Cosmic cupid dating
I’d be inclined to publish highlights but that wouldn’t do this piece its proper justice.
Noted blogger, Moxie, has written a powerful message to women in their late 30’s: take responsibility for your life.
So use online dating in conjunction with 2-3 other ways to meet someone. Take a home improvement class or a cooking class or a writing class. Switch it up or do all these things in conjunction with each other. Really work on being approachable in any situation. Go to bars to socialize, to hang out, to de-stress. And it’s usually one of these: We want it all right now. We assume that if someone doesn’t feel the same way we do when we do then they aren’t right for us.
Feel free to post whether you agree or disagree with her assessment.
I got pricing from the hotel for the open bar and food, wrote the guest list (only 50 people from my side, immediate family only and friends from high school/college/life) called the church I sometimes go to and booked a tentative date, (last weekend of April, 2008) and called my uncle and told him to save the date. (Of course, it’s still in the early stages.) Every press mention my business has received has been clipped and hung on my bulletin board. Rock to make your own slide show.) My business has tripled in the past 6 months.
I made a slide show of my affirmations, using pictures of everything from the type of body I want to have to piles of money to a clip of someone reading their credit rating to the new apartment I want to have. The money flows in and, like with most businesses, flows right back out.
You’re basically setting yourself up to fail when you focus on what you don’t have or on people that aren’t interested in you.
(Remember the other suggestion I made up thread – Learn when to walk away.) The more focus you put on what you are lacking, the more power you give to that idea and the more prevalent it becomes.