Blogs about dating men

16-May-2019 09:08

When I decided to start this dating blog, back in 2017, the first thing I did was google other dating bloggers to see what they were doing. What you mostly get is articles written by a bored web journalist somewhere, who did about ten minutes’ research to produce a list of the same sites that are on everyone else’s top dating blogs lists.

What sort of online dating experiences was I going to write about? If you search for things like Top Dating Blogs, or Best Dating Blogs, or even if you narrow it down to UK Dating Blogs, Funny Dating Blogs, or Online Dating Blogs, the results are pretty unsatisfactory.

They’re not actually dating bloggers writing about their real experiences. But I couldn’t, so in the end I gave up and just did my own thing.

A Dating Dad provides this insight in often funny, occasionally insightful and sometimes thought-provoking weekly posts, and was recognised when named as a finalist in the dating category of the UK Blog Awards 2019. She felt compelled to write about her newfound issues, her personal dilemmas of Modern Dating, and contribute her little bit to anyone who would listen, of how not to make the same mistakes.She’s even got her own ASK EVE section where she accepts all your anonymous questions, plus her new podcast.Eve’s blog wasn’t created to complain, gloat or judge anyone, it’s there as a tool for anyone who wants to make themselves happier, better informed and ultimately more confident in their love lives.Alice is at and on Twitter @aliceinwlust He lives alone in a London ghetto, and while his teenage daughters stay with him regularly, has somehow managed to balance the joy of family life with the serial disappointment delivered by Tinder and Bumble.He now knows why a profile including just headshots may not be telling the whole truth, what to do when a date creates an unexpected toilet blockage, and how to react when offered a surprise blow job. Despite these obvious setbacks, Bumbling Dad continues to hope for love.

A Dating Dad provides this insight in often funny, occasionally insightful and sometimes thought-provoking weekly posts, and was recognised when named as a finalist in the dating category of the UK Blog Awards 2019. She felt compelled to write about her newfound issues, her personal dilemmas of Modern Dating, and contribute her little bit to anyone who would listen, of how not to make the same mistakes.

She’s even got her own ASK EVE section where she accepts all your anonymous questions, plus her new podcast.

Eve’s blog wasn’t created to complain, gloat or judge anyone, it’s there as a tool for anyone who wants to make themselves happier, better informed and ultimately more confident in their love lives.

Alice is at and on Twitter @aliceinwlust He lives alone in a London ghetto, and while his teenage daughters stay with him regularly, has somehow managed to balance the joy of family life with the serial disappointment delivered by Tinder and Bumble.

He now knows why a profile including just headshots may not be telling the whole truth, what to do when a date creates an unexpected toilet blockage, and how to react when offered a surprise blow job. Despite these obvious setbacks, Bumbling Dad continues to hope for love.

Her dating posts range from light-hearted humorous posts, to thought-provoking deep‘n’meaningfuls, to reviews of dating books, apps, and events.