Finding Love This Year


New Year, New Love … blah blah blah … we make so many resolutions and decide that this year is the year it’s going to happen … this year is the year we’re going to fall in love. Then, year after year, bad date after bad date, failed relationship after failed relationship you come again to another year. It gets harder and harder every year, not to mention lonelier and lonelier as others around you pair up.

So what do you do? Well, I’ve got some tips to help you find love this year … yes, it is possible, but you’re most likely going to have to do something different than other years, yes, you’re going to have to step into uncomfortable territory, but take it from me, it will all be worth it in the end!

Finding Love This Year

Love could very well be right around the corner! My happily ever after came out of nowhere with someone I totally didn’t expect. Love is possible. You’re not doomed to the single life forever but start by asking yourself what you’ve been doing in the past that hasn’t been working for you and what you could do differently. I’m here to help steer you in the right direction …

Top 5 Ways to Find Love This Year

1: Personal Marketing & Branding

2: No Risk, No Reward

3: Go with the Flow

4: Live in the Moment

  • be grateful for today and what you have now
  • enjoy being single
  • have a full and happy single life
  • don’t worry or be anxious about tomorrow
  • FOR MORE INFO READ: How Daily Gratitude Brings Love Your Way

5: Follow Your Gut

So there you have it, how to find love this year! No, you’re NOT unlucky in love! Love is within your grasp, now go out there and have fun!

Watch my CTV Ottawa Morning Live segment about Finding Love in 2018 for these tips and more! finding-love-this-year-ctv screenshot

READERS: What are your thoughts on this? What are you going to do differently this new year to find love? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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  1. The more you plan for something like this and the more desperate you feel, the less likely it is to happen. Instead of going into each potential date as a ‘all or nothing’, start treating them more casually. I’ve found much nicer partners when I stopped looking at them as ‘forever’ material and started just going with the flow. You put too much expectation on yourself and someone else. It’s bound to end in failure. You might not find your forever partner but you’ll certainly meet nicer people and have better experiences.


  2. I agree with all of that. I think as singles we often try to push for that instant gratification and often it doesn’t happen. How often, for example, did many of us see someone online and saw “that’s the one” only to meet and no chemistry or find out they weren’t as they seemed? I also think we often bypass people we already know instead of considering them.


      • I think that’s why I am generally positive about these things. I generally believe the friends first approach. Ironically, I do have a male friend I like but he needs to fix himself before it could ever work (and that is to say he wanted to fix his problems).


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