I have a CRAZY job and travel ALL THE TIME: Little Rock, Reno, Raleigh... Sometimes I think I should slow down, because I just wanna live in the moment. ""I'm an ambitious 36-year-old with a high-profile job. Sorry, couch potatoes and guys making less than 6K.
I run marathons on Saturdays and triathlons on Sundays. DON' T WASTE MY TIME.""Here goes nothing: I'm a 29-year-old gal who just moved from Boston.
Life is for living after all, so get out there and experience different things.
We all live busy lives and, in our 30s, we don’t have time to play games.
You know yourself, you know what you want from a relationship, and you’re ready to live life on your own terms.
Here are a few things to help you make the most of dating in your 30s: Your 30s are the perfect time to be dating.
If you’re enjoying someone’s company, tell them and arrange to spend more time together.
Whether you’re new to online dating or not, here are a few hints and tips to keep in mind: I’m reminded of a quote, which described dating in your 30s as ‘like watching a movie you’ve already seen a million times, memorised all the lines wishing you could just fast-forward to the good part.’ I completely understand this sentiment but, by changing your mindset and staying open to new experiences and new people, you’ll be in a better place to meet someone new.
You can throw the rules out the window and date people who aren’t your normal type.
I have a job that sucks, but I won't bitch about it too much.
(Okay, maybe I will.) I'd like to tell you I hang glide and build soup kitchens in Haiti, but last Saturday I got drunk at home and watched an entire season of_ Gossip Girl_.
Have whoever's shooting step back just enough to get a three-fourths shot of your body."Urbinati: "White can wash out in photos, so if you're in shape, a simple well-fitting crew tee or Henley in gray is flattering and effortless.
To look more put together, try dark jeans, a slim-collar shirt, and a well-tailored suit jacket in gray—it reads more casual than black, less preppy than navy."Displaying your guts by completing questions like "On a typical Friday night I am..." and "I'm really good at..." will make you feel self-conscious and absurd— and that's normal.