“Strolling through twinkling city squares or enjoying cocktails in a beautifully adorned hotel lobby adds to the experience.
Choose a restaurant you know goes to great lengths to create a festive mood and follow dinner with a holiday symphony or ballet,” she suggests.
It was a pretty unconventional first date, but it worked,” Kimberly explains.
“When they arrived at their destination, they realized their families lived very close, and they shared mutual family friends.
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Stay active, be present, and enjoy the unique moments the holidays create with the people you love.Patty describes a client situation where a new couple recently found a holiday halfway point to rendezvous, “I work with a woman in Austin who is currently seeing a beau in California.They’ve just finalized plans to ring in the New Year together in Telluride, CO.Of course, a cozy fire and snuggling on the couch with a classic Christmas movie can change all that if you’re feeling the chemistry.Sometimes “holidating” can propose logistical challenges. Kelleher senior matchmaker Patty Russell reminds, “Try to be patient and respectful of other people’s family commitments and travel plans.” Planning dates early in the week keep those key evenings free for family commitments and holiday parties where you might not be ready to bring along a new date.