One of the things that make dating in London, or any other cities, for that matter is the fact that it’s flat out difficult to find a pair. Why? This is because we live in a world where life career is almost always given top priority. Everybody is busy with work and business. Since dating basically takes time, people often put it off.
The thing is, we cannot do away with dating if we want to build a romantic and lasting relationship with another person. So how do you combine a hectic schedule and dating? How do you get the best of dating and pursuing your career all at the same time?
Take a look at the following:
Pursue your passions
When you have heavy schedules at work, you get to miss out on doing the things you love the most. When you factor in dating and the time it would consume, you would be left with a dilemma as to which you would prioritize. Would you go on a date or would you pursue your passions.
The thing is, it does not have to be a problem. Why don’t you take your date and visit places or do things that really interest you? Not only will you get to enjoy the things you love, you will also be able to show your partner a side of you that can rarely be seen by others because of how busy you can be at work.
Leave work at the office
Your job is demanding. That much is clear. However, you do not have to take your work home or worse to your date. When you are out with someone, limit your talk about work. Talking about your work can be interesting and would give your partner an idea about what you do. The problem is that when you had a pretty stressful day, chances are you would end up unloading on your partner, who may had a hard day too.
Don’t just talk about your work. There are so many things to talk about. Take the time to enjoy your company as well as take a break from the monotony of your job.
Work around your calendar
Being passionate about your career can be attractive, sexy even for some. However, you have to learn to work around your calendar if you want to make the best of dating as well. Your partner may be understanding and would let it pass if you cancel your date at one time. However, when this becomes repetitive and habitual, even the most understanding person would eventually give up.
When you schedule a date, do so at a time in the month when you will not be burdened with work. For instance, if you are tasked to make month-end reports, then do not schedule your date on the last and first week of the month.
Making the best out of dating even when you are busy at work can be very rewarding. However, you need to work it out. Plan ahead, and plan well.