From the advances that have created a multitude of online dating applications to conflicting dating advice that is often outdated, heteronormative, and limits the potential of authentic and enjoyable experiences. With Pump Up Your Profile, Rock that Date, and How to Pick your Person(s), you will get the information, insight, and tools that will make dating a pleasurable adventure in connection!Each workshop will focus on a different aspect of modern dating and builds upon each other to give you inspiration and useful skills for finding and creating nourishing relationships.Hill Country Conservancy currently assists with ten conservation easements.Each is annually monitored and assisted with resources to help attain conservation goals.Identify your needs and learn how to honor them as your non-negotiables Explore your wants and learn to be more flexible, recognizing them as negotiable Create a mantra that describes what you need in a lover/partner in a way that feels clear, authentic and empowering Develop a filter so you can feel confident about your choices, allowing yourself to feel an enthusiastic YES!Learn how to gently and compassionately end connections that aren’t nourishing and how to courageously and vulnerably invite deeper intimacy with the right person(s) for you!By confidently owning your wants and needs, you’ll know which relationships will be nourishing for you and worthy of your investment, and which ones are best to lovingly let go.This is the third workshop in the Dating Demystified series: Dating in the 20th century is arguably more complicated than ever before.
COPAGE February 10, 2012 The Rewards of Midlife Marriage – Jane Ganahl, Second Act September 28, 2011 Let’s Talk Live – Channel 8 News Interview August 2011 What is inspiration for you? Project Boomers, March 8, 2011 On Love: Jump start your dating life in 2011 – The Washington Post, January 5, 2011 Tips on Dating and Money – Meet Market Adventures article, August 7, 2010 Let’s Talk Live – Interview with Natasha Barret and Doug Mc Kelway, from News Channel 8, May 2009 Ask a Dating Expert – Radio Interview on ‘Mac Arthur in the Morning, 1039FM The Hawk Matchmakers, Matchmakers, Making a Mint – Washington Post article, September 24, 2008 Dating 101 – Washington Post article, March 7, 2008 Pre-Valentines Day tips (video) – from Channel 8 News, February 2008 (This large file will take a few minutes to load) Valentines Day Gift Giving tips – WTOP 103.5 FM News radio interview, February 2008 Getting Engaged: What to expect till you walk down the aisle and beyond – Chicago Sun-times article by Paige Wiser, February 2008. – article in The Gazette, July 18, 2007 Love and Relationships – Ask the expert – Alive 55 web site article – July 2007.I thought maybe the fillings in my teeth were picking up the frequency of some oldies radio station, but then I remembered I’d removed all my metal fillings years ago.Fascinated by these ludicrous words doing an endless loop in my head, I decided to check out the lyrics.His technical knowledge and past experience advising landowners has given him the expertise needed to help landowners successfully harness the conservation easement tool.Created by an Egyptian for Julius Caesar 365 days per year divided into 12 months Adjustment for the additional 1/4 day per year created a "leap year" every four years, adding an extra day to Feb The calendar averaged 365.25 days per year, but it was 0.00636 days off from the Egyptian The time difference leaves the Julian calendar one full day behind every 128 years Implemented in 45 BC by adding 90 days to the established Roman calendar Instead of weeks, each month was divided by 3 particular points: Between 45 BC and 1582 AD, the Julian calendar was 10 days behind the astronomical cycles Oct 1582, Pope Gregory XIII subtracted 10 days from the calendar to make up the difference Also made a century year a leap year, but only if it could be divided evenly by 400, causing 3 less leap years every 400 hundred years This calendar is one day behind every 3,225 years Changed the first day of the year from March 25 to Jan 1 Most of the Catholic countries changed to the Gregorian calendar in 1582 and the Pope ordered that the day following Oct 4, 1582 would be Oct 15, 1582.You can set these messages to arrive every 30 minutes, two hours, five hours or 12 hours.