52% Of Singles Feel They Are Too Busy To Meet Other Singles

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It's Just Lunch celebrates "Simplify Your Life Week" August 1-7, 2005--Top 10 ways to simplify your life for singles.

According to It’s Just Lunch, the premier dating service for busy professionals with over 80 locations worldwide, 52% of singles feel they are too busy to meet other singles. It’s Just Lunch lists the top 10 ways to simplify singles lives in order to reduce stress and free up more time for dating.

1.    Turn your cell phone off. It’s amazing how much you can get done when your phone is not ringing.

2.    Don’t make your bed unless you have guests coming over.

3.    Have someone else set you up—you’ll save the time of setting up the date on your own.

4.    Have fun. Make time each week to do something that makes you happy—go to the gym, see a movie, get a pedicure or meet friends for drinks after work.

5.    Buy one expensive outfit that you look fabulous in. You’ll always have something to wear and you’ll make a great first impression on your dates.

6.    Have your groceries delivered. You’ll not only save time, but also money on things you don’t really need.

7.    Designate one day a week as your “date” day and schedule everything around that day.

8.    If you’re not interested in a 2nd date, be up front and tell your date.

9.    Hire a housekeeper.

10.    Do all of your shopping online.

About It’s Just Lunch

Since It’s Just Lunch was founded in 1991, the company has arranged millions of fun, first date lunches or drinks after work—an atmosphere where singles can feel comfortable with the process of meeting a new person. With over 80 locations worldwide, each day IJL arranges hundreds of fun, first dates over lunch or drinks after work at over 1,100 restaurants. With many introductions leading to second dates, It’s Just Lunch is the world’s leading first date authority.

Check out the It’s Just Lunch Guide to Dating in America for more tips on dating and lists of the hot spots in 70 cities across the country.

The U.S. dating industry is estimated at nearly $1.5 billion, and growing at 25% annually, with 110 million single adults in the United States alone.

For additional information, log on to http://www.itsjustlunch.com.


Alana Beyer



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