There was the Prince, The Self-Help Gurus and, of course, Shauna. We have seen it all come across our doorstep, driven by hopes of finding a life partner, and it’s certainly been an experience for both me and everybody on the Millionaire Matchmaker
After five seasons, going on six, it’s hard to pick just three Hall of Fame contestants, but these three go down in history. Read more
Married ladies, if you want to spice up your marriage or get your husband’s attention, think back to the woman he took out on your first few dates. It can all be as simple as making it a point to look you're best whenever he’s around. Play up a favorite feature and throw on a sexy dress or a flattering pair of jeans.
Get yourself into the flirting mood by bringing back your sexiness -- get some exercise, spend a little time fantasizing about him, read Fifty Shades of Grey
. Whatever gets you feeling hot and attractive.
As a third generation matchmaker, I have seen my share of dating mishaps and triumphs. Men who bring friends along on dates, take women to places that no woman should go (like the junk yard!), play games and act foolish. Boys will be boys! I have to call out some of these TV moments because it is a great way to teach you some dos and don’ts in your own quest for Mr. Right.
Learn, ladies, learn! Let’s not forget that we’ve had plenty of women who tripped up, too. Read more
One of the best ways to attract a man is to boost your confidence and let it radiate. So, get a new hobby and choose one that makes you sweat! If you take up a hobby that incorporates a little physical fitness and makes you work your bod, you'll get double the benefit of feeling both sexy and confident!
Plus, can we talk about the hot instructors? Working out puts you on a path to sexy and
gives you another chance to meet someone sexy.
Here's the problem with Bridezilla: She's rude, she's ungrateful and she's not the woman he proposed to. If you've found yourself melting down, it’s time to get a grip.
It’s understandable that coordinating a party with food, music and likely a few hundred guests, plus the ceremony, the wedding party and rehearsal dinner, while juggling your job can be tough. But, you’re planning a party, not
a concert for 50,000 people with insurance liability.