Check out our list of top go-to dating blogs for the over 40s…. Over 40 World Julie Edwards and Samantha Baker write tons of dating advice on this blog which is part of the website, Over 40 World UK Mature.Posting articles like, ’Things To Consider When Dating Older Women’ and ‘Important Things That You Should Know About Dating A Single Dad’ this blog is the go-to for tips on all things over 40s dating. The Plankton An anonymous blog about love, sex and the divorced mum, The Plankton writes candidly and openly about, as she puts it, “love at the bottom of the sexual food chain.” The writer, who is divorced, but says she would love to be married again, describes herself as being ‘on the wrong side of 45 with a brace of kids’.Rather than resigning yourself to a life alone because you don’t feel confident about your body, try doing all you can to take care of yourself.Just the basics of eating a balanced diet, getting enough sleep, drinking plenty of water and exercising regularly will help you feel more confident about yourself.I cover this in “Check Him Out Before Going Out: Head Off Dud Dates￼.”Third, being clear about what you want, but being flexible on some of your criteria.Women commonly say they want a man over 6′ tall, with all his hair, and who makes over 0,000.Too many women only focus on their flaws, not their characteristics that make them fabulous.I go into this in the book, “Assessing Your Assets: Why You’re A Great Catch.”Second, a wise mix of positiveness and caution.
This can bring up lots of different issues within a relationship but as long as you and your partner are on the same page and work together as a team, it can be very satisfying. Body It’s often in our 40s that our bodies become less forgiving and slower to recover from excesses or injury.Whether its middle age spread or pains in the joints, it’s inevitable that our bodies will change as we grow older and we need to do more to stay in shape.If you’re particularly body conscious this can become a real block to dating.In January I’m not sure how often I’ll be able to post — or have anything interesting to comment on.I may post some observations during my travels, and ask your tolerance that the postings may not be dating related.Or better yet, subscribe via RSS or get each posting via email through the Feed Blitz link on the left.