When you are writing about who you are and how your live your life, be sure to show the reader what that looks like in action.
You are trying to attract the right people to you, and to do that you need to be specific.
Remember - you have already started your profile by saying who you are and what you're into - if someone is still reading, they're already intrigued by you and what you care about.
Your profile should start out by describing your most prominent and positive character traits. Remember - you want to attract the people who are looking for what you are looking for. Avoid listing your ideal partner's hobbies, height, body type, education and interests.
Choose 3 or 4 adjectives that best describe your personality.
For example, many people say in their profiles they like to travel.
When you focus on character, you are being specific as to your values, which will resonate with like-minded people.If you focus on characteristics you risk sounding superficial, rigid, or overly picky. For example, rather than specifying the characteristic of "having a fit body," you should state the character trait of "active" or "valuing health and fitness." The first example is about an outcome (fit body), the latter is about a way of life (being active and taking care of yourself).