I have several friends who aren't going to get married. Their reasons are varied, but most of them have been married before. They don't want to go through the legal hassle of getting married (and I suppose, potentially divorced?) again. I have never been married, but I believe in the institution. My life plan includes a wedding. I understand my friends who are different, I really do. But it makes for a sticky situation. What do you call …
Stop Wasting Your Time
Ignite your passions
Turn off your computer and meet someone authentically.
Spend less time in front of your computer and more time out in your community.
Don't look everywhere. Find someone who shares your interests.
Find love faster
Meet someone offline and start dating sooner.
Save your witty banter for in-person conversations.
Fall in love
Spend more time dating men than trying to meet them.
It's a tough question, right? One without a quick solution or an easy answer. Meeting people online is far easier (especially if you're a woman) than meeting people in person. It's hard to meet people without online dating, but not impossible. The only trick? You have to get rid of the mentality that says, "okay, I'm going to do xyz and I'm going to meet someone" -- that's the wrong way to go about it. You end up sending weird (and I mean …
Ahh, new year, new beginnings. As I said before 2013 wasn't my year. While I've been through a lot lately, I feel strong enough to dive right back into the dating world, because let's be honest, sometimes you need nerves of steel for this shit. I haven't been single in Portland since I was 22, so now that I'm the ripe old age of 25, I know things. Anyways, I've made a few dating resolutions below, just three simple rules I'm going to follow …