Should I Leave Meeting The Special Someone to Serendipity?
I'm an attractive and successful single woman who enjoys a fulfilling life but am just missing that special guy to share my life.
Over the years, I've pretty much gone about my life with the belief that when I least expect it, I'll meet my special guy. This hasn't quite worked yet - any suggestions?
Since I’m a professional matchmaker, you’ll likely not be surprised to hear that I’m an advocate of being proactive in your love life.
Who knew a beautiful sunny day could lead you to Mr. Right?
Spring is just around the corner. And if you're a single girl who's ready to at least get her feet wet — if not dive all the way in — it's time to figure out a new strategy to getting a guy to ask you out.
The zodiac has some truths in relationships but it's important to know when and where to use it.
The zodiac and astrological signs continue to be widely popular with people from all walks of life. There is no shortage of online websites and magazines that contain free information related to the zodiac. A person can easily find out what their outlook will be according to their sign and those that put out this information can "predict" what is in store for an individual not just on a daily basis but the whole year as well.
How I went for a coffee date on the same day I registered on mobile dating application.
I was feeling lonely and wanted to meet someone, at least to go out for coffee or something. None of my friends were around or free, so the only chance for me was to meet new people. I was browsing through android dating apps and stumbled upon http://datemenow.com I decided to download it, because it was free and promised to help me find singles in my area. It was so cool! It took me literally a minute to set up a profile, because they didn't ask to fill in long questionnaires, just basic info like your desired profile name etc.
There are no shortcuts for meeting Mr. Right... To be lucky in love, you have to get out there!
As a thirtysomething gal-about-town, I’ve technically been dating for more than half of my life—to no avail. But don’t get me wrong, I’ve tried. You name it, I’ve given it a shot, which is why I recently took matters into my own hands—literally. My new approach? Hitting the town solo, and you can read about all of my adventures on my blog, Bartender… Man Straight Up.
Here, 5 sure-fire ways to keep your digits to yourself--and go home alone!
Since I started Bartender…Man Straight Up!, I’ve gotten so many wonderful tips for grabbing a guy’s attention and starting up a conversation. But I think some of the most valuable advice pertains to what not to do, so make sure you don’t blow your chances with the cute guy across the bar with one of these no-nos.
I can hear it now.
“What the hell is David saying? I need to go play with a guy’s balls and I haven’t even met him yet?”
Calm down. We’re talking about football.
That’s right—football. Instead of being afraid of it, embrace it.
You want to meet men?
And you won’t just meet the beer guzzling, nacho-eating, burping football guys, because—get this—every guy likes football.
If your girlfriends are dragging down your love life down, read on!
Stop asking your girlfriends for dating advice. Wait. Ill amend that. Be very careful which of your female friends you turn to in times of romantic distress. The problem with most of said advice and reinforcements is that it's rarely objective. Here are five misleading things girlfriends say.
You know, women complain constantly:
“I just can’t seem to meet any men.”
“Ooh, I just can’t meet any men.”
But yet when a man approaches, they run away as quickly as possible.
“Oh my God, he’s talking to me! I need to run and run and run and run…”
Find out how you can get a date at your local coffee shop!
You'd love to be in love. You're finally ready, the timing is great, and yet...you have no immediate prospects. It can be tough to make this realization, but here's a powerful practice to integrate into your daily routine. It's an assignment I often give to my personal matchmaking clients, and it works ... like magic. Get out of your house. Start frequenting your local coffee houses, and learn to be comfortable sitting solo, making yourself available for eye contact, smiles and lighthearted, casual conversation.