Matchmakers: hire a matchmaker to help you find exactly what you’re looking for in a mate. This can save valuable time when you have a household to manage. There are bound to be dating services around or near you that can help.
Community: get out there and enjoy your own neighborhood. Join the gym, start a new hobby, or simply go for a walk. Start asking around to see if anyone knows of eligible men in your neighborhood. Don’t be shy. Sometimes all it takes is asking around before neighbors start introducing you to single men they know. For those single mommies who already have a love interest they want to introduce to their kids, preparing your children ahead of time is the key. Explain to them how important it is to you that your new boyfriend joins in the Mother’s Day celebration. Garfield recommends forewarning your love interest to play third fiddle around the kids. She says this will help. However, the most important thing is to make sure that he is someone who has the potential to be a long-term partner. No matter how you do it, it’s important to take good care of yourself along the way. Remember, Mother’s Day is the one day of the year when you can be in charge. After all, single moms deserve love too. Lori Bizzoco is a writer living in Brooklyn, NY. She is working on a memoir detailing how she found love in less than a year. For more dating advice, follow her on twitter at www.twitter.com/loribizz or check out her website at www.loribizz.com Originally posted by SingleEdition