Perfect on Paper
12 October 2017
When writing about yourself, your story is just that . . . your story. You script your life to meet whatever end you need. You can neglect the bad, highlight the awesome, and accentuate the funny.
In other words, you can be perfect . . . at least on paper.
Or you attempt to do the above but fail . . . sometimes spectacularly so (and sometimes crash and burn amidst the bad grammar).
This is especially true in dating profiles. Continue reading “Perfect on Paper”