It was so refreshing to hear that there are talented and single people out there that I might not have met yet.
Routine and security are boring and abhorrent to me. Spontaneity and living in every moment of every day is my oxygen.
I love all things natural; food,my surroundings,people and experiences. My goal this year is to get back on my feet :) just thought I'd give this and try to have some one to talk to :) I enjoy any thing out side.
It can be hard to turn it off sometimes, so if I’ve ever cornered you in a bar and given you random unsolicited advice, I apologize.
This week I found myself giving the same piece of advice over and over to people in different worlds about different things, but it all boiled down to one simple tenant: Do more of what you’re good at, and lean on people who are amazing at what they do.
Not because they are awkward or strange people, but because dating doesn’t come naturally to everyone.
There are some extroverts (like the ones I talked about last week) who love to date, and can talk to anyone, anywhere about almost anything. Luckily there are a handful of people in southern Maine who are natural connectors, and they have decided (after helping all of their best friends find wicked good relationships) that they should create a business to help other people (who perhaps aren’t natural daters) find the relationships that they deserve. I had a chance to talk to a few of these amazing business owners this week and I’m not going to lie, even as a self-proclaimed “great dater,” they have helped me understand the art of dating and myself SO much better.
I'm currently an IT systems admin at a big Portland company but I've been a professional potter, a recording engineer, a medical equipment tech and a network tech.
I spend most of my day as a health coach, digital strategy consultant, and human being giving advice.
They were highly skilled and talented, but had never in 30 years had to look for a job, so they leaned on her for her connections. On the flip side, people who are great daters aren’t necessarily good in long-term relationships. She specializes in working one-on-one with people who have been in long-term relationships, are talented, respected, and live life to the fullest.