You get it when you get it.

Well, you just don’t get it until you get it. And then, when you do, it’s like waking up from a hangover and, as the cobwebs clear, wondering “where the hell have I been?” Where have I been? Well literally I’ve been in Los Angeles for the past couple of weeks, after returning from a […]

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Step by Step

I went on a date the other night that broke my heart a little. Though perfectly “fine”, nothing dramatic, no sparks, nothing unusual, there was no attraction (on my part), totally different lifestyles, and no reason, that I could see, to go out again. I found myself staring at the jeweled cufflink peaking out from […]

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The Irony of Letting Go. 

Shortly after starting this blog, which centers around dating, I stopped caring about dating. Ha!  Like all of the sudden I just didn’t care about figuring it out and making it happen. Any of it. Including the “you’re 38, are you going to have kids or not?” part. I really don’t know why, but the […]

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Break

I fell off of the dating and writing wagons a few weeks ago, in part due to my schedule and in part because after months of doing, I just wanted to be.  And in that time, as I’ve pulled away from too much thinking, analyzing, and planning, things have, as they do, just started to […]

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Well, that was fun?

So, here’s the thing about going on a bunch of dates with guys who you meet online and may or may not really be interested in for the long run. It’s exhausting! It was fun for a minute; getting dressed up, trying new places, meeting new people, and then, very quickly, it became a total […]

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To Swipe. Or Not To Swipe.

I ran from online dating for as long as possible, but eventually realized it was going to have to be part of my meeting people repertoire because…it just was.  Remember when you used to go out to a coffee shop or a bar and people would look around and interact and possibly make eye contact […]

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