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Looking for a long-term partner but struggling to find the time?
For instance, if I said on my profile I was an architect –yes, I have a real past life-, a site matched me with an architect that was 5’4 tall –and I’m 5’7. Sorry, I’m not looking to “walk down the beach under the moon holding hands” with someone!
Still, business and professional women –and men- might have some doubts about the benefits of going through hundreds of profiles that …
well, say nothing to you: Ugly, funny-looking, scary-looking, too fat, too old, and so it goes, mostly looking at how people look rather than who they are.
For busy professional singles, it can be tough to make time for dating in between meetings, conference calls and business trips.
It’s difficult enough to squeeze in time to relax and unwind from a busy workweek – making time to meet people outside of the usual group of friends and colleagues can seem like an exhausting challenge.
Dating has become a real nightmare for busy people, going through the motions, forcing yourself to go to bars or boring single events, having blind-dates, friends’ introductions, God help me! Being my work such an important part of my life, I always felt that the possibility of finding someone with common work interests was the key to compatibility, even a good way to start a conversation or to share views.