Summer makes visible all the internal and external differences between people that in kinder, gentler seasons go unnoticed, or at least unremarked. It belongs, obviously, to the outwardly gorgeous – those for whom the act of stripping down to the few clothes that are still bearable in the heat requires nothing more than a quick pass with the razor over a few small patches of unruliness, a spritz of bronzer or sunscreen and squint in the mirror to check for spinach between the teeth. Then it's off out to treat the world to the sight of their lissom frames, youthful musculature and poreless, naturally lambent skin whose glow seems to reach out and greet the sun as a cousin. (Mangan, 2013).
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.