With Tinder becoming a household name in just two short years, singles everywhere are swiping right for love, or taking a pass by swiping left swiftly from the convenience of their mobile phones.Chances are they’ll enjoy that message in their inbox and you might end up putting a date on the calendar.Keep your mobile phone handy during your lunch break and stop at the makeup counter at a local department store and get a mini-makeover.
Log onto Open and see if there are any restaurants in your area and price range that you’d like to check out. I’m a big fan of online dating and it’s peak season for new members on dating sites. If you’re already a member of an Internet dating site, log on and see who has recently winked at you, flirted with you, or viewed your profile.
Jump out of your digital comfort zone and wish them a Happy Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to ramp up your flirting skills.
Go ahead and wish that secret crush in the office a Happy Valentine’s Day. If they tell you they don’t have a date for Valentine’s Day, be spontaneous and suggest going to a casual dinner or movie.
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