Now that you've recovered from your New Year's festivities, let's move forward and capitalize on the remaining 363 days of 2013.
Doesn't seem like much time when you state it that way. With that said, don't waste a single day!
Now, you've just started 2013 dealing with a hang-over, an outrageous amount of money spent on Christmas, new taxes hitting, and possibly less pay coming in...so why not balance the entire equation by finding a partner to share home expenses with?
There are a myriad of ways of meeting and dating new people, but the absolute most successful way continues to be meeting that special person through people you already know. Obviously this is not the case for everyone, but the numbers show that this is the majority.
With that said, there are a ton of dating sites that you can use, and I may go into each of them a bit in future articles. However, right now, I want to quickly look at socializing. The bottom line is, you will never find a potential partner, lover, or soul mate unless you first socialize.
I know, there's the downside of socializing...rejection!
That's one very big reason people tend to socialize mainly within their social circles. In other words, you make new friends with friends of friends. Say that five times fast! These new friends tend to feel safer than brand new people whom have no connection to you at all. Thing is, with each passing day that you let a possible new connection slip, you're wasting yet another day that you could use to proactively grow you network of friends...and find that potential partner!
Regardless of how you socialize or who you socialize with, the concept is the same...you must get out of your comfort zone. Yes, that means you have to actually...talk to people. Yes, the dreaded process of talking. Which also means talking to people that you don't yet know. How else will you get to know them? How else will you ever know if they are acceptable as a friend or more?
Are you willing to do that to move your 2013 to a wild new horizon that you haven't yet imagined?