Winter dating tips

RECRUITMENT consultant Samantha Moore, 24, has seasonally dated for the past eight years.

Dating in the summer is better for those looking for fun flings or intent on playing the field before settling down.

When in doubt, take a walk around the neighborhood.

Friendships are often great ways to get to know someone’s interests, personality, and aspirations before taking the next step.

Of course, the “friend zone” can pose a problem if romance is the goal from the get-go.

This can be confusing since the Internet is the most popular place to find first dates—specifically, last first dates.

That’s right—more people are finding their spouses on social media than anywhere else.

Sure, that number may have actually declined in recent years, but it still means tons of fish in the sea ripe for the picking.

According to Match.com’s 2017 Singles in America survey, Chicago’s singles place more value on consistent communication, liberal politics (or more specifically, those who voted for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election), and self-motivation than anything else.

THE clocks have gone back, which means one thing for some singletons – find a partner, and fast.

Winter without a partner is unthinkable for many, so they seek to be “cuffed” by a relationship for stability and comfort.

Sometimes, relationships are even shoved into more serious territory When it comes to Midwestern love, a respectful friendship is a terrific starting place.

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