This could be as simple as writing down a list of the characteristics that you are looking for in a partner.
Or, you could even come up with a name for your mystery man or woman and keep them in your mind when you write your profile.
You want to avoid any complicated words because a username has limited characters.
For example, yarn, purl, gym, yoga, instead of tunisian, fair isle, or deadlift.
It is an opportunity for a memorable first impression. Don’t’ try to put too-deep meaning into your mantras; the mantra should be a reflection of your personality, otherwise it will come across as unauthentic and contrived.
Headline word limits can also make things sound cheesy and cliché, so focus on using this space to make someone laugh or smile.
The creative process can feel a lot like having writer’s block; those are the moments you resort to “Iam Mike1234” or “Sunflowers1982” —plain and blah.
Step 2 – Make a list of simple, related words to your two interests.
The truth is that senior dating requires compromise in both directions.
Few men are going to look like Georgy Clooney and few women are going to look like Jane Seymour.
My name is Candace, a love coach for single, professional women looking for real, long-lasting love.
If you are at the beginning of your senior dating journey, you probably have several questions. I’d like to tackle the first of these questions – how to write an amazing senior dating profile that get’s you the attention that you deserve.
You’ve been around the block a couple times and know it’s important to write customized messages to each person.