Bookworms dating friendship
Looking better in the flesh is better than the reverse.
‘You wouldn’t introduce yourself to someone in a bar with your entire life history, so don’t do it online,’ says match.com‘s Kate.
She corrects her babysitters for skipping words when they’re reading to her.
Sure, your kid is only 3, and she can’t read yet, but she knows so many books backwards and forwards.
Yes, your bookworm baby was destined to be so at the very moment of his birth; it was written in the stars! You can get an overwhelming amount of personalized, astrological information She learned to crawl just so she could make you read to her.
There you were, peacefully, though attentively, napping on the couch while the little one played happily on an activity mat or with a ball.
He falls asleep not in his bed, but in his Book Nook. You thoughtfully designed a warm, cozy spot full of decorative pillows and a colorful rug hoping to encourage him to love reading. It’s just that traditional sleeping space nearby of which he’s not so fond.
So it only seems logical you would use the good old Internet for finding that special someone, too.
‘Play up your love of anything sporty, outdoorsy or public – like concerts and exhibitions.’ Wouldn’t you know, profile photos that demonstrate you playing your guitar or downhill skiing – even if your face isn’t showing – get more messages.
Avoid negative tones and always be positive about yourself. You wouldn’t want a future employer to read anything negative, so why would you want a potential partner to read anything that isn’t positive?
Lying doesn’t get you anywhere in the dating world. Talk in specifics to give a full flavour of who you are.
If you love travelling, say where your favourite place is and why.