To each their own, right?! I’ve known several folks who married their Tinder match (way back before it became the hookup app) and others who met on different platforms. And in big cities, it can be helpful. More so, I think it’s addictive—this idea that there are SO many options…

But for me, if I was single and wanting to meet someone, I’d join groups—at the gym, hobbies, sports, professional networking, etc—not jump on dating apps. I’ve moved numerous times and have always found it easy to meet people by doing so thereby putting myself in a situation to meet someone who enjoys what I do.

After swearing off dating altogether, I met my partner at a young professionals network gathering over six years ago. A friend randomly put us in front of each other when she had to help someone else, and the rest is history! And that’s similar to how I’ve met all my previous boyfriends.

I love serendipity but believe me, I’m super practical at the same time. Dating apps also absorb an enormous amount of time—time I’m not willing to give easily.

More than anything, I think the key to meeting THAT someone is to fall in love with your own life sooo much that no one needs to fill it. Then the right person will come along… and even better, they will love their life too, so the decision to be together is by choice versus necessity.

My two cents 🤓

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Spiritual Guide. Akashic Channel. Intuitive Healer. Teacher. Podcaster. When we invest in ourselves, the world benefits. http://ahnahendrix.com

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Ahna Hendrix

Spiritual Guide. Akashic Channel. Intuitive Healer. Teacher. Podcaster. When we invest in ourselves, the world benefits. http://ahnahendrix.com