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How to Enjoy Dating

People who aren't in relationships during the holiday season might feel a bit self-conscious or lonely during this time of year as it appears that everyone else is half of a couple. Although this isn't, necessarily, factually true, it can feel that way, especially around the holidays and Valentine's Day.

Many people choose to be single as their independence is vital to their well-being, however, that is not true of everyone who is unattached.

Most people who are single date. Although some people enjoy dating, there are plenty of people who don't and who view dating as a necessary evil.

A Balancing Act

I, recently, told someone that I've never been older and I've never worked harder.  Of course, none of us has ever been older than we are at this moment, however, that's not exactly what I meant.  I think what I meant was closer to "Why am I working so hard at my age?"

I never thought of myself as a workaholic, in the past, and frankly, although I've always worked hard, within a finite amount of hours, until February 2013, work never overtook my life.  In early 2013, I was preparing the launch of my new company.

Unplanned Fun

Some of the best times that I've had in my life have come about completely unexpectedly.  Yesterday, after an exhausting day, I was sitting outside in front of a neighborhood bistro, enjoying a glass of red wine and my solitude when, all of a sudden, two younger women with suitcases in tow sat down at a table next to mine.  Despite the fact that it's never peaceful or quiet on First Avenue and 61st Street (in Manhattan) I was able to tune out the traffic and occasional blowing horns.
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