I am a very involved woman with a full life. I look around my local supermarkets, stores, my karate club and even the organization that I volunteer at, and the vast majority of men that I see are either much older than me (usually married) or teenagers. My work is also not a good place to look, as I am in a female dominated profession (teacher).
How can I meet more eligible men?
Guest Poster: Jaimy Blazynski
It is wonderful that you participate in many activities because being so active will make you far more appealing to men. If of course you can find these men. Meetup.com is one of the best sites going right now. You can put in your zip code and do a search for single’s groups. This is not internet dating but more groups you can join that will offer fun gatherings and outings. There may be a meet up group for singles who like the outdoors, or restaurant hopping singles, or perhaps just singles in their 20’s. Take a look and you will certainly meet many new people. And remember meeting new single friends in your age bracket is a great thing too. They are likely to have friends that you could meet. Have fun and keep a positive attitude. And just be careful that all of your activities don’t take up too much time. Because if finding love is a priority for you, then you need to be sure to make a little time for new friends.
About our Guest Poster: Jaimy Blazynski is CT’s very own Date Doctor. She started her own company got5minutes.com in 2005 and has been helping people find love ever since. You can hear her every Friday afternoon at 6:10 PM on 96.5 WTIC with Damon Scott. She can also be seen on Better CT at 3:00 PM on Fridays. Jaimy recently published her book, Crush-Lessons Learned Through a Lifetime of Crushes. In addition she and her husband produce and host The Date Doctor Show every Sunday evening at 8:30 p.m.. Jaimy has been giving dating advice to thousands over the years. Her mission is to help everyone find true love and have fun doing it. Her favorite piece of advice is…never settle! To learn more about Jaimy, get her book, catch her podcast or register for a singles event, visit www.got5minutes.com.