“He really helped me to set a higher standard for the men in my life,” says Bulluck.“We had a great dating experience.” When you sign up for yoga classes, you’ll not only become more agile and flexible ( always a plus in a new romance), you’ll also make new friends.Tell your friends some of your "must haves" and "can't stands" and see if they know anyone you haven't met yet that may have potential.The reality is that a guy who is singled out among a group of his married friends is more likely to be ready for a relationship than a man who spends all of his weekends out on the town with other single dudes.3.Added bonus if you’re a guy: You’ll be outnumbered by women by at least 7:1.
Consider Where You'll Have Fun, Regardless Don't go anywhere where you'll be miserable if you don't meet a guy.(Obvious newsflash: looking bored or annoyed isn't the best way to meet new people.)The goal is to get outside your comfort zone, but to still be in a zone where you can enjoy yourself whether or not you make a romantic connection.Enjoying your life and focusing on not meeting new dates is ironically one of the great ways to meet new people.Did you finally meet that hot guy you’ve been messaging on only to discover that he’s actually a bloated, white-haired dude who reeks of cigarettes and looks nothing like the 20-year-old whitewater rafting photo posted on his profile?If you just moved to a new city and that disappointing scenario sounds like your dating experience, maybe it’s time to hit the streets and meet people the old-fashioned way: Hit the off-leash dog park and let your dog do the romantic legwork. Keep an eye out for flyers for groups sharing your hobbies and interests.