Curious & Curiouser Podcast, Episode 67: 15 Tips to Make Dating Not Suck & Relationships More Fulfilling

This episode was such a fun one to plan out and to record, y’all! Tracey and I have compiled a list of fifteen dating tips, taken both from our own life experience and our professional knowledge.

And don’t worry! Most of these tips are just as useful for folks who are already in long-term relationships or even married, so the episode has a little something for everyone.

You’ll have to listen to the show to get the full list, but here are just a few to give you a sneak peek into what you’ll hear Tracey and me discuss:

Tip #1:  Burn your list

Tip #4:  Don’t look for your life partner

Tip #6:  Date often, discard early

Tip #12:  Sex is not a manipulative tool

Tune in to hear all fifteen tips, and then share your thoughts by emailing Tracey and me at curiousandcuriouserpodcast@gmail.com. Tag @cayly.c on Instagram if you’re listening to the show, and don’t forget to head to iTunes to leave a review and/or 5-star rating if you haven’t yet!

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Piquing Our Curiosity:

Stumptown Improv Festival, in which Tracey will be a performer. Go here to learn more or to purchase tickets. I’ll be there supporting Tracey. Come hang out with me!

 

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