As Plenty of Fish employees, we’ve pretty well seen and heard it all when it comes to dating. We completely understand dating can be stressful at times and very rewarding at others! But sometimes, especially at the start of a new year, you need a little boost in morale; so today we put our heads together to compile our very best top expert tips to improve your dating experiences. You can apply the following tips to a first date, your online experience and your next relationship. If you have any dating questions you’d like us to answer, please feel free to comment on the post and we will try our best to provide the best possible advice!
The presents have been opened, the turkey has been eaten and the big day has passed. It’s December 27th, and we’re now in the middle of an odd holiday limbo – done with celebrating Christmas, but eagerly awaiting New Years Eve. And while some of us may be spending time with loved ones, catching up on work, or restoring peace of mind (and goodwill to men), Plenty of Fish is revealing another way UK singles are spending their time between December 27th to December 30th…you guessed it: online!
Larah Hunt, from the footwear retailer Charles Clinkard, shares her top tips for nailing your first date dress code this festive season.
We all know dates can be pretty nerve-wracking, particularly if it’s your first time meeting a new person. And, while your mind might be preoccupied thinking of the venue, activities and even how to fill any awkward silences, it’s important to remember that first impressions count. So, whether you’re planning on heading to a posh restaurant to wine and dine your date, or you’re wanting to visit the Christmas markets, you’ll need a stylish outfit to wow your date with this festive season. And here, I’ll be showing you just how to do this.
Christmas? New Years? Halloween? What holiday could it be…
Tis the season of Pumpkin Spiced Lattes and Chai teas; Fall has officially arrived. Summer was filled with late nights, and BBQs with friends and family, but now as the seasons change and the cooler nights roll in, September and October present a perfect time of year to slow down the pace and refocus your priorities on yourself, and your dating life.
We’ve seen the trope a million times. Danny and Sandy from Grease, Noah and Allie from The Notebook, and more recently, Jake and Amy from Brooklyn Nine-Nine show us the classic story of two people who are incredibly different but end up falling madly in love. So what’s the deal? Do opposites really attract, or do these types of relationships just make for an entertaining plotline?