We are enabling them to re-focus their time and energy on men who are serious about taking the next step.We are hoping to inspire all singles around the world to feel good about dating again. 28% of our time spent online is spent on social media.(Adweek) A lot of folks got rid of social media for Lent because it’s a distraction.“I do most of my dating in coffee shops, so I thought this would be the best way to find a man who shares my love of coffee.” Miss Adams hopes the stunt will steer eligible bachelors towards her profile.The special coffee cups, which are in use at Cup coffee shop in Glasgow, also include her name, age and interests, as well as her picture.
This can be hard with all the fake politicians and undercover racists lurking around, but it’s okay to be the bigger person.
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Some are getting avoiding it because of information overload.
I’ve tried avoiding social media, but it’s basically impossible to do when you’re a social media manager. For your own sanity, you have to unfollow the friend who breaks up with their boo once a week, and sends obvious subliminal messages, only to be madly in love the next day.