“Live the Life You Love” is a lifestyle series featuring an expert-led panel discussion addressing a range of lifestyle issues from a single woman’s perspective. The topics will be as vital as planning for your long-term health and security, and as life-changing as buying an apartment or starting a business in a sluggish economy. Our goal is to offer a fresh standpoint, some genuine advice and even some hands-on assistance that can help make the difference in your life.
“Is This My Last First Date?” The Washington Post By Ellen McCarthy Rima Adler neglected her personal life because she was too busy in the lab until her professor (the father of a JDate Success Story) held back her diploma unless she joined JDate.
“After landing in Las Vegas…Bret said, ‘This trip will be even better than you’re expecting.’”
“JDate – you are the second best thing to happen to me since I moved to New York – second to my Russell, of course!”
There was a time when your phone would ring off the hook. You always had big social plans with parties to go to and people to see. Now, those happy smiling faces that used to …
The rise of interfaith marriage is a sensitive issue among American Jews, and now two powerful forces in the religion are teaming up to do something about it: rabbis and JDate, the top matchmaking Web site for Jewish singles.
Tu b’Av — Jews in the mood for love New Jersey Jewish Standard By Lois Goldrich Commonly known as the Jewish Valentine’s Day, Tu b’Av is a day to celebrate love and romance. A nice way to observe Tu b’Av might be for a rabbi to purchase JDate memberships for their single congregants, like Rabbi Kenneth Emert of Temple Beth Rishon did last year.
Study: U.S. Jews drift from faith Washington Times By Julia Duin A new study reveals that one out of every three Jews is thoroughly secularized. Greg Liberman, President and Chief Operating Officer of JDate, says JDate exists to strengthen the Jewish community and ensure that Jewish traditions endure through the forming of Jewish families.
His 50 First Dates (or in Her Case, 3) New York Times By Michael Winerip Baby boomer JDate Success Story Sheryl & Ron had very different dating styles before they met, but ended up happily ever after together.