Quite a few of our clients tell us that they’re so busy with work, that they’re simply “just too busy to date”. With a hectic schedule, it’s understandable that your dating life may be squeezed for time, but that’s no excuse for it to be non-existent!
Sound familiar? Then let’s start by looking at where your dating life is listed on your list of priorities from the most important to the least important. If you’re honest with yourself, you may realise that there are more things taking over your dating life.
To get pro-active with your dating life, you need to make the conscious decision to invest time and make it a priority. Instead of rearranging dates, make the choice to put them first. Yes, it will mean compromise as other priorities are pushed down the list. But, it’ll be worthwhile if you invest a little bit more of your time.
Think about how many dates can you realistically commit to each month. Even if it’s just one or two, you’ll no doubt welcome the change to your schedule. After all, the reason you’re doing this is to bring more personal time and fun into your life.
Knowing what you want is important, so set some goals, like getting in touch with a few people each week that you’re interested in or going on a certain amount of dates per month. Your time is valuable, so make sure that any conversations you strike up or dates you arrange are worth your time.
Don’t just dismiss a potential date if you’re struggling for time. It doesn’t have to be hours meeting someone. A coffee or quick lunch is a great idea for when you don’t have a lot of time to spare. Or, you could maybe share a common interest, like a stroll in the park, so you use your time effectively.
Every opportunity for free time that you do have, take advantage of it and get out there! You never know who you might meet and where it will take you.
If you really find yourself with limited time to focus on your dating efforts, then let our experienced team help you find a like-minded partner with our bespoke service.