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Leave the first few dates to the basics, like seeing if there’s actually any chemistry.” “By the time we are in our 30s, we get stuck in our own routines.
Wait for them to respond and ask you out again, but once they have, maybe you recommend a new spot you’ve been wanting to try.
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I think we can all agree that dating in 2017 is a far cry from what it was for our parents, or even what it was a decade ago. I reached out to the co-founders of the matchmaking service The Bevy, Nikki Lewis and Greta Tufvesson, to get some clarity.
The rise of dating apps and social media means being able to stalk your date even before you meet them, and it makes for one super confusing and constantly changing dating landscape. There is, however, a group that has, in my opinion, been hit particularly hard by this shift. At this age, you don’t have the same opportunities to meet people like you did in college, and most of your friends are getting married or having kids and likely don’t have many single friends to set you up with. Here are some of their rules for dating in your 30s. “Building a life with someone involves sacrifice and work.