I’m excited to say that I have a new booklet that describes the packages available for people thinking about a business idea, growing a business, or honing a business.
Over the past few months I’ve gotten a handful of emails regarding the question of whether one’s love life can be designed with intention.
As such, their thoughts on the matter of online dating, especially during love month, was deemed fitting for the occasion.
Alex said that although information about a potential date on a dating site profile may be limited and may only be about what the other person wants to reveal about herself, he believes he'd be likely to give it a try had he not met his spouse already.
Whitney Thompson, winner of America’s Next Top Model’s tenth cycle, launched a dating site.
As the show’s sole plus-size winner, Thompson’s venture, The Big and the Beautiful, is for (Tyra-speak alert) “fiercely real” women and their admirers.
Presumably, however, size-related preferences will still prove an issue on a BBW-centric site.
Before I start on today’s post, I’d like to thank everyone for the sweet and encouraging emails and comments about my new Business With Intention consulting!
Apparently Li Lo is a Tinder fan as well, but it got a little hairy during what she thought was a normal day of date hunting.
After reading Mari Ruti’s book, Melissa has kindly shared her thoughts on the subject. Let me start off saying that I am not an expert on anything, except possibly how to make a mean Whoopie Pie (Jess, Susie, Mr.
Lively, and the UPS boys can attest to this).Â I am definitely not an expert when it comes to love, relationships and men.Â Yes, I have been in relationships, two serious ones within my lifetime, and experienced the pain of a breakup recently back in August.Â Moving to present tense Melissa, I am single and ready to mingle.Â Dating is a rough scene to break back into, especially after being in a long term relationship.Â Jess gave me the book by Mari Ruti, and upon receiving this book, I decided to open myself up to what the book had to say, but also what I can take from the book and apply to my future dating ventures.Â How can I date with Intention after reading this book?
The site came about, explains Thompson, because her previous e-dating ventures proved unsuccessful.
Would-be suitors would either deem her too curvy or too petite, depending on her inclusion, or omission, of the “plus-size” descriptor in her profile.