Festive season preparations dominate any spare time in the lead up to family and social celebrations leaving little time to do anything substantial about changing your single status. Once that activity drops off, there is a combination of more spare time plus the lingering yearning about being able to find a partner to accompany you to next year’s celebrations and avoid the well-meaning questioning of your relatives about your single status.
Clearly, new year’s resolution thinking also plays a key part. Just as gym memberships spike at this time of year as we contemplate our new fitter self in the year ahead, so does the focus on finding love. For those that have stumbled unsuccessfully through the past year hoping to meet someone in a bar, through a friend or at work, the contemplation of a new year brings new resolve to try different methods.
With online dating becoming very mainstream as a source of dating success stories, those new to online dating are most likely to give it a chance in this key period of the year.
So why not join those new online daters that represent that 30% spike in registrations at this time of the year? You’ll join in the mix of new online daters, optimistic about meeting someone during a very social period of the year. There will be others like you, finding their way through the process and experimenting with different sites, the right words for their profile and the etiquette of online dating interaction.
Still not sure? Check out our post: is online dating for you?
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