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For starters, unlike many other dating sites, only takes a few minutes to join.
Why waste time filling out arduous paperwork and answering silly survey questions on other sites when you can get started on and begin browsing for new dates right away?!
Real talk: Considering the 200 different directions I’m pulled in each day—which include working full time; waking up with my six-month-old daughter at ungodly hours; cooking; cleaning; carpooling; bathing; co-parenting; dealing with temper tantrums; and still attempting to take care of myself—the mere of dating can sometimes seem nothing short of impossible.
Not to mention that in the rare and precious moments I do have to myself, it feels like a major risk to spend that time with someone I might never see again rather than catching up with friends, reading, zoning out to Netflix, or, you know, sleeping.
David is now my husband to be and we are now planning our wedding.