Not many jobs define you, for better or worse, I have one of those jobs that do. When I was 23 I had a job as a web designer and computer programmer that paid six figures but I wasn't happy, so i uprooted my life and did something I've always wanted to do; I joined the military. I haven't looked back ever since, because to me, happiness is far more important than a fat pay check, and believe me when I say, people who do what I do are not in it for the pay. My job takes more commitment and sacrifice than you'd believe and doesn't pay nearly as much as we deserve but people like me do it anyway, because someone has to. I'm well educated and I'm looking for the same, not necessarily someone with a degree; but I truly believe that being good looking is not a valid excuse to be stupid.
There are a lot of things I don't know, but what I do know and learned about myself so far is that I'm friendly and outgoing, I laugh at inappropriate moments and that I'm better than I used to be but I'm not as good as I'm going to get.
I'm not religious but I have faith. I believe its not the destination but the journey that's important and I believe that you're out there; we just haven't found each other yet.