Tinder, Match, Eharmony, Okcupid, J-Date, Christian Mingle...the list goes on and on.
Does anyone meet organically anymore in this era of e-everything?
My last relationship ended almost a year ago - since then I've had some variety of involvements, all of which have been initiated primarily by Tinder.
Tinder is a very simple and efficient way to make connections and find people that you may want to have a date with...or perhaps something else. Some may even say that it's no different than Twitter or other forms of social media.
Well after being back on Tinder since December or so, I'm calling it quits...or maybe more specifically, I'm going to stop trying and use it for entertainment only. Tinder for me has been a good tool to meet dudes that are not emotionally or otherwise available - I think the efficiency of it lends itself to the pervasiveness of those types of folks using it.
So, I'm changing things up a bit and decided to join eHarmony so I could do a little compare and contrast. It's no secret I'm in the market for a relationship - I've done the "casual" thing long enough and it's exhausting.
I'm curious to find out what might be different about using a paid service versus a free site.
I will be posting my observations and commentary here - feel free to follow along.