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Top Tips for Singles; Stay Sane this Valentine’s Day

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Posted February 3, 2015 by Kimani in Love. Life. Erotica.

Love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is around the corner!  Decide to be positive and use Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to have fun and possibly meet someone new.

MarriageMaterial.co is a dating site launched in early 2014 by female entrepreneur Dana Michel as an online solution exclusively for marriage-minded singles searching for true love as opposed to flings or casual hook-ups.

 

TOP TIPS FOR SINGLES TO STAYING SANE THIS VALENTINE’S DAY

 # 1 Get a Wingman/Wingwoman

Get a friend to go out with you on Valentine’s Day. His/her job is to help you strike up conversations with interesting people. That person can be single or in a relationship; it doesn’t matter.

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#2 Select an Ethnic Restaurant

Organize a Valentine’s dinner at an ethnic restaurant.  Authentic ethnic restaurants tend to have the least amount of Valentine’s Day decorations because the holiday does not exist in many places.  Ask each person to bring a single friend.

 

 

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# 3 Be Open

Decide to talk to at least one new person a day between now and Valentine’s Day.   It can be as simple as making eye contact, smiling and saying “Hi, my name is Heidi”.  Don’t psyche yourself out!

 

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#4 Attend a Valentine’s Day event just for singles

 There are a lot of events for singles right now. The objective is to mingle: make sure to look for events with themes that interest you, so that you can increase your chances of meeting a like-minded date.

 

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#5 Love Yourself

You have two options – Go out or stay home. But being sad is out of the question. On the way home, stop by LeVadge Shop for a sex toy or two. Then, you should ready for a fabulous evening alone.

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Remember: You control the day, the day does not control you.

 

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About Marriage Material

A new dating site, Marriage Material, is not your typical dating venue.   Founder and President Dana Michel has created a place where only marriage-minded singles can go to find their true love. Plus this site doesn’t set limitations to sexual preference, race, religion, age or professional status; all people are welcomed for being matched.  The Marriage Material dating site has over 20,000 members on their site, and their services are available in selected areas. For more information, visit www.marriagematerial.co. To arrange an interview with Dana Michel, please contact danna@blinkpr.com.

 

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Dana Michel – President of Marriage Material

ABOUT DANA MICHEL:

Dana Michel, an Ivy League educated, single native New Yorker intends to change the dating landscape by offering marriage-minded singles, both straight and gay, a place to connect with others seeking a serious relationship. Michel states that the site implements a modern approach by ‘crowdsourcing’ love in much the same way as Facebook or Yelp. Her aim is to establish an online relationship community that reflects her life experience where people interact on a daily basis.

Michel’s “aha” moment occurred a year and a half ago when a friend told her that after a mere four dates, the guy she was seeing wanted to know if he was marriage material. He took their relationship seriously, and he didn’t want to waste his time if she felt differently. Boldly stated, Michel comments, “Why waste time? Men are very straightforward about what they are looking for. It’s seen as a positive; as being masculine. But when women do the same thing, they come across as shrews.”   With over a decade of digital experience, Dana Michel has worked in the advertising industry on premium accounts such as Pepsi, Cover Girl, Pantene and Viacom. And to her credit, Ms. Michel has been featured in The Daily Mail, Entrepreneur and The NY Post among other outlets.

For more information please visit MarriageMaterial.co.




About the Author

Kimani

A NY transplant in Florida, Kimani has taken on the task of educating the world on sexual health and education. The Mount Vernon native has seen AIDS and HIV spread through her community like wildfire, and hopes to cease the transmission of these and other diseases one person at a time. If you know better, you're inclined to do better.

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