Matchmakers dating tips for women

Matchmakers dating tips for women, opens new division in Bridgehampton.

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Janis Spindel has resided and set up an office in Bridgehampton 3 years ago, but has been hob-nobbing out east for almost 30 years, building her business with some of the most elite and respected socialites on the beach! Her success of 944 marriages has helped build not only a highly respected reputation, but also a worldwide business. What more could one ask for? Well, that's what Janis Spindel has been pondering over for quite some time now, what else can I do?

In the past three months, Janis Spindel and her team of cupids have been working diligently on building a new gay division that follows her present model, but welcomes all of those gay men eager to find real love with the help of the Hamptons Upscale Matchmaker.

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Dating Tips for Women Top 10 Mistakes Women Make on a Date

The Top 10 Mistakes Women Make On A Date
By Carly Spindel

No one is perfect. If we were all flawless, dating wouldn’t be as fun. I know I make a million mistakes on dates and I share them with my girlfriends so we can all laugh about them afterwards. Half the fun of dating is the stories you get to tell your friends.

1. Stay Away From Your Phone
The biggest mistake women make on a date is using their cell phones. When you’re on a date, your cell phone should stay in your bag. A guy doesn't want to sit across from you if you’re on your phone the entire time. He wants your full attention.
2. No One Cares About Your Ex
Sometimes women talk about their ex-boyfriends too much. You’re in the present, so focus on it. Your date wants to learn about you, he doesn’t care about your ex-boyfriends. If you want a future with someone, avoid bringing up your previous relationships.
3. Don’t Eat Like A Bird
When you go on a date, don’t order a salad. Men like women who enjoy eating. An appetite is sexy. When you order a salad on a date, you send out the wrong signal. Salads are like beans. They’re okay to eat when you’re alone or with a friend, but not on a date.
4. Keep The Drinks To A Minimum
Some women think it’s okay to drink alcohol like it’s water. Men don’t like alcoholics. It’s okay to have a few cocktails or even share a bottle of wine, but you don’t want to drink so much that your date thinks you’re a drunk.
5. Confidence is Cool
Women sometimes act insecure on a date. Yes, we all get nervous at times. We are human. But men don’t need to see that. It’s important to always be confident. Nothing turns a man off like an insecure woman. Even if you are nervous, fake it. Remember that confidence is a sexy quality.
6. No One Likes A Pain In The Ass
Being difficult and demanding on a date is not an aphrodisiac. When you tell the waiter to hold the sauce or put something on the side, you’re allowing your date to think that you’re annoying. You want to turn a man on, not scare him away.
7. Show A Little Skin – But Not Too Much
On a date, many women often forget to dress sexy. When you meet your man, you should look and feel like a celebrity. Business casual is not hot. When your date looks at you, you want him to be in awe.
8. Be Nice
Nothing makes a man want to run away like a rude and impolite woman. Think of your manners like your wallet. When you leave your home you wouldn’t walk out without your wallet. So, don’t go anywhere without your manners.
9. Gaze Into His Eyes
Many people don’t make eye contact. Some women stare at a man’s forehead, his watch, or his even his hair. Don’t make that mistake! You don’t want him to think you’re daydreaming or worrying about what you have to do at work the next day. Look right into his eyes so he knows you mean business.
10. Don’t Be Too Aggressive
Last but not least, some women like to make the first move. Once you’re in a relationship it’s important to be aggressive, but not when you’re first dating. Let him be the man. If he likes you, I promise he’ll kiss you.



Matchmaking Ideas for What to Eat on a Date

First date food choices are tricky. At least I think so. I’m a very picky and boring eater, so restaurants with interesting menus don’t appeal to me. Put a piece of grilled chicken on a plate with some sautéed veggies, and I’m happy. This week my Matchmaker mom gave me the task of coming up with a menu of what not to eat on a first date. I gave it some thought and came up with 4 top choices.

Food #1: Salad

Rule #1 of dating – don’t ever order a salad. There are very few guys that like to date a girl with eating issues, and ordering a salad as your meal sends the wrong signals. My dating coach says that men are attracted to women who like to eat, and I agree. An appetite is sexy. A guy wouldn’t ask you to join him for dinner if he wanted to watch you order something extremely healthy. When your date reflects on your time together, you don’t want him to remember you as “the girl who ordered a salad.”

Food #2: Spaghetti

I personally love pasta. I think it’s delicious and a safe choice price wise. You don’t want to order something too expensive, and pasta is usually priced just right. However, there’s a big difference between pasta and spaghetti. Pasta, such as penne, can be eaten politely and perhaps with some sex appeal. Spaghetti on the other hand, makes a mess regardless of how you eat it. Even if you use a spoon to twirl the spaghetti, it can still splatter all over you. You want to turn your date on, not have him think you’re a slob.

Food #3: Chicken Wings

Recently, barbecue restaurants have become pretty popular. I’m not sure how many first dates would end up at a barbecue restaurant, but just in case, stay away from the chicken wings. You might think it’s sexy to eat with your hands and get all messy, but it’s not. No guy wants to look at a girl with sauce all over her face, unless of course it’s his “special sauce.”

Food #4: Spinach and leafy greens

On a date it’s wise to stay away from all greens. Greens are in the same category as beans. Eat them by yourself or with a girlfriend, but don’t ever order them on a date. Spinach in particular is tricky because it can get stuck in your teeth. Nothing would be more embarrassing than to have food stuck in your teeth on a first date. When you flash your signature smile, you want your date to see your pearly whites, not a chunk of spinach. After all, you don’t want to be known as the girl who had food stuck in her teeth all night.



Dating Advice: Things I CAN Live Without

This section of Janis Spindel’s dating advice course was really hard for me because I don’t like to give anything up. The top 3 things I can live without are: taking taxi’s, going out to dinner during the week, and seeing movies in theaters. In an effort to make a social budget for myself, I had to cut back on some costs to allow money for my new beauty budget. If I only take taxi’s Friday and Saturday nights, go out to dinner only on the weekends, and stop seeing movies in the theater, I will save a lot of money! This course is all about prioritizing, and lets face it, it is much more important to make sure my hair and nails look great than to take a cab. The subway is a great place to meet people – and with my hair and nails in perfect shape I’m sure to feel very approachable.
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