Dating for Busy People
Sunday, July 29th, 2018
Farmers and many other countryside workers are famous for working really long hours and having very little time to spare. So it’s no wonder that many busy people do not think that they have time to look for a romantic partner.
We won’t pretend that it’s super quick to meet someone, but there are ways to speed up the process and to spend less time looking through peoples’ profiles.
Quick sign up
On Muddy Matches, you can use Facebook to sign up for the website. This will save you time by allowing you to skip some of the basic setup and you won’t need to remember yet another password.
Check ‘My Matches’
The ‘My Matches’ selection will appear on your screen when you login to your account. This section shows you your best matches based on your preferred gender, location and age. The list allows you to see your potential matches at a glance by showing you their profile photo, age, location, Muddy:Townie ratio and the first line of their profile text.
Save a search
You can also save time by saving more detailed searches that you can look through when you login to your account. For example, you can search for people who share your favourite hobbies, or who work in a similar industry to your own. This is a good idea as shared interests are key to building a successful relationship.
You don’t have to write an essay for your dating profile text, in fact, we ask that you write between 50 words and 500 words. A speedy way of telling people about yourself is to select your favourite ‘Sports and activities’ and ‘Other interests’ so that they will appear in peoples’ searches.
You can also save time by writing directly into the profile text box, as it will do your spellchecking for you.
You don’t need to commit to a full ‘wine and dine’ experience to find out if you are compatible with someone. Going for a drink together will enable you to find out whether or not you have chemistry with someone. Some people also swear by having a telephone date prior to meeting up, but other people feel awkward speaking to someone new without being able to read their body language.