I'm always disappointed when the people I meet are less interesting than the ones in books.
We are all writers in charge of writing for our own character, so there's no excuse for us to be less than what a professional author can dream up - they have whole novels to put together, you have only you. Seems to me that you ought to be able to write for just you. You only have to handle your dialogue and internals; your arc is largely up to you, and you control your reactions, growth, changes (mostly) and development.
You don't even really have to write plot; you can just write yourself to be highly adaptable and roll with the punches. Or you can write yourself consistently and allow yourself to react to situations as they happen. People like that in a character. Maybe you'll be popular.
So write yourself well, be someone you'd want to read. Write yourself a story that's one you like and that is satisfying and fun and exciting and that contains the occasional twist, so you don't get bored. We're not allowed to skip to the last page - we actually don't even get to really read it - so you're going to have to make the most of the story until you get there, and it might as well be something well-written.