Another place to meet single women who have similar interests as you is through local classes.  Anything from a dance class to a cooking, art, or improv class can be a fantastic place to meet single women.  Why?  Because meeting girls in this environment gives you a shared experience to bond over.  Plus, you’re in a space where everyone is messing up, and that vulnerability will have everyone feeling close and connected very quickly.  This feeling of connection and bonding is going to go a long way in getting that cute, single girl interested in getting together after class.
If you’re not sure where to start, we recommend sites like VolunteerMatch.org and GreatNonprofits.org. They’re kind of like dating sites — you put in your location and interests, among other identifiers, and the site will find the right organization for your needs. You can also read reviews from your peers to get an idea of the kind of work you’ll be doing and the people you’ll be interacting with.

"I met my girlfriend Stephanie at a book signing for Karen Russell," he says. "The line was kind of disorderly, so I turned to the person behind me and said, 'I didn't cut you, did I?' and she said, 'No.' That was Stephanie. I said, 'So are you a big Karen Russell fan?' and she said, 'Yes.' I asked who some of her other favorite authors were, and we chatted briefly. She got her book signed, then I got mine signed. Afterward I turned around, and she was standing there waiting for me. It turned out we were both going to Grand Central, so we walked there together. We had very immediate, very obvious chemistry. We got to the corner where we needed to split up, and Stephanie said, 'I want to keep talking to you though.' Her train was leaving shortly before mine, so I went with her to her train, then jumped off just as the doors were closing and hurried to catch my train. I had given her my business card, and she emailed me the next day. We've been together for almost five years."


Granted, this is not an option for everybody looking for places where to meet single women. But if art is your passion, then this one is the jackpot for you. Keep an eye out for new art gallery openings or showcases. As for museums, a little research is all you need to get an entry to a session kept aside for patrons where you are served free snacks and wine.
To show women you’re the guy they’re looking for make your profile as fun and engaging as possible.  How do you do that?  For starters make sure you’re in the right state of mind when you sit down to create your profile.  If you’re feeling lonely, insecure, depressed, or anything like that, those negative emotions will influence the way you write.  Women will get that negative “vibe” and will move on to the next guy.  So if you’re feeling down go out and get some exercise, then take a pass at creating your profile when you’re feeling refreshed and energized.  By putting yourself in a positive state of mind you’ll automatically create a more fun, engaging profile.
There is a reason why the catch-all "public places" ranks last on the list of places to meet people. It's not only vague, but also the most difficult of places to meet people since you'll never be 100% sure the people you are interacting with are single and looking. Bus stops, laundromats, libraries, restaurants, bookstores, grocery stores and travel-related places (buses, trains, planes, etc.) all fall within the public place moniker, although there are surely ​many more to choose from depending on your specific lifestyle. What's to remember here is that you can meet someone special - anywhere, anytime, anyplace - and you want to be ready no matter what the circumstances
If you’re not sure where to start, we recommend sites like VolunteerMatch.org and GreatNonprofits.org. They’re kind of like dating sites — you put in your location and interests, among other identifiers, and the site will find the right organization for your needs. You can also read reviews from your peers to get an idea of the kind of work you’ll be doing and the people you’ll be interacting with.
×