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Have you ever written a bucket list? You know the type of thing, making a list of around 10 to 30 things you want to do before you 'kick the bucket'; a fabulous Americanism for popping one's clogs (although a 'clog list' doesn't have quite the same ring to it!).

 

It's a great thing to do, it really is. We all have things we want to do... It could be a big as skydiving, yelling an obscenity into the Grand Canyon, or making one person smile every day, or learn to play the piano.

 

Studies show that the summer months are when we feel... more

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There are a lot of things to consider when planning your first date.  But you don’t want to over think things so much that you forget what’s most important: meeting someone new and having a good time while you do it. Our guide to setting up your first date is designed to help you do just that while eliminating the stress of planning.

 

Begin at the Beginning

 

When you get excited about someone it’s easy to want to jump right in.  If that’s you, that’s great.  There’s nothing wrong with a little excitement in life.... more

admin Feb 23 '17 · Tags: first date, dating tips
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Making the move to a first date can feel like a double-edged sword.  You’re excited about the possibilities, but still, this is a person you don’t know.  How do you make such a nerve-wracking process comfortable for both of you? There are a number of do’s and don’ts, but one of the biggest pieces to help foster comfortability and connection is your location.


It used to be that first dates were about making a big impression with flowers, drinks, and a fancy restaurant.  Today, flowers are best reserved for further along in the relationship and fancy restaurants can be a buzz kill.  It usually doesn’t take long to get a feel for each other and know whether the possibility of connection exists.  If you don’t feel it, a long dinner at a fancy restaurant can end up being a bit torturous.... more

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