, Newburyport, MA


April 5, 2013

Boomer Talk: The Dating Game


Internet “meet-ups” are a great way to be introduced to new people. You can easily join one or more established groups. When you follow your own interests, you are more than likely to meet others with things in common. There are many types of “meet-ups” specifically for singles. They range in all sorts of categories from dining out or hiking to dog play groups. Or, you have the option to start a new “meet-up” yourself.

One thing you can pretty much count on: no new and potential mate will be walking uninvited through your door looking for you. Therefore, you might ask yourself, are you someone who wants to end their single status? If so, are you willing to take a risk and go outside of yourself, and beyond your normal comfort level?

It is finally springtime; a time to unfold, open, bloom.


Angelena Craig of Newburyport is the director of The New Aging Movement and a professional-level yoga instructor. Visit her website at or e-mail

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