Users' dating stories are retold in gory detail on the blog-a-log, and rarely do the five writers (who rotate and are voted off based on reader responses) disappoint.
I find Brooks' ability to pick up stories before the rest of the dating bloggers do to be refreshing, although most of the time the posts are merely quick re-hashings of other blogger posts.
Still, it's a great place to visit if you want to stay on top of the dating business in a succint format.
More » Evan Marc Katz, author of "I Can't Believe I'm Buying This Book: A Commonsense Guide to Internet Dating" (Buy Direct), and "Why You're Still Single" (Buy Direct) has one of the best dating blogs going right now.
Katz avoids the mainstream dating press releases, instead focusing on providing advice to his readers on a myriad of dating and relationship topics.
I have days when that’s all I feel like doing after work or a week filled with several uber-fun trips to the Looking for a new store opening, local book-club, knit-caffe, language exchange groups, is just a few ways to meet people.
I can’t imagine just pulling money out of an ATM machine for the rest of my life or even more than a year , or wiring money to pay my student loans if I make money here.
The answer is to make your own activities like find a yoga class, running errands on your own, get a hobby.More » Ok Cupid's blog sits firmly in the all-time-favorite dating blog spot in my head, and has for years - and would hit #1 on this list easily, if only they updated a lot more than they do.Having said that, there's good reason for their lackadaisical publishing schedule: no only does Ok Cupid crunch the data from their members and analyze it intricately and usefully, they also create fun and oftentimes eye-opening graphs giving their readers a better idea as to what they're trying to get across. I just wish it didn't take Although focused more on the business of dating rather than relationships in and of themselves, Mark Brooks offers brief updates about dating news from around the world that applies to both singles and the marketers looking to attract them.Perhaps because it can sometimes feel as if you’re being “observed” and you may often find yourself as the “go-to” person anytime an Italian friend/acquaintance has a question about America, Canada, Australia.etc.I have seen friends become a little being that I happen to be from a place that everyone has an opinion about, Texas, on how hard it is not to take things to heart when people make strong assumptions about where you’re from without ever having been there.More » Well written, quirky, adult, first-hand dating experiences culled from