Virtual Dating – The New Countryside Dating For 2020

Thursday, March 26th, 2020

Virtual Dating - The New Countryside Dating For 2020

Life is changing, and social distancing and self-isolation are the new normal. So, this past week, you may have been thinking, ‘Is it still worth trying to date?’. The answer from the team here at Muddy Matches, the online dating site for countryside singles, is a resounding ‘Yes!’. Especially when life is strange and uncertain, keeping on connecting with like-minded people and seeking out companionship is so important for our mental and physical wellbeing. Just as you may be adapting to a new way of working, it’s time to get ready for a very fun and new type of dating. And here are our tips on how to date successfully when you’re self-isolating!

1. Review your online dating profile

Now, more than ever, your countryside dating profile and what you say about your countryside credentials really does matter. All of those rural singles out there will have more time to comb through online dating profiles and really read what you have to say, so it’s time to take a look and make sure that your beautiful personality really does shine through what you say. And don’t forget to check your muddy boots photos as well!

2. Play the long game

We like to see the positive side of things, so we love that social distancing and self isolation means that you really can play the long game. Take this opportunity to have a good, old-fashioned period of courtship and get to know someone really well via our muddy online dating messaging service. You’ll build a deeper connection so when you do eventually meet in real life, you’ll have a great and solid basis on which to build your relationship.

3. Be open to new kinds of dating

Meeting in person for a first date is now out. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have a different type of first date, you just need to be a little bit more creative. We’ve created this dating advice feature packed full of fun, contact-free dates that will help you and your country love date at a distance yet still have fun and create a connection.

4. Take a break

With more time on your hands at home as outdoor pursuits are curbed and working from home means no commute, it can be tempting to spend all of your time combing our countryside dating site for the muddy match for you. Whilst we love that you love to date online, try to find a healthy balance and spend time doing those projects that you’ve always meant to do, read that book you’ve been yearning to read, and call friends and family who are close to you.