Last week, I gave you three rules for picking optimal venues to find quality men.
But I knew I could be more helpful. Which is why today, I’m listing 40+ ideal venues for you to check out.
But that’s not all.
I’m breaking this list down into 12 flavors of men you’d find yourself attracted to. This list comes from Ali Binazir’s book The Tao of Dating: The Smart Woman’s Guide to Being Absolutely Irresistible.
I know. I’m like Siri for dating. You’re welcome.
12 Flavors, 44 Venues
1. Outdoorsy and adventurous
You can find him at: Sierra Club meetings, scuba classes, motorcycle lessons, rock climbing, gyms, adventure outings
You can find him at: art gallery openings, art classes, museum lectures, acting classes
You can find him at: yoga classes, spin classes, fitness conventions, classes at your local gym, races (5ks, triathlons, bike races, etc.), running clubs
You can find him at: book readings, poetry readings, literature night classes
You can find him at: classical concerts, opera, ballet, book readings, gallery openings
You can find him at: University coffee shops, on-campus lectures, bookstores, book readings, book conventions, scientific or philosophical talks
You can find him at: dry cleaners, first/business class, the opera, charity events
You can find him at: yoga retreats, special classes at yoga studios, holistic events, Amnesty International meetings, Esalen, Omega Institute
You can find him at: Volunteer organizations
10. Specific nationality
You can find him at: that country, local events put on by that country’s consulate, foreign movies from that country, cultural societies
11. Specific ethnicity
You can find him at: ethnic neighborhoods, ethnic restaurants, holiday festivals
12. Single and looking
You can find him at: anyone who is ringless and available on Valentine’s Day, New Year’s Eve, at church or a wedding
The key here is to let your passions and interests guide you. Scout one place a week. Expect to meet your Ideal Man. Bombard him with signals.
Remember: if you’re not having fun, you’re doing it wrong.
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