Funny, competitive, hard working guy that likes to have a good time. Enjoying my kids, working out, working and having as much fun as possible. Guy 3: I love people, cultures, traveling, and trying new things.
I am very smart, confident, happy with my life, and always up for an adventure.
At the last tropical themed potluck party that I hosted, I met someone who used to be personal secretary to the Prince of Dubai!
I grew up in a traditional Catholic family, but after my first Buddhist meditation retreat at age 25, I have been hooked by Eastern philosophy and spirituality ever since.
For a long time I wanted to be a doctor because I liked the idea of helping people, but as I learned more about pollution and environmental problems, I realized that I wanted to address health risks at the societal level.
That got me into pursuing a masters in public health.
If you are someone who is guilty of writing a self-summary like one of the above, the good news is lots of people do it so it doesn’t take much improvement to stand out.
The bad news is your profile is all your potential matches have of you.
I am not into clubbing scene so it is difficult to meet people hence the reason to have a profile here. I try to live a healthy lifestyle by exercising 3 – 4 times a week.Fortunately though, writing an outstanding profile is as easy as pie once you know what the questions are really asking.Here are some tips from a veteran online dater about what stands out and what stinks.The admissions officer has to make a decision as to whether or not you are a good match for their institution based on what you say about yourself.They want to know your background, your motivations, and your personality.