The dating game has changed dramatically since I first started writing this blog. This article from the Sydney Morning Herald really tells it how it is.
“‘Our generation of women is constantly told to have high self-esteem, but it seems that the women themselves are at risk of ego-tripping themselves out of romantic connection,” she writes. She acknowledges she made a mistake not looking for a spouse in her 20s, when she was at her most desirable. She advises thirtysomething women to look for Mr Good Enough before they have even less choice. ”They are with an ’8′ but they want a ’10′. But then suddenly they’re 40 and can only get a ’5′!’”
After reading the article, what are your thoughts? Post in the comments below. This is good news for guys!
I just read a fascinating article over at the New York Times on using real estate data for knowing the best places to find single women live.
It’s an interesting read even if it doesn’t directly apply to your dating habits, or if you’re not in a good position to move. You can always drive to the closest suburb around with a better ratio, or even target your online dating zipcode to a another less male area for more results in your searches.
“In Washington, D.C., women often complain about the lack of available men. On the other hand, “Man Jose” gets that nickname for having too few available women for the men of Silicon Valley. But is it fact or fiction? In love, as with real estate, it’s better to get the inside scoop before you start your search.”
Read the whole article at The New York Times