Last week I wrote about the top 10 online dating profile mistakes men are making (excepting profile names and photos—those are big enough balls of wax to tackle separately!). Now, as promised, I will …Read More →
Posts By: Beth Cook
Online dating isn’t nearly as simple as it seems, my friends. You really just have one shot to make an impression, or be dismissed and/or forgotten forever.
This isn’t Facebook, where you’re rewarded for …Read More →
This week, the San Francisco Chronicle ran an article titled, “Is San Francisco actually the worst place for single women?” …Read More →
Most people who have been to art school (and many others who have not) easily toss off jokes about what a waste of money it is.
Certainly, earning a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree (as …Read More →
I decided to do something very different this New Year’s Eve: I went to a conference by myself in a city I’ve never been to.
When I signed up, it sounded like a fabulous idea. What …Read More →
Almost every time I read marketing advice online, I can’t help but think about how brilliantly that advice would translate to the world of dating.
This week, I stumbled upon some fabulous tips from marketing experts, Read More →
Ah, it’s that time of year again…when we reflect on a year past and freshly commit to shiny new goals for the year ahead.
If you’re single or unemployed, it’s also the time of year you’re …Read More →
Word on the street this week is that OkCupid has a pretty short expiration date. A great guy I know said, “It seems to be getting worse and worse… I left …Read More →
How often to you think about your career trajectory? Once a year? Every couple of years?
I’ve found that people usually think about their career trajectory when they’ve had it with their current job. In other …Read More →