"Every time you go out, stop looking at your phone,” Frankel says.
“Engage everyone in conversation, whether it’s a man or a woman. When people ask how your weekend was, let them know that you had a great weekend but say you are still looking to meet someone.
But you’re not going to meet anyone if you’re not forcing yourself to get out there.You have to be open to finding someone and change your body language to say you are approachable.All you have to do is make eye contact and say hello.Online is a really big network of people and just because you don’t want to be online doesn’t mean you don’t want to meet people who are. be willing to put yourself out there with friends and to be set up.It’s a nice place to start and it’s important to be vulnerable." Michelle Frankel of NYCity Matchmaking agrees that Meetup events are the way to go.We meet men everywhere and anywhere, from Starbucks, to Verizon, to the shoemaker, to the carwash, to the gym.You don’t have to be online, because for many people online dating doesn’t work for them.Now searching for singles near you has become easier than ever. To help keep you up to date and ready to date, here's a list of some of the hottest apps for singles.All eligible bachelors and bachelorettes click through!If your goal is a long-term relationship or marriage, don’t jump too quickly. I think we’re in the era where unless it’s a perfect date, people move on.Ten, 15, 20 years ago, if a relative said they were going to set you up, you got excited and gave it a shot.