Robyn Litt may be a Miami native, but the 35-year-old has had the last decade to adjust to Georgia. She’s been in Atlanta for 10 years, and although she doesn’t belong to any Jewish organizations around town yet, she’s definitely interested in the possibility of becoming more active in the community. Litt may not have much free time as an administrator in a cardiac physician’s practice, but she always makes time for her dog, Emma, and to dance “like no one’s watching.” She also may be health conscious, but she can still appreciate a good margarita. We think Litt is Such a Catch, so let her tell you a little about herself.
AJT: What are you looking for in a partner?
Litt: I am looking for someone who is funny; I love to laugh! A guy who can be adventurous, take risks and wing it sometimes. I need a partner who is honest and communicative. Being open and sharing feelings are the foundation of a strong, successful relationship. Finally, someone who will be supportive and on my team through ups and downs is so important.
AJT: What do you think or have been told are your best qualities?
Litt: I have been told I am loyal. I will do anything to help family and friends; they are my world. I am confident in myself and in how I take on the day. I am driven to succeed and strive for better in my work and in my personal life. I am patient, understanding and optimistic. The glass is always half full.
AJT: How do you spend your spare time?
Litt: I spend my spare time outdoors with my Boston terrier, Emma. We take long walks and navigate trails together. I enjoy Atlanta sports events; baseball and football are my favorites. On the weekends, I love dancing like no one’s watching, having fun with friends and sometimes staying out late. My weakness is chips, queso and a good margarita on a patio somewhere; salt on the rim please!
AJT: What is your guilty pleasure?
Litt: My guilty pleasure is dessert; I will find an excuse to have dessert with every meal: Sweets with peanut butter, cakes with buttercream frosting and chocolate bars are at risk of being consumed quickly when in sight!
AJT: What are some things that are most important in your life? Why are they valuable to you?
Litt: The golden rule is one which I strive to live by every day and is one of the most important things to me. We should be kind to others and value others as we value ourselves. Life is much too short to live any other way! Health and fitness is also important to me, and I try to do something active every day. I only have one body and I want to keep it healthy and fit as long as possible. Finally, probably the most important thing in my life is investing in relationships and spending time with people who I care about most. Family and friends are who I surround myself with as much as possible. They make my world a better place.
Atlanta Jewish Times “Such a Catch” Column
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