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I like the line about the number of lives you hope you've changed. The phrasing shows you're not arrogant and are modest enough to consider that they might not have actually been changed. The fact you included this subtotal shows that you see yourself as kind, caring, and altruistic.
Active (biking and running)
Nerdy (the fact three series are listed relatively early on along with the numbers of dates and long-time partners you've had. Also the fact you've only gotten one B in your life)
Romantic (the fact you listed dates and boyfriends, along with the numbers of flowers you've picked and people who've changed your life).
You might want to group similar subtotals together, like putting the subtotal of songs you can play by heart on the piano next to the subtotal of songs you've played on your oboe. Putting the lucky pennies subtotal in front of the number of regrets you have would ease the reader into the topic you're hinting at since they have similar emotions tied to them. I really like your list of subtotals. They revealed a lot about you. Grouping subtotals that deal with similar concepts can add clarity so that every reader can fully understand what you're trying to convey.