I know it’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but if you’re single and hoping to hook a hottie by New Year’s Eve, it’s time to think about it. Of course, going into New Year’s Eve single is fun, too. But there are just some years where that’s not what you’re gunning for. If you know that you want to step into your New Year’s Even plans with a date you dig on your arm, here are five things you need to do.
Profile make over
You have to be online dating. Have to! And not only that, you need to change every single thing about your profile right now. It hasn’t worked for you yet! What do you think is going change? Spoiler alert: Nothing’s going to change if you change nothing. So, new pics! A new bio! And a new attitude toward messaging! Be forward and friendly when you’re feeling it and completely disengage by un-matching when you’re not. That way, you’ll only be talking to people you’re genuinely interested in and not dreading a million boring conversations every time you open your dating apps. No pity conversations for you. You’re on a mission with a timeline!
Start doing things you love more regularly and try to find an organized way to do them that involves a group. If you love comic books, go to readings and comic related events. If you’re a runner, join a running group. If you like a sports team, go to a bar that is affiliated with that team. If you’re getting out there and enjoying yourself, you’ll be more likely to meet someone you click with. And, being happy in your life is the most attractive thing possible to a new partner.
Spread the word
Tell everyone about your mission to find someone you’re into by New Year’s Eve and ask for set ups and introductions. And I really do mean everyone, not just your brunch crew of three girlfriends. Your parents should know. Their friends should know. The mail delivery person at your office should know. Your trainer should know. Cast a wide net and you may be pleasantly surprised about what you catch!
I’m a big believer in if you dream it, it will come. So, think about the person you want to meet and the New Year’s Eve you want to have. Really think about it. What is the evening like? What are you wearing? What are you feeling? What are the best qualities about this date you have? How is introducing them to other people at the event feeling? Take five minutes every day to think about what you’re working towards. It’ll put the right vibes out into the universe and help you zero in on what you’re really looking for.
Going along with the above idea of dreaming it, I really like the idea of planning to have a dreamy date, even if you don’t know exactly who this dreamy date is now. Commit to the New Year’s Eve event that you want to attend. And don’t just commit for yourself. Commit for this dreamy date, too. Buy two tickets to whatever it is and just know that you’ll have a great date by the time New Year’s Eve rolls around. This could be the exact kind of motivation you need to really throw yourself into the search!
Alright my single readers, I hope that helps those of you looking for a boo by New Year’s Eve! And for those of you wanting to stay single for the evening and play the field, stay tuned. I’ll have tips coming for you guys, soon!