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“My, what a long arm you have!” and other drawbacks of taking your own #dating profile picture.
As spring quickly turns to summer, the warm weather becomes a haven for people to mingle, laugh and enjoy time together outdoors. For those who are looking to meet someone, this also opens up a variety of options for fun, impressive date ideas. There’s a natural “feel-good” reaction when the sun comes out. Maybe this is the reason that so many marriages take place during the summer months.
When I lost my job, the last thing I needed was a blank social calendar and empty bed. There's only so much disappointment one girl can take. This modern-day Dorothy wanted to click her heels and have the perfect profession and pillow pal land right into her lap. Was that too much to ask? Maybe not. Nicole Williams says you can snag both with the same advice. In her newest book, Girl on Top, Williams suggests the tactics used to land a man can also be applied effectively in the office. Can classic dating rules help you climb the career ladder? After all, the game's the same, right?
Does your online dating profile make you sound like the kid no one picks for ball? Craft your online dating profile so that you sound attractive to others. Choose words carefully.
In her new book He's Just Not Your Type (And That's A Good Thing), relationship expert Andrea Syrtash delves into this phenomenon and explains the problem with falling into the pattern of dating a certain type. More often than not, she writes, these relationship patterns end in heartbreak because single women are looking THE WRONG type. And in the process, excluding a large percentage of the eligible male population. Her advice? Date the opposite of your type.