Single people all over the world are creating virtual profiles in hopes of finding a real, live love connection.Currently, one in ten Americans report using an online dating site or mobile app to find a partner.Julie Spira, a pioneer in the Internet industry, became the first on her block to post an online dating profile.You'll follow her journey as she skillfully navigates the web, hoping to replace what she once thought was the love of her life with a This romantic tell-all memoir spanning over 250 online dates, is filled with heartfelt, witty, and hilarious stories.Julie Spira is an author and media personality on the subjects of online dating, social media, mobile dating, and netiquette.She wrote The Perils of Cyber-Dating: Confessions of a Hopeful Romantic Looking for Love Online. While attending Ithaca College, Spira, then known as Julie Evans, became the first female on-air personality at WAAL-FM in Binghamton, NY.
In her accounting she lets us share in her dates with The Architect, the Neurologist, and the Plastic Surgeon.I’ve never been to Uganda.’ I was embarrassed and the guy was not happy with me.He wrote back, ‘If it’s me you want to talk to, let me know.’” Such communicating confusion can and does happen, says Spira, but it’s best to simply laugh it off if it happens to you.While online dating can be more relaxing than bar hopping, the tricky part is getting your healthy, authentic self to resonate from the screen. Posting active photos will demonstrate your healthy lifestyle.If you’re obsessed with yoga, green juice, and meditation, you’re probably seeking a partner with a similar lifestyle. Fellow daters will see you in action and envision you hitting the gym or playing tennis together.