Dating is like riding the tilt-o-wheel at a local carnival — nauseating, rickety, and about half way through you’d pay anyone $20 to let you off.
For most of my 20’s, this pretty much summed up my feelings towards dating. It looked like a good idea from afar, but the moment I was getting strapped in, I felt like I ate too much funnel cake.
But now at 29 years old, married with two babies, I look back at the good, the bad, and the awkward of dating, and I now better understand and appreciate the value of the process. I wish I could go back and give myself these ten pieces of advice so that I could’ve done dating better.
To read these ten tips on dating, head over to Ally Vesterfelt’s amazing website where I have the honor of guest-posting today. Ally is an amazing writer. Especially about dating. So once you’re there, layout a beach chair because you’re going to want to stay awhile.