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I am a bit socially awkward and definitely not very good at small talk, so I find that having done things with him — for example, attended festival whatever this past weekend — gives me something to talk about in situations where I am expected to say something not work related. Obviously we can see where this is going — I lean toward the cerebral instead of, say, ultimate frisbee in my spare time.
I expect I might need to default to other hobbies as an answer to this question, but to be honest, I don’t have much in the way of other hobbies. That said, I do very much enjoy television — ever since The Sopranos it’s been a high art form in my opinion — is it okay to mention I enjoy TV? In this posting about a great cover letter, the woman who wrote it says, “I used to write very boring, run of the mill cover letters, but I found that once I started personalizing them – mentioning my kids in this one…”.
However, at that time, I lived in a different area that was extremely diverse and interracial relationships were so common that no one really blinked at us.
The only comments we got were from his religious community, and they were because I was/am of a different 4. My parents want him to be black and his parents want me to be Indian, [that's] the main problem. Many people even comment on how cute our interracial relationship is... "Personally, my biggest turn off is feeling like I'm only being approached [by men who want to date me] as part of fetish. I also dated a white guy and a black guy, so I’ve had some people ask me if I’m not into Asian guys...
It doesn’t have to be a hobby in the “I play Ultimate Frisbee” sense; interviewers are just trying to get know a little more about you than what’s on your resume.(I also wouldn’t put it in a cover letter regardless.I think the letter you referenced worked despite the mention of kids, not because of it.) As for how to answer “what do you do outside of work?(I agree with you that much of it isn’t, and I’ve never understood why saying you attend a lot of theater would be considered cultured but saying you watch a lot of TV isn’t.
But that’s often how it goes.) It sounds like you could also say you love exploring the area — that you attend a lot of festivals and community events (yes, you’re taking your kid, but it’s still true).I’ve had people at work assume that I was his intern/assistant as well, rather than an equal colleague." 3.