Posts in category "Selling Yourself"
Since I was a kid, on our family vacations we piled into a car and drove around the country stopping at random places along the way. Some of these stops were planned in advance, looking at travel books before the internet, while other detours came about because of a sign or billboard on the side... Read more »
Or at least that’s what I’ve been told. I didn’t think much of it when the guy I was dating would end a text with the heart eyes emoji. It didn’t strike me as cute, but it also didn’t bother me. I was completely indifferent. Last week, I was filling in one of my guy... Read more »
Every season I say I’m not going to watch The Bachelor. Every season my friends suck me. Now I’m throwing watch parties. So in addition to the friend time, I’ve been analyzing each episode to see what tips I can take away from the show. As we head into the new season of The Bachelorette,... Read more »
Part of my job consists of reminding organizations to build relationships with their customers, especially by pushing out content on social media that starts a conversation. I make sure they aren’t talking at the consumer, but instead talking with them. This same advice applies to starting a conversation with someone you match with online or... Read more »
Every date starts with a little marketing. Selling yourself by what you wear to the bar, the photos you post to your dating profile, the first thing you say or the message that you send. This is all marketing. As you head into 2017, start using more marketing tips to get more dates. My favorite... Read more »
Facebook is my scrapbook so I document the interesting things in my life, and by interesting, I mean interesting to me. Although I got quite a few likes when my cousin turned me from a brunette to a bronde a few weeks ago. But Facebook is also your dating resume, especially if you don’t lock... Read more »
I’m a writer. Obviously. Texting is my jam. I try to be interesting, funny and engaging with every text. I don’t spend a ton of time on what I write, although I do proofread them before I hit send, but it’s fair to say that when I’m trying to get a guy’s attention, the text... Read more »
I know people think I live in a happy dating bubble. That even when something crappy happens on a date, like the guy who ordered his food before I got to our lunch date, I find something positive about the experience. Over the last few weeks, several friends drew me into their dating bubbles, and... Read more »
Not everyone loves Tinder. Some are scared. Some have been dissed. Some message for months and never meet up. But I love it. I joined almost a year ago on my 40th birthday and have been entertained ever since. Good or bad, Tinder gives you a chance to meet someone. It just depends on the... Read more »
When I’m headed somewhere warm, I get on the earliest flight possible so I can make the most of the day and hopefully avoid any potential flight delays. On Saturday, that meant the 6 am flight to Florida. Even though it’s early, I still shower and get ready as if I was going out to... Read more »
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