Dating a very handsome man
Cut yourself a little slack the next time you decide you’d rather stay in and host a solo live.I don't do it on purpose, but I have come to realize that I have a slightly smiley resting face.Not because you won’t, but because if you As someone who currently lives this reality every day, I’ve benefited a lot from adjusting my definition of being “out there” and “trying.” I read a great book earlier this year called Meeting Your Half-Orange.
I’m in my mid-20s, and more of my friends are married now than not. It only makes sense that their husbands are friends with some other legit—and single—men.
One couple I love once invited me out with their friends, secretly hoping to set me up with a guy.
I went out and was surrounded by couples—but so was the one other single guy who came.
When I moved to Arizona in 2014, I wasn’t exactly what you would call an “outdoorsy” girl, but because there are so many great trails in Phoenix, I decided to give it a try.
I discovered that I actually I’m thankful that I gave hiking a try, not only because it became one of my favorite forms of exercise and beauty-seeking, but also because it was the perfect first date activity to suggest to my now-boyfriend when we met.