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Dating at any age can be challenging.


Depending on whether you have recently become single after many years in a relationship or whether you have been single on and off for most of your adult life, the thought of jumping into the modern dating pool in 2022 can either be an exciting prospect or just thinking about it actually makes your blood run cold!! Dating is harder now than ever before. It's a minefield out there.


This is a very wide subject, with many different approaches - we are all unique (hence the varying emojis showing all kinds of emotions), but as long as you have done the work in making sure you are in the 'right place' to date, and by that I mean you love yourself, be confident and optimistic.


Then it is time to start dating.


Over the next few weeks, I am going to share with you via a series of blogs & vlogs tips and ideas on 'how to date';

  • how to get in the right mindset before deciding your dating approach.

  • Deciding what dating method suits you.

  • Preparing your mindset for dating.

  • Preparing your health, fitness and style for dating.

  • How to date: this is a massive subject. with many nuances.

  • How to date smarter online:

  • Other ways to get yourself out, social and mixing with other like-minded singles.

  • How to move from date 1, to 2, to 3 and so on.

  • How to keep a relationship going.


These are just a few subjects we will cover as every week more will pop up.


If you have any questions you would like to ask or have a particular subject that you would like to see covered then please contact me at info@select-connections.com.


Have a lovely evening.


Jacqui



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I hope you are all keeping fit, healthy and well.


I went away on holiday to Egypt in early July with my 16-year-old daughter. We had such a fabulous time together, and it was a great feeling to be excited with the anticipation of going abroad and having the opportunity to experience how other cultures live and their beliefs.


I returned to celebrate my 58th birthday last Wednesday, and I have been enjoying some lovely get-togethers with friends over the weekend.


I cannot actually believe that I am now fast approaching 60, and in my head, I am still in my 30s - but when I look in the mirror, the picture is far from that! It scares the 'bejaysus' out of me to think that if I am lucky, then I will have 20 quality years ahead of me, to meet someone and enjoy a quality lifestyle where one-off us or both of us is not suffering from ailments or illnesses that come with the ageing process.


I seem to use my birthday as a yearly review, weighing up where I am now and how I am now....


Life passes us by quickly, and we need to embrace every minute and make little changes every day to maintain our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. Live in the present, look to the future and the beginning of the rest of my life. We are all sometimes guilty of being somewhat fixated on the past, our mistakes, and what could have been, if only and replaying scenarios.


We are responsible for our own happiness, health and wellbeing.


Have you had a review lately?

Do you want to make some changes in your life?

Are you afraid to make some changes?


If you are answering 'yes' to any of the questions above, then you need to know that it is never too late to establish some new routines, replace old ones, make small changes, make big changes, whatever, just make one change TODAY!


If you need any help or signposting with trying to implement some simple but effective changes, then please email me at info@select-connections.com where I can either provide support or signpost you to get some fun and interesting ideas to help you wake up each morning with purpose.


Take good care.


Jacqui B x




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Much hard work, hand holding and talking go into finding our clients their dates, but when this happens, then it makes it all worthwhile. This lady had been scammed online twice, once for money and the second by a married man. She came to us downhearted and disillusioned. This is the best outcome we could ever have wished for.


Time to look for a hat!

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