This month at Singles 4 Love

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What's happening this month here at Singles 4 Love.


August - Romance Awearness Month

When people hear the word "Romance" they tend to run for the hills. Being romantic can be difficult for some, and for others perhaps they have too much expectations as to what "Romance" really means. It doesn't have to be about extravagant gifts or expensive meals, flowers or chocolate. In fact, the most simple things can foster a healthy relationship. Why not try one of these simple thing habits to get the romance flowing.

1. Go to bed at the same time
2. Create common interests
3. Walk hand in hand or side by side
4. Make trust and forgiveness a default mode
5. Focus more on what your partner does right vs. what they do wrong
6. Hug each other after you see each other after work
7. Say "I love you" or "Have a Good Day" every morning
8. Say "Good Night" every night, regardless how you feel
9. Do a "weather" check during the day (Check in with each other)
10. Be proud to be seen with your partner

July is proposal month

So you've found the love of your life and it's time to pop the question. This might sound simple but it can be different for every couple. A lot of thought needs to be put into it like where to do it, how it will happen and how will they respond etc.

Many couples propose in winter around Christmas and the New Year but many more opt to do it in the summer such as in July when the weather is nice and they can choose a lovely romantic location.

July 4th is a popular date especially in the USA where this day is a national holiday and many people are off work celebrating Independence Day. Adding a marriage proposal in the mix makes it a truly memorable occasion.

When it comes to actually asking the question couples choose to do it in many interesting or extravagant ways. Hi tech couples opt to propose electronically others with a poem or a song but the vast majority say they prefer the traditional getting down on one knee to say the words "Will you marry me"

So make July the time to propose as there is nothing quite like a bit of summer lovin' is there.

June - travel picnic and wedding month

June the start of summer and with the warm weather it's time to escape to the great outdoors. Taking your date on a picnic or on a travel adventure is a great way to spend more time in each other's company where the romance is sure to blossom.

Traditionally the month of June is the most popular time to marry and even today it's still a very common month. June was named after the Goddess Juno who was said to be the protector of women in all aspects of life especially childbearing and marriage.

Having a marriage in Juno's month has always been considered to be most auspicious and was thought that the couples married in June would be blessed with prosperity and happiness.

It's A-MAY-Zing May

Well we survived Valentine's day started spring and still single. But fear not the evenings are getting lighter, it's getting warmer and that means it's time to get out and about. We suggest joining a club to meet new people where you can take part in activities outdoors such as becoming a member of a walking or hiking club. With lots of fresh air and exercise you will also feel better about yourself and become fitter as a result.

If you're really energetic how about joining a running club where you're sure to meet lots of singles having fun doing something you all enjoy. A hobby that's really growing at the moment is cycling and the Tour De Yorkshire takes place between the 3rd and 6th May. So take advantage of the outdoors and the warmer weather and get out there to meet some new people.

Don't be a dating fool this April

April is the moth of April Fool's day. Don't get tricked this April 1st by pesky pranksters. When it comes to dating don't be a fool get out there and start meeting new people.

The days are getting longer and the weather is getting warmer. Go for a walk take the dog out, go running or cycling. You never know who you might bump in to on your travels.







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