The journey we've had to go on and sacrifices we've had to make to get here mean we cannot introduce anything into our lives which might knock us off course and send us in a different (maybe the wrong) direction.
Humans have never been so easily connected to so many people around the world than now with the advent of social media.
Two years in Silicon Valley, two years I've been single.
I find dating in Silicon Valley harder than it was in London.
We set high expectations for ourselves because we think we are amazing.
On tonight's episode of When Sarah finds out she takes revenge on Jay by making him wet (not the kind you are thinking).
Maybe it's because I'm older and uglier, but I know I'm not alone.
I live with five single men, all in tech, all looking for love and all finding it difficult in the land of html 5 and java script. We are all technologically savvy, creative people who are dialed into the latest apps and sites for dating and not afraid to try them out in real-life.
Heck, we even hacked together a video dating site over a weekend, unsatisfied with the current online-dating market. We could write a doctrine on the problems with online dating: people making fake profiles, being different than how they look in photos, the time versus reward of effort that has to go into organizing a date.But perhaps we should be blaming ourselves instead of the world around us.