10 Best Places To Meet Single Women By Yourself
The key to meeting women is to find single and available women and the 10 best places to meet single women by yourself involve getting out of the house at various days of the week and getting involved in community events. You'll need to do a bit of background research about the location or the organization before heading out to meet up with single women. This will allow you to blend in and also provide some mutual chat context.
- Online chat rooms with specific interests. Don't just troll online; troll with purpose. Select chat rooms that appeal to women. For instance, a quilting chat room is the perfect place to meet women. Enter the room with questions about repairing a quilt. This may attract a single women who will offer to repair the damage, so dig up a quilt somewhere that needs a bit of work.
- Dance lessons. Most women like to dance and men are scarce at how to dance clubs. If you're into the club scene, volunteer to dance with single women at the lessons given before the club opens. You'll meet plenty of single women by yourself and nobody will be asking why you didn't bring a wing man.
- Environment Clubs. Look for single women at local environmental club meetings or sign up to represent at government hearings for local causes. Read up on the issues and let folks know that you're a newbie. Start at the bottom with a good attitude and you'll attract the eye of single women.
- Single parent meetings. Single women with kids have little time to get out to meet men, so going to the places where single women regularly hang out is highly recommended. School parent or local library organizations are an excellent place to meet single women.
- Self-improvement meetings. Exercise clubs, computer training sessions and diet clubs are a perfect place to meet single women intent on making changes in life. If you want to take up yoga, speed reading or learn an instrument, join a co-ed group class.
- Singles book clubs. Let's face it, most book clubs have more women members than men. You'll be a standout in a reading group, provided you actually like to read. Once you have the book life down, hit the local library for single women. Pick up a book and sit in the library cafe to pick up a single woman.
- Take-out restaurant lines. Select a popular restaurant that always has long lines. Develop a regular routine and when you find a single woman you like, return at the same day and time to meet up until you have meet long enough that the woman knows you. Then, make your move to ask her out.
- Singles wine or beer tasting parties.
- Women's clothing department. The trick to meeting single women in a department store is to pick a store that matches your tastes and go inside and pretend to buy a piece of clothing for a sister or niece. Go to the women's section and pretend to shop. You may meet a shopper or a single clerk who'll offer to help.
- Volunteer. Get out and volunteer to build a house, plant a garden or teach someone to read. Women are givers and provide much of the volunteer staff at non-profits. Give a hand to Habitat in building a house, no prior skills are necessary, or buy a shovel to do the dirty work in building a community garden. If you work hard and are personable, you'll be a chick magnet at these events.