Welcome to June News! We are half way through the year and almost over the isolation and lock-downs we have endured for months, so now it's time to venture out, thank goodness!
Remember that very first date? Sweaty palms. Awkward conversation. You probably even had a curfew. At least when you're dating over 50 the curfew is gone. According to survey results, only 18 percent of single people in their 50s said they were dating. More than 40 percent said they were considering it, but not actually
The Neat Freak might seem outright OCD, or just might be disciplined and gifted enough in tidiness and organisation to have a naturally ordered environment. The non-Neat Freak might be a slob, or just someone who struggles to be organised where they live and work. Regardless the degree to which the differences fall on the
1. Try To Win At Listening Nothing's better than having someone listen (and actually hear) what you have to say. It's such a good feeling, in fact, that doing so for your date is basically guaranteed to leave a lasting good impression. People love to know that people want to truly get to know them,
From the weird uncle that makes everyone feel uncomfortable, to the grandma who can’t hear you and just keeps on talking, to the little kids who drain all of your life force, being with family can be challenging. But no matter how difficult family can be, they’re also beautiful, fun and fill that place in
Procrastinators always have an excuse and the word 'can't' is usually the culprit. With the right mindset, positive attitude, and a clear vision of what you want to accomplish, it's easy to stop procrastinating - the only thing that is holding you back is yourself. By saying you can’t do something, you’re already doubting yourself,
Social distancing and looking for love aren’t exactly the best bedfellows. And since going on a date in real life now falls foul of most countries’ rules around Coronavirus, singles are following these New Virtual Dating Rules to communicate with their matches, from dinner dates over Zoom to watching Netflix together – in their own