Dating advice for ladies
I just worked with a client who, at 60, not only works out 5-6 days a week, but also started her own business after retirement, and just flew on a trapeze for fun.
The worst thing we could do is miss out on what’s right in front of us because we think it’s already passed us by.
Also, there are several weekends where the very last thing on the planet I want to do is be out and meeting people.
But a truth of being single is that it’s a numbers game, and if you’re not meeting new people, if you’re not attempting to get to know them, if you’re not putting yourself out there, your chances of finding someone to date or marry or love are slimmer than a pair of Rag & Bone skinnies.
But my takeaway from this soundbite and her overall character is to remember how much of a catch you are.
This might sound trite but self-esteem and confidence are two beautiful keys to happiness and whether or not you’re looking for a relationship, people are drawn to people who value themselves and know their worth. This is how I feel every single time I go on a first date. I can honestly say that I almost bail on every first or blind date I go on.
I say it’s acid in the face—who will love them now?
” – Mindy Kaling I think buried deep here is some good wisdom for being single or recovering from a breakup. You know, there are some things that are actually harder to do with two people. But the last time I used it was holding it over my head to run from my car to my house when it was raining,) I’ll just say that all we’re in charge of is making our current experience the best and most fulfilling that we can.
In the marvelously titled (Current), writer Dan Slater tracks a phenomenon that started in 1965 with "computer dating"—essentially a digital compatibility test, dreamed up by two lovelorn Harvard undergrads desperate to meet Radcliffe girls—and mushroomed into an estimated billion a year industry.
I like this because it reminds me to relax and trust in life’s timing.
Okay don’t even get me started on how much I love Clair Huxtable.
Amen and a-man (please.) I just turned 31 and if you’d asked little Lyndsay if she’d be married or a mother by now she’d be like ‘why are you asking me about when I’m super old and decrepit?
’ But in all seriousness, the thing I have learned as I’ve gotten older is that it really is true: there is no expiration on a great life.
So I figured that it was about time we compiled some of these gems. “You should know I disagree with a lot of traditional advice.