Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Date stacking: A growing trend for single professionals.

As a busy professional you would understand that time is of immense value. For someone who spends most of his day at work, one soon learns how to make the most efficient use of free time. And let's face it, Dating is the best recreational activity out there to take mind off the work. Over the last few years, the demand for single professionals in the dating game has been increasing exponentially as they have their act together and can provide a good financial stability in relationship. To make the best use of the time available out of the busy career, it is a common practice to use date stacking.

Date stacking, if it's a concept new to you, is simply scheduling dates one after another so that you get the chance to meet a few interesting singles in the same evening. My parents remind me that reading their youth, date stacking was considered immoral and was looked down upon. However the times have changed and it is socially acceptable to use date stacking as a way to get the most out of the your free evenings. However there a few things you should keep in mind while stacking your dates.

1. Make sure that your dates don't know that your are scheduling dates one after another.
2. Keep at least 15 minutes gap between the two dates
3. If possible try to meet your dates at different locations so that your romantic interests don't accidentally run into each other.
4. Even if you're having an amazing time with somebody, when the time is over you should say goodby. It is not acceptable to cancel the next date with just a 15 minute notice.

With these tips in mind, you will be able to schedule your dates appropriately without making them feel uncomfortable while hanging out with them. It's a skill which takes some time to master said don't be upset if you make a few mistakes while learning the ropes. Pretty soon you'll be able to stack your dates like you're able to stack your meetings at your workplace.

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