" Another, an avid cyclist, met her husband-to-be on a bike trip in France.(On my one and only bike trip, through New England, the lone male I got to know was the driver of the sag wagon.) 5. Pick an activity that interests you — and one that's conducive to interaction.Caribbean Cupid is part of the well-established Cupid Media network that operates over 30 reputable niche dating sites.
And if romance does bloom, it may be hard to do your jobs when you're preoccupied with arranging "alone time." But relationships can take root and thrive in this fertile meeting ground.
My copywriter friend, Suzanne, started dating a fellow team member, Joe, at her advertising agency.
If you're in one of those groups, you're probably hoping to find your special someone — and wondering, Where can he or she be?
But take heart if online dating sites put you off, for many ordinary places make excellent potential meeting grounds.
As a writing instructor, I had an ironclad rule (unarticulated, of course! An editor taking the course wrote some poignant essays about his son's wedding, becoming a grandfather and learning to live alone. Think about splitting the rental of a group ski lodge or beach house.
I waited until after the last session, then made my move: "If you sell any of those pieces," I told him, "I hope you'll let me know. you can get in touch even if you don't sell them." He called the next week, and we went out until I discovered he wasn't exactly living alone. It's a great way to meet like-minded people — provided, of course, you like skiing or the beach!
Both were committed to their jobs, so they kept things secret for nearly a year, sitting apart at meetings and commuting to work separately — even after they had moved in together!
Ultimately, Suzanne and Joe decided to get married, obviating the whole "workplace awkwardness" issue. When my daughter's friend lost her mother, I invited the widowed father to brunch.
I happen to love the latter, so for years I bought weekend shares in single-parent beach houses.