Everyone loves happy hour with your girls, or guys' night out, but approaching large groups of friends can be a little intimidating.
Make yourself more approachable and pop into a nearby restaurant or bar for a post-work drink.
We've all been there, unfortunately: swiping left and right to no avail on what seems like a million new dating apps. Put your phone down, give your thumb a break and try meeting people in the real world by trying out the below.
With each failed attempt, you can't help but wonder, “How did people even meet back in the old days (the 1990s)? Take a page out of your college playbook by joining the post-grad version of intramurals.
Although it can sound a little ridiculous and pretentious on reality TV, rolling up your sleeves for a good cause is a great way to meet new people, and chances are, they'll have a few good qualities you'd want in a S/O.
Whether you're boxing up meals for Hunger Busters, or getting dolled up for the Dallas Autumn Ball, you can easily strike up a conversation with someone new and know you already have a few things in common.
Themed or not, there are frequent bar crawl events that roll through Dallas, and we highly encourage you sign up for the next one!
Test your trivia skills with a little friendly competition at one of the many pub quiz nights Dallas restaurants regularly host.The Dallas Comedy House teaches improv classes, which can help you gain confidence about talking to new groups.If you don't meet someone in your class, you'll definitely feel more at-ease approaching someone new while you're out.That's because dating apps have only ever been known to facilitate meetings with strangers -- and because 15% of American adults today online date -- numbers that have nearly tripled since 2013.I'm among you -- I met my boyfriend Jeremy on Match a year and three months ago (definitely not counting), "matching" thanks to our shared affinity for country music, running, and ill-humored television.From softball to kickball to soccer, there are plenty of opportunities to join co-ed teams in Dallas.