New Year is the perfect time to set new goals and to make new resolutions. This is a fresh start when we can look at our life from the side and make some changes to improve them. And if you want to turn over a new leaf in your dating life in particular, here’s a list of life-changing resolutions you can follow:
Focus on you more
You deserve some love right now, and the best person who can give that to you is… you. The New Year is the perfect time to find a new hobby or pastime that can not only enrich your life, but can open you up to new people and possibilities.
Make new friends
Take advantage of being single by making new friends with all different kinds of people. New friends can introduce you to other new people, along with new situations and experiences. Isn’t it exciting?
Say yes more often
You shouldn’t throw away all of your dating standards and give every single dude out there a chance. The boundaries are still important, but if a person meets most of your standards (but not all of them), give them a chance. You never know what might happen.
Leave the past in the past
If you’ve been holding on to upsetting breakups and terrible ex-boyfriends, make this the year that you let them go forever. Think about past mistakes and make an effort to avoid them.
Be more honest with yourself and with others
Be honest with yourself. Understand what you want and declare it openly. If you do not like to communicate with a person, stop doing it. If you like somebody, just tell them.
Take advantage of the dating site’s features
You shouldn’t limit yourself to just a few aspects of the dating site you’re on. Benefit from an intelligent matching algorithm of Meetville and invest your time in getting to know and dating only those people who you are really compatible with.
Don’t be too picky
Try to be less judgmental about your potential dates or partners. Don’t form an opinion about them based on one photo, and go on at least two dates to see how you both really feel about each other.
Stop constantly searching for someone
Putting all of your efforts in searching for a soulmate is never going to make you happy — it’s just going to bring you down, and probably drive you crazy. Instead, focus on yourself this year.
Stop comparing yourself to others
When you’re single, it becomes really easy to look at other people’s lives and feel sorry for yourself. Situations can be different and sometimes the opposite is behind the beautiful picture of “ideal relationship”.
Such a small change in smiling more often will make big improvements in your communication with people and will improve your mood. Just give it a try!