Jaclyn Schler, 28
Hidden talent: Memorizing rap songs. I rap in my car and would like to think I'm good at it.
Biggest fear: Something happening to my teeth. I've made it to my 20s without ever getting a cavity.
My bad habit: I pick off my nail polish when it starts to chip, so I've been trying to remove all of my nail polish with remover to stop myself from picking at it.
My guilty pleasure: Online shopping. I can't say no to a good sale. Piperlime offers free shipping, so I'm always finding shoes or clothes from there.
You'd never guess: I don't like Oreos. I think they're gross. It's the texture of the cookie and the cream filling.
I can't live without: My dog Potsie. He's a 13-pound fur ball that loves to snuggle.
My hero: My mother. She's very giving and loyal and puts other people before herself with such class and poise.
On my bucket list: Lots of travel. Definitely Paris and Italy and Tahiti. My blog bucket list is to work with more brands, like J.Crew.
Biggest accomplishment: Just a really great and fulfilling career, and simultaneously running a blog business on the side.
When I'm not working: I am blogging, styling, reading or watching reality TV. I also do hot yoga three times a week. Or I have girls' weekends with my friends.
Find me here on a Saturday night: It's usually low-key at a friend's house. Sometimes I'm out in Cleveland. I like the bars in Ohio City, like TownHall or Market Garden.
If I had one wish: All rescue dogs could find loving homes. My dog was a rescue dog, and it breaks my heart to see all of these dogs without families.
Once-in-a-lifetime moment: I went canyoning in Switzerland. It's cliff diving into water. It was a three-hour excursion and I'm scared of heights, so I won't be doing it again.
If I won the Mega Millions, I'd spend it on: Unlimited pairs of shoes. I would also donate to community and rescue organizations. And I need a new car, so I would get one and take my friends on a shopping spree.
My No. 1 dating rule: I don't really have any official dating rules, but I do look for someone who is kind and respectful.
Deal-breakers: Bad teeth and poor dental hygiene. If he talks about money — how much he makes — on a first date, that's another turn off.
The perfect date: Something nontraditional. Anything outdoors where you can talk and get to know someone.
I'm a sucker for: Dog lovers and someone who is confident but can laugh at themselves.
Most romantic thing I've ever done: Probably a surprise visit. I was dating someone out of town and surprised him one weekend.
What I look for in a significant other: Respect and humor.
I always, sometimes or never make the first move: I'll make the first move depending on the vibe. Some guys are shy. I would ask him out for a casual get-together, something low pressure.
Would you like to be famous?: No. I prefer to be a kind person and loyal friend. But if I were to get famous, it would need to be for my great rapping ability.
Do you rehearse what you're going to say before making a phone call?: No. I might rehearse before a phone interview but not before calling a date.
Last time I sang to myself: I sing to myself every morning in the car while driving to work. Last time I sang to someone else: Over a year. I'm actually a classically trained singer and used to sing with the Akron Symphony Choir.
If could gain one quality of ability, it would be: To eat as many carbs I could without gaining weight. I love pasta, bread, doughnuts and salty snacks like pretzels, and chips and salsa. I wish I could eat a doughnut everyday.
I wish I had someone with whom I could share ... : Adventures with.
Celebrity dream date: Frank Sinatra. Hopefully, he would serenade me.
Celebrity look-alike: I've been told I look like a younger Denise Richards, and sometimes I get Mila Kunis.
Dogs or cats: Dogs. I'm allergic to cats, and I grew up having dogs.
Beach or mountains: Beach. I like the warmth and relaxation and drinking beach cocktails.
Signature dish: None. I can't cook.
How I stay healthy: Eating healthy. I'm a vegetarian. And I also do hot yoga three or four times a week as well as other exercising.
Favorite ... book: Bossypants by Tina Fey. It's hilarious. ... TV show: Unfortunately, I am addicted to The Bachelor. We do a Bachelor bracket at work and everyone bets on the winner. ... movie: Forrest Gump, Julie and Julia, The Devil Wears Prada. They are all heartwarming or light, and apparently I have a lady crush on Meryl Streep. ... music: I like a little bit of everything. ... restaurant: There's so many because I love to eat. I like Crop Bistro and Bar and Bar Cento in Ohio City. Swenson's in Akron is good too. I love french fries. ... app: I love the Heads Up app. It's an instant party game and so fun.
What I'm reading: I recently read Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn, and I've just started Wild by Cheryl Strayed.
IPod embarrassment: No, nothing I'm embarrassed about.
I'm so over: Selfies on Instagram. It's too much, just stop.
Dream job: Personal stylist, so I could make women feel amazing and beautiful.
Dream vacation: Eating my way through Italy.
My take on Cleveland's single scene: There are nice, open people in Cleveland. People are always willing to talk, and there are plenty of opportunities to meet new people, especially in summer with all of the activities going on, like on Whiskey Island.
Are you on Tinder?: No.
Best thing about being single: Having my own schedule to come and go as I please.
Worst thing about being single: Answering the question, "How are you still single?" Such an awkward question and I never know how to respond. Note to friends and family: This is one of the worst questions you can ask a single person.
Best date I've been on: It was a wonderful dinner and conversation followed by a Broadway show.
Worst date I've been on: When I had to continually ask question after question just so there was something to talk about. If I didn't ask questions, he was mute.
Do you hope to settle down in the next five years?: Yes.