Soon2BeCatLady and Andrew Lee are joined by Lumber-sexual Jack Tomczak, and they go over a fascinating list of online dating tips for twenty-somethings and discuss whether asking your girlfriend's parents for permission to propose is outdated or not. We want YOUR thoughts! Send them to email@example.com
Soon2BeCatLady and Drooly are joined by JayJay (aka SweetChords) and hear his take on how dating hasn't changed (while simultaneously explaining how dating has changed.)
They also discuss dating on a budget, and how to change a man.
Soon2BeCatLady and Andrew are joined by Jack Tomczak and Ken "No" on this week's Nothing In Common. They discuss the top 10 most romantic states, per MyFitness Pal, adding your income to your online dating profile, making the first move and questions to ask that may give you insight you wouldn't expect.
Soon2BeCatLady, Andrew and guest panelist Deric talk all things Valentine's Day in this week's episode of Nothing In Common.
What if your girlfriend tells you not to get her roses, or chocolate, or jewelry?
What if you don't "believe" in Valentine's Day?
WHAT IF YOU ARE GOING TO DIE ALONE WITH CATS?!?!?!? (Or be alone on S.A.D?)
Soon2BeCatLady and Andrew Lee got some intense listener questions in this week, including how to handle being the only singleton if your group of friends, and what happens when the term "hanging out" completely replaces the term "dating."
In a sheer act of desperation, Soon2BeCatLady signed up for an Invisible Boyfriend and tells Andrew Lee all about him. He's wonderful. Life is perfect.
Soon2BeCatLady, Andrew Lee and Jack Tomczak discuss the Coffee Meets Bagel girls turning down 30 million dollars from Shark Tank. They also discuss how to have serious conversations when a couple consider themselves to be non-confrontational.
And -- is 2 months of dating too soon to be buying a house together? If not, should you say something?
Soon2BeCatLady, with the help of Andrew Lee and Meg Grupa, answer listener questions regarding sharing hesitations, and non-romantical (yes, it's a word!) relationships!