Lately I've been invited on a couple of dates... in the morning, breakfast dates. By breakfast date I am not making reference to a 'bangover' bagel purchased after a cheeky adult sleepover. The breakfast date refers to people asking to meet for breakfast in hipster joints all over London, on weekdays, before work. The concept … Continue reading We need to talk about Breakfast Dates.
Being single is often associated with negativity. Most single people appear to be a bit pissed at their situation in their pursuit for love. People who are in relationships appear to look at their single friends with undertones of sympathy. This classic portrayal is actually far from the truth, There are plenty of single people out … Continue reading Celebrating Singledom
In my previous 'Deal breakers' post, I discussed a list of my big no-nos in terms of attraction. I tried not to be too harsh to men in the post but I can see how it could come across as men bashing. So I thought I'd write a little post in an attempt to prove that I'm … Continue reading Deal Breakers Pt.2
When it comes to men, there are only two thought processes that flow through my mind, 'Yes' and 'No'. The more yesses a man scores, the better chance the guy has of me being interested, but a single no and I will never be attracted to you, no matter how hard I try, I just … Continue reading Deal Breakers
People often say that when breaking up, the best and most noble way to do it is face-to-face. Any other way is deemed as the cowards way out. I've never personally been a fan of the face-to-face scenario. Meeting on mutual turf is age old advice that supposedly makes it fairer and easier? Which brings … Continue reading Break-Ups