Picture yourself being relaxed, confident, at ease and enjoying a wonderful time out. Seventy-Thirty members are often coached on their body language which is an often-neglected area of focus. Don’t talk about nightmare exes, bad dates you’ve suffered, or horrible primary school stories. Intelligence is an attractive quality and it also makes you stand out from the crowd. Seventy Thirty’s founder, Susie Ambrose, comments, “Our clients come to us, the experts, as they share a desire for a partner and a committed long-term relationship.
Is the subtext of your communication or body language putting him/her off in myriad subtle but nevertheless powerful ways ? Our members value discretion and expect a top level of service in exclusive matchmaking, as they do in all the other aspects of their busy lives.” Jane Reid - Journalist, Editor & Emerald Princess of Slow, Sustainable Luxury Living - 18 year track record interviewing real icons for: The Times, The Lady, You, The Mirror and Country Life.
We all know that feeling of ‘always the bridesmaid never the bride’ !
So, for those of our readers out there still looking for ‘the one’, we thought we’d bring you the ten essential tips on first dates, with some funny, smart and wonderfully down to earth advice on how to be a great first date from our resident love and relationship gurus at Seventy Thirty, London’s most exclusive dating agency. Discussing finances on a first date is a big no-no.
Sometimes other areas of life must take priority, but sometimes you must recognise that you’re using this as a shield to avoid making yourself vulnerable and putting yourself out there.
My mother and her room mate in college used to give each other advice books from the 50's and read passages aloud as a joke. It's getting a high rating as a combination of comedic value and not mostly for the content- it's hilariously dated, and while there are a few practical things in it, by and large it's a joke to me.
A girl who doesn't want to be too obvious in her datelessness may feign busyness or an intense interest in music or her family, for instance to cover up for her lack of boy friends.
Similarly, a boy's interest in planes, electronics, sports, or what-have-you may, in reality, be masking his fear of being unable to win and hold a girl's attention.
She goes beyond the bounds of what is considered "nice" in her attention to the boys.
It’s a “not wanting to waste money on someone who isn’t worthy” mentality, and the saddest part about it is seeing women lower their value and conform to the popular “Netflix & chill” phenomenon.
Many agree that dating in this era seems pointless because men are only looking for sex and women only want the money.
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