Today was somewhat a mellow. I was not really in the mood to actively check my email or surf the web. But, I did notice that I received a few messages from the dating sites. I told myself that I would check those messages on Friday or Saturday. Any of those days will be a better to spend time to actively engage in this process. Today I feel more reflective and came to some insight about this newfound journey. I am actually proud of myself of doing this! Not in regards of “finding a man” or “seeking a mate, but, I realized it’s about personal growth, taking risks, and having faith. I really understand this is more about the process or journey, rather than the outcome. Each day is another discovery about self !
I’m actually looking forward to what new and exciting insights that I’ll learn about myself. Then I got the thinking, how does this relate to “romance on the web”? Well, it is helping me to actively engage in my 30 days commitment. If I can do this, anyone can! Especially, for those individuals who resonate with my previous philosophy of “online dating” (semi anti-online dating/ not a big fan of online dating). If you are someone who is reluctant to online dating, but, there is an inkling of curiosity to try… I think that should give it a try! It’s only for 30 days!… you may surprise yourself! I cannot believe how much I have learned about myself in 4 days!
- Don’t be afraid to take a risk. If you been playing with the idea of online dating, give it a try. If you are still hesitant and a part of you want to try it, think of it as a trail membership, try if for 30 days, lol.
- Find a friend or someone who trust who will give you sound advice and will be your personal cheerleader during this process
- When you decide to do the online dating, remember, that you don’t have to actively engage every day. There will be times you want to chill out , not in the mood or have some introspection.
*Heart Moments: Are reflections from the heart from the lessons that I learned during my experiences that can serve as tidbit/take-away wisdom as reminders for ourselves.