Most have a variety of classes, activities and even trips. It will expose you to new people and give you a little extra pocket money to boot. Pursue your own interests — concerts, lectures, tai chi, cooking classes, whatever. You can connect with old friends and friends of friends — who just may happen to know someone in your area. "Look for things you're passionate about and attend consistently so that you have time to build relationships naturally," Paul says. When you meet someone you like — a salesperson or someone seated next to you at a lunch counter — take the initiative and ask for an email address. I’ve managed to cobble together a wonderful group of people who have helped me navigate my 20s over countless beers at many happy hours – but making friends just isn’t as easy as an adult as it was in college or high school.
I have no vision, so I'm trying to find apps that don't rely very heavily on pictures.Everyone's always talking about the difficulties of single life.How hard it is to find someone to share your days with, how difficult it is to meet someone normal and how confusing it is to sleep with someone you can't read.Bumble as a whole has 3 million users, according to the Huffington Post, and reported that there were 1 million swipes in the BFF feature during the first week alone.According to the same article, roughly 60 percent of those swipes were women on the hunt for platonic friendships.
I spent an afternoon swiping on potential BFFs, before matching with Veronica. I am pretty comfortable in social situations, but this scenario did make me uneasy.