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Date Idea: Picnic

Summer is wrapping up but the sun is still shining bright, take advantage of picnic season! A picnic can be the perfect date if planned correctly; we’re here to help you…
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How to Have a Great First Date

Featured Blogger: Christina Voors It’s a pretty common testament that first dates are usually fairly awkward. There are many people who are turned off of dating for this reason, seeing…

Cheking in: Money and Class

Topic: Money and Class Many people associate class with symbols of wealth; luxury cars and designer brands. All of  these things revolve around money, but are zeros and commas really…

You Started Your First Video Chat – Now What?

Featured Blogger: Christina Voors It’s true, meeting someone via video has its’ differences from starting communication through text. You have less time to craft that perfect response, instead having to…

It’s Time to Get to Know Your Matches

Featured Blogger: Christina Voors It becomes a routine. You swipe left, swipe right, and acquire your matches.  Now is the time you are supposed to get to know these potential partners, right?    Unfortunately, far too often these matches are left in a deserted pile of  unfulfilled communication. Perhaps it was due to a simple text killer, such as ‘k’ or  ‘cool’, that ended the entire conversation. Maybe it was simply due to disinterest in  the conversation at hand.     No matter what the cause, it made me wonder: how many of these failed  connections could have been really great in person? Who have we missed out on  because we didn’t have the chance to get to know the person on the other side of the  screen?    Well, it’s time we discuss some tips and tricks on how to best ensure that you don’t lose out on some great opportunities:    Ask open-ended questions: If it can be answered with a simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’,  rephrase to encourage longer answers.  For example, instead of asking ‘do you like  your job’, rephrase into ‘how do you like your job’. Simple changes can bring forward a much more engaging conversation.    Share music: It is amazing how much conversation can be opened up by  sharing music you enjoy. It brings a deeper level of communication, discussing how  the songs did or didn’t resonate with you and why.    Go off the beaten path: Some matches will have an influx of messages, all  more-or-less the same. These become easy messages to ignore, as they feel …
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Why Do Millennials Struggle With Commitment?

Featured Guest Blogger: Darlene Aniebonam Commitment. A simple word with such a complex meaning. I thought about it today and what it has meant to me in the past, and what…
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The Right to Be Carefree Online

Featured Blogger: Christina Voors Mobile dating apps can truly be a carefree form of fun. You simply swipe through people in your town, determine if you think you will click,…
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4 Things to Look for in a Dating App.

Featured Blogger: Amina Grace No one is above dating apps. Even having multiple apps is okay, it is after all a numbers game. But which apps are worth it? Here…
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Look Out: The Importance of Meeting Location

Featured Blogger: Christina Voors First date spots can go one of three ways: it can be fine, uncomfortable, or never seen.  Yes, never seen can happen. I’ve had a few…
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