Every day I wake up thrilled that people pay me to do the thing I love.

Writing fits really well with my easygoing attitude and gives me the flexibility to do what I want.

To me, mindfulness means being aware of and engaged in the Universe and respecting its laws, and in improving oneself in harmony with those laws. The meeting of these minds, though, starts with a profile.

Take mine, for example: And that, ladies and gentlemen, is my two-paragraph spiel that I have honed to online-dating poetry.

Because some people use only their handles as a personal identifier for some time, many online daters will come to use your handle as your "name", and may even greet you by your handle upon meeting face to face.

The next thing anyone will see on your profile is your tag line.

Here’s an example: “When you email me, I want you to tell me the funniest thing that’s happened to you in the last week.

I want you to ask me one good question that indicates that you’ve skimmed my profile.I also love just taking off in the car and going exploring.Unfortunately, I am an awful navigator, but that leads to all sorts of adventures.So what do I do when I am not working on the next great American work of literature?Well, Rock climbing is one of my greatest thrills it gives me the feeling of working with nature to push myself beyond my limits.Long lists of adjectives and meaningless lines like “I love to laugh! ” (show me one person wholike to have fun) contribute nothing to the online dating process. Second Paragraph: People often make the mistake of writing about themselves for their entire profile. The online profile is the start of the conversation, not an autobiography.