), which offers a built in icebreaker for striking up conversation.
Hang Out Where Your Heart Is Go places where you would want to frequent with your future mate.
If you're into cooking, check out the farmers' market.
Get outside of your comfort zone by joining different communities and spending time with people who aren't necessarily in your regular cast of friends.
Go to the art gallery with your coworker and the free concert with your sister and her friends.2.
Even if you can't find an actual human to date, chances are you'll at least walk away with that warm, fuzzy, "I just spent my whole morning playing with puppies" feeling....
At Yoga"Right now there's a REALLY hot guy who practices at my studio —he wears his dog tag necklace while he's sweating the whole class—and we always catch eye contact and kind of smile at each other. ) but I always have a better class when he's there and get excited to practice yoga after a long day of work." — —Ali, 24Yoga is a sensual environment to begin with—sweaty, attractive, half-naked people opening their heart chakras—so it's actually ideal for meeting people.
If you like sports, spend time at tailgates or treat yourself to tickets for a big game.
Don't force yourself out of your element for the sake of meeting a partner, though.
Invite the cute guy from the mat next to you for a juice or a coffee after class, and discuss your, uh, favorite positions....
At a Sports Bar"I like meeting guys at sports bars on big game days, because I Iove sports and it gives you something to talk about." — —Maggie, 29...
These are both valid points, but neither are reasons to not try out some of these places to meet singles on your own.