It can often be frustrating to have to cancel dinner plans to stay back at the office, or to turn down the offer to spend Friday night happy hour with your friends because there's just too much work to get done.
But even the most exciting career can start to feel lacklustre without someone to share it with. We connect busy professional singles with other intelligent, hard-working singles who are looking for meaningful relationships.
For busy professional singles, finding time to date can be a challenge.
After all, how do you schedule time to meet new people in between long days at the office, back-to-back meetings and last-minute business trips?
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My inbox on Ok Cupid currently contains a message that reads like an attempt to hire an escort (“I’m not looking to jump right into a serious relationship, but I have a good chunk of change in my bank account if you wanted some adventures in the city or are up for a trip to Europe on my tab”), another from a 61-year-old man in Mexico City congratulating me because I am “a really fun and fantastic girl” (I’m 23 and live in New York), and an abundance of pick-up lines ranging from cheesy to grossly offensive.
Ok Cupid’s homepage includes an endorsement that it is the Google of online dating, but in actuality it is not the Google of online dating.
It is the Bing: There are seemingly limitless results, but rarely are they what you’re looking for.
Frustrations like these are what led me to Sparkology after Googling “best online dating sites” one night following a particularly bad date.