Having been on many first dates that also became last dates – I’d love to share my tips on what NOT to do in the early days of dating. It never ceases to amaze (and amuse) me when I talk to senior singles about their date’s shameful behavior. Or, worse still, their own cringe-worthy episodes.
Let’s face it. Most of us are feeling the pinch in January. We have spent more than we should have in December, followed by more spending at the sales in January. Now you may be wondering how on earth you are going to recover your finances for this year. There are now many websites which
It can be an expensive business, going out on a date. Traditionally, the man would pay, as he would have been the higher earner, however, these days, with women’s “lib”and women able to command higher salaries and their own independence, we are often sharing the bill, or taking turns. Meeting someone from a dating site
If you could do ANYTHING during the Christmas holiday, what would you do? If you didn’t have to prepare the Christmas meal, travel the country to visit relatives or watch far too much television or eat too much, would you spend it at home, alone, abroad, or perhaps helping others? Acknowledging your freedom to choose
Are you tired of meeting up with new people in pubs and coffee shops, fancy doing something different? Now is the time to get more creative in your ideas for dates. Let’s face it, meeting up with a new person can be a little nerve racking, and we over 40s have been and done many
Keep your first date simple. Having used an internet dating site to meet your potential date, you will already have discovered basic information about each other by using the site’s email, photo and video systems. You may for example, know that your date is tall, brown eyed, educated, speaks 3 languages, enjoys wine and theatre