On my way home it occurred to me that the art of making challah is a lot like dating! So, here are seven things to remember about baking challah that may just help you to become a better dater!
We have all been fed images by the media of the happily married couple with two kids who are enjoying the sunshine together. For many of us, these images raise a nagging doubt that perhaps our own relationship is not quite as wonderful.
I started dating a man five months after his wife died. They had been married for 17 years. He said he was ready to move on and love again. We both knew there was a connection. I fell in love with him, and he told me twice he loves me. Everything was going GREAT!
Well, I woke up this morning and suddenly his story had changed…
I am a very active 75-year-old woman who looks like she is 60 (so I have been told). I am a professional dog trainer, exercise often, and am very healthy. Am I too old to find a partner just for companionship? One who would like to have a quiet life style, or an active one? I enjoy both.
Everyone knows the old adage that ‘practice makes perfect,’ but I don’t know if a lot of people really think about how much that can be applied to date-like interactions, which can be really complex.
Online dating is a great way to find your Jewish Valentine! Yet despite having this opportunity at your fingertips, finding a good match isn’t always easy. Sometimes the emails just don’t come in, or your own outreach garners no replies. However, as a married matchmaker who found the love of her life on JDate, I know online dating can work! Here are my five tips for successful online dating…
We spend ample time dreaming up our perfect mate to fit into our almost perfect world, but when it comes down to it, do we stop to think about what we really have to offer?
But listen up, ladies: divorce does not mean your dating life is ANY DIFFERENT than the dating life of any other single woman!
When you craft your online dating profile, instead of telling people who you are, show them.
Depending on your situation and outlook, the best/worst day of the year is rapidly approaching. In case you forgot, February 14th is the day we celebrate St. Valentine. I don’t think neglecting the holiday and telling your girlfriend that you decline to celebrate by passing it off as a Christian holiday is going to fly with most American women! No matter what your current dating situation, I’ve included some tips for making the most of Valentine’s Day!