I need to confess. I’m surfing my profile on Match.com. I don’t know if it’s allowed, but I don’t care. After selling my place in New York City earlier this year, I’ve become a bit of a vagabond. I don’t know what zip code or city I should put as my Match location. In fact, I was kind of hoping to find my guy and then get inspired to live in whatever city or town or country that he happened to be in! How can I make Match.com work for me with this mindset? Well, first of all, I have two accounts. One is based in the Washington D.C. area since my instinct is that’s where it makes the most professional sense for me to be. I also have a close friend monitoring that account for me, since sometimes I think I’m just not cut out for finding love on my own. Maybe my friends know what’s better for me than me… That’s Match account #1. Read MoreTagged in: online dating, relationships, the hunt
Just spent a few great days with two of my closest friends from college. We talked and talked to the point where your back teeth cut into your tongue so much it physically hurts. What did we talk about? Everything. Work transitions. Midlife crises. Eating healthy. Exercise. You know how girls get… Read More
Ah, the unrequited crush.
It sucks. It stunk when you were seven years old, and it stunk when you were in the eighth grade. And guess what? It only stinks more the older you get. Read More
I need to do something about my love life. Back in June 2012 my long-term relationship went kaput out of nowhere. Combined with leaving my long-term job, my world was rattled. I’ve spent the past several months rebuilding my world as well as starting a new business, but I need to admit that the heart as it relates to romance is not an easy fix. Raise your hands if you agree. Read More