We rely on professionals for everything these days, from cutting our hair and cleaning our houses trimming the dog's toenails. So why not put yourself in the hands of professionals when it comes to your love life?
It seems there have never been so many ways to look for a partner — online dating, singles bars, and restaurants with happy hours, life coaches, museum events for singles and even matchmakers.
Jaimy Blazynski, The Date Doctor sincehas lots of tried and true advice for romantic success, and the wedding invitations and birth announcements to prove it. Blazynski says, "We offer personalized coaching, speed dating, happy hours at local Hartford area bars, and private matchmaking in which clients pay per "Hartford singles events" they go on.
We work with professionals and ages 25 to 35 and then 35 to 50 year olds. Some of the tips Blazynsky shares with her clients are "watch your posture, think about your life philosophy — be positive — you can change yourself, and try smiling!
That's when a similar number of men and women get together in a public place and pair off for conversations that last five minutes before they move on to the next table and repeat the process.
Everyone has a card with the photos of the other participants; they put a yes or no next to it depending on interest. At the end of the event, Blazynsky compiles all the yes and no answers and puts the positives together.
Blazynski says "we also have 20 other icebreakers we use — we are accountable for everyone having a great time. Another way to Hartford singles events start your social life and enjoy some culture are the social events offered at Hartford area museums and arts institutions including Real Art Ways and the New Britain Museum of American Art.
Real Art Ways, in a transformed industrial building in the Parkville neighborhood of Hartford, has been hosting successful third Thursday of each month creative cocktail hours for the past 12 years. Taryn Bunger, communications manager at RAW, says "we get a huge mix of people, all ages, all backgrounds, many singles, up to people attend our creative cocktail hour.
It is incredibly diverse and inclusive, and everyone feels comfortable. It is a cool environment with great energy. All different social circles come together here. Each month we have a different theme" and they offer drinks, finger foods and a chance to meet the artist whose work is on display in the gallery space. Similarly, the New Britain Museum of American Art hosts First Fridays each month "Hartford singles events" include jazz, light refreshment, drinks and activities, including food tastings and dance lessons.
The museum also has a world-class art collection to take in Hartford singles events time for chatting and making new friends. Museum after Dark — a quarterly event aimed at young professions — is another go-to event. Sarah Rohlfing, supervisor of visitor services, said, "We get between and 1, people attending.
It's lots of fun, there are food tucks, an art activity, and a DJ — lots of dancing also. If you are happy in an upscale bar, Bartaco in West Hartford is another great place to mingle.