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New Year's Resolutions Dating Tips 2010

New Year's Resolutions Dating Tips 2010 - After the “Naughties” decade, we are in for a great new decade, or at least I feel like we are! 2010 is going to be the year of revolution in dating, with many new online dating sites and online dating methods. We have come a long way in the last 10 years. Whoever heard of facebook, twitter, myspace and the like in the year 2000 (Look me up on facebook and twitter)! These methods of contacting others has spread far and wide, and now we find that we just can’t do without it. Through my experiences with picking up in bars, clubs compared with meeting great guys on good online dating sites, I often wonder whether its even worth getting dressed and going out these days! Of course, it is always fun to go out with the girls and meet new people, and listening to new pick up lines is hilarious! I can’t WAIT until 2010 brings me some novel ways to meet new guys! Here is a list of My 2010 New Years Resolutions for Dating.

New Year's Resolutions Dating Tips 2010

1. Online Dating – Find an awesome online dating site and stick to it. I often move from dating site to dating site and sometimes I just don’t get it right. Often they are expensive and sometimes you just have a hard time even working out how to use them! I’m not the most tech savvy person, but I love meeting people online.

2. Being more receptive to male advances – As a girl, we get approached by guys all the time. I have heard it all, the good pick up lines, the bad ones, and the ones that make me just go, Huh? Well, I’ve decided to make it a new years resolution for 2010 to be more receptive. I know that a lot of my girlfriends have said similar things.

New Year's Resolutions Dating Tips 2010


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