I am a recent graduate from UC Berkeley, majoring in Sociology with a concentration in psychology. I LOOVEEE holding stimulating conversations with other people (and sometimes myself lol). I also tend to be the therapist among my social group! I love giving advice and helping others in any way that I can. My hobbies include running, working out, fashion, photography, and cooking, learning new things. Oh, and eating. :) I won't cook too often for myself, but I'm always excited to cook for others. So far, nobody has been food poisoned.
This year, I plan to go to business school hopefully at one of my top picks. I have found that I enjoy managing and influencing others, so I feel that business management or marketing is most ideal for me. I put in effort where I feel I will receive it back, so do not expect me to chase anyone or anything I do not feel is within my reach. I try to stay active, and I would say I workout maybe 3-6 times a week, depending on my work schedule. Ambition, productivity, and determination are qualities I admire most. I cannot stress enough the importance of honesty and positivity, as well as belief in one's own capabilities. I look to meet people who can positively influence me, challenge me, or teach me something new. There's plenty of things I need to improve, and that is the purpose of encountering new individuals who will help you mold into that. So with that, PLEASE no Negative Nancy's and Debbie Downers.
If you want a happily ever after, it depends where you stop your story.
I'd say April 25th, because it's not too hot, and it's not too cold. All you need is a light jacket.
Ooooooh for real? Ok. My first date will not require much effort. I would rather sit and chat somewhere local than going to a big, fancy theatre, ballroom, restaurant, zoo, amusement park, blah blah blah. We shall save the expensive dinners and other activities for when we both establish a mutual connection. How will we become friends if we don't have a chance to really engage each other??? The best way to impress me is to mentally stimulate me. . . . And that can totally happen over some ice cream walking in the park. :)