is extremely
important to have goals and achieve them...but I also think that it
is equally important to enjoy yourself and not let the best years
of your life pass you by.
I'm not very good at describing myself, but when other people
describe me, I would hope that they use some combination of: nice,
funny, well-intentioned and slightly awkward. I may not be all of
those things...but I'd be happy if I could at least qualify for
three out of four.
Looking to meet new people, and hopefully, a great guy who is
confident, can laugh at himself, give me a hard time when I'm being
an idiot and let me pretend that I am actually a good cook!
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I do medical device product development for a living and I love it.
I spend half of my time doing actual product design and the other
half is spent strategizing ways to capitalize on new
markets...that's probably too much information for this type of
thing...but there you go.
I'm also a self-professed news junkie and probably spend way too
much time watching CNN, listening to NPR or reading the newspaper.
I love to travel, especially to Latin America...in fact, I will
jump at any chance to live/work/play in a Spanish-speaking country.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Things I'm really good at:
making friends with the local dry cleaner, ordering things in
Spanish when I've had one too many drinks, painting walls,
inadvertently leaving coats in bars/restaurants, falling asleep
anywhere except my bed, eavesdropping on conversations while riding
Muni, talking my way out of speeding tickets, making espresso, and
enjoying the smaller things in life
Things I'm not so good at:
drawing, sitting still, turning off lights, finishing one week's
Economist before the next week's issue shows up, finding a parking
spot on the street, using Groupons before they expire, ironing,
pretending that I like Indian food
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
sense of humor.
a good run.
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