“Use cues from her profile to curate a meaningful experience,” advises Gina Stewart, a dating coach that specializes in the online scene.
“Not only does this show her that you’re paying attention, it will also create a better experience, which could be the seed that allows a relationship to grow beyond the first month.” To help you plan the perfect date for your Tinder match, we asked Stewart and Edwards to drum up some creative date ideas based on different elements of both your and your crush’s profile.
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It can also serve as a jump-off point for a creative date—just don’t spring for tickets on a big, expensive show while things are still new.“It makes it very challenging to gauge if you're compatible,” explains Laurie Davis Edwards, founder of e Flirt, an online dating concierge service.The best way to determine if you’re a good fit for “Casie, 25” (and the best way to lay the groundwork for a lasting relationship) is to put a solid effort into planning the first few dates.This lightened-up version is made with a hefty portion of fresh, whole-leaf baby spinach, instead of the chopped/frozen variety, and a little bit of half-and-half, rather than the more traditional heavy cream. It makes a wonderful accompaniment to grilled or roasted meats and would also be delicious piled atop freshly-toasted bread.Anyone who’s ever used Tinder knows that it’s really nothing more than a numbers game.