In the summer of 2013, I moved from Boston, Massachusetts (population 4.5 million), to Hudson, New York (population 6,600).I made the move for a job, to become the managing editor of a startup print magazine and website called In the beginning, I was all about the rural. I liked all the empty space in my bigger, cheaper apartment. I was working all the time anyway, so I barely registered the lack of people or bookstores or choice of restaurant when I went out to eat with my small band of colleagues.First Wednesday, a weekly farmers market and Friday Concerts in the Park make great places to meet Mr. Rockville is a vibrant small city that focuses on bringing people together, so you’re sure to enjoy yourself while you wait to bump into one of the many singles.Maybe you’ll find them at one of the many retail centers or along the Technology Corridor? C., author Amanda Hess decided to move to Los Angeles in hopes of finding a better dating scene. Are you blaming your town for your dating troubles? I live in DC and I agree with this line from the article “One friend in D. told me that the scene can be so claustrophobic that dating online means weeding through a selection of coworkers, friends, and friends’ exes.” The network in DC is so small it can feel incestuous at times.
Not everyone is inclined to navigate three freeways for the chance to get laid, stone sober.
It’s nice to have someone you can trust, connect with, and speak to even if it’s not in person.
It’s nice to be able to look at your phone in the morning to see a text from him that says, “Hope you have a great day! Remember that you’re not stuck there forever You can always get out.
Play It Cool One of the most damaging dating myths is that playing it cool is the best way to attract love.
In my (many) years of dating, each of these three myths nailed me over and over again, sending me on constant forays into the land of “always trying, never good enough.” I’ve seen them do the same for many of my clients and friends.