His name makes me chuckle because it’s a bit silly, but it shows he has some imagination and already I know I have something in common with him.
Frank number two is making his username work hard for him rather than wasting this great opportunity to attract people from the get-go. How much easier would it be to send him an email than the first Frank? But also, crucially, it’s going to be much, much easier to remember the name of the second Frank, so if you want to find him again the next time you’re online, you will. Have a look back at some of the things you came up with about yourself last week.
After five years of personal development I can confidently say that mindfulness is perhaps the most important skill I have learned in regards to self-mastery.
Not just sitting meditation but a practical everyday kind of mindfulness.
If you've decided to try internet dating after your divorce, the best place to begin is by writing your online dating profile.
There is actually an art to writing a good profile that generates the right kind of click.
It is worth spending a bit of time trying to find the right one – first impressions count, and this is the first thing people read about you.
If you have tried online dating before, you will probably be aware that there are a lot of bad usernames out there.
It’s unique, shows leadership, oozes confidences and made me laugh out loud, twice.
A recent study showed that words such as "skiing", "yoga" and "the ocean" help men get dates; "sweet", "running" and "dance" help women get dates online.
"Electronics", bizarrely, works well for both sexes.
sparse in the north, I’ve taken a glance or two at online dating profiles.
You know, the ones in which men of all ages post a few grizzly selfies and attempt to promote their virtues to the young ladies of 2015: “I am that guy that every girl says she wishes she had, yet I have not found a woman who would stick. They’re all married or looking for one-night stands… It's similar to how a good resume gets you noticed so you get an interview.