Meeting someone in a bar can set you up for months of hanging out behind a glass of whiskey – and maybe that’s exactly what you want. Meeting someone at a yoga class can set you up for an active relationship; you’ve put your priorities out there without having to say “Keeping my smokin’ hot body and intuitive mind in shape are important to me.” Essentially, you’re helping weed out the ones that aren’t into what you’re into. I’m not going to lie – this list is selfishly based on my experiences and the things I like.
If you have ideas for people who are into what you’re into – add it to the comments below.
Your dream partner will be someone who will help you build your empire, as soon as you get that grant money or investor. You’ll find this person at Startup Weekend where you’ll collaborate on designing an app and fall in love over late night business plans.
Also, meeting people at coffee shops can be difficult since everyone knows everyone.
If you haven’t processed and put into practice my advice from last week on Things you need to get over before dating in Portland, I forgive you (for now!
NEW YORK — Contrary to popular belief, college students today aren't "hooking up" any more than in the past, a new study finds.
Recent studies and popular media have painted a picture of an increasingly prevalent hookup culture on college campuses.