Instead, you spend all your time online rejecting people and looking for that "perfect match" who will be anything but. You like to run marathons? Great. If your spouse does, too, instead of cheering you on from the sidelines, they will be competing with you in the race.
It is better, I think, to have a spouse whose skills and interests compliment yours and not compete with them. Mark doesn't fix cars, and I largely stay out of the kitchen. It works out pretty well that way, as we each fill a void in the others life.
To live with someone with all the same interests means only that you both have the same huge blind spots in life, and in the things you do in common, there is a sense of competition between you - a sure recipe for argument and divorce down the road.
Put away the cell phone and try actually talking to people. It actually is a lot more fun than checking out "stats" and "selfies" on some sex or dating site.