Dating advice round two with Miss Wisconsin USA and Miss Milwaukee
Due to the overwhelming popularity of our "Dating Advice to Milwaukee Men" episode, we're back and better than ever with more. On the first installment, we spent a lot of time chatting with Chris Stegman, Jonathan Haedt and Matt Michalek (known also as The Wolf of Milwaukee) on how to meet people at bars and clubs.
This time, we've upped our company. We're joined by Miss Wisconsin USA Danika Tramburg, Miss Milwaukee Gabi Suliga and matchmaker Lori Mendelson from Smart, Funny, Single.
After getting some updates from the stars of the last episode, we move into this episode's content. From how to optimize your dating profile, easy-to-follow self-care tips, what people are really looking for when they're out on the town, how to date without falling victim to intimidation, the art of countersignaling, and what to do when your boyfriend goes out for a cocktail and wakes up in Austin, Texas, we have you covered.
Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2G8ekqRhttQLfXiReioqOD
We'll also highlight a couple of big announcements. First, we're trying to find the newly single Jackie Hermes a "desirable man" through The GoGedders Podcast. What does that mean for her? Well, we're not quite sure, but maybe you'll be the one to trip her trigger! If smart, driven, successful women are your type, we'd encourage you to reach out to Jackie on Instagram! You'll find her here.
Another opportunity for Milwaukee singles is at The Iron Horse Hotel. On Wednesday, July 31, it's the launch of SingleMKE, a new organization to help you escape the world of swiping and meet other single Milwaukeeans face-to-face. (Thanks to Sara McKay for tipping us off about this awesome event.) To learn more and to snag tickets, head to singlemke.com. We hope to see you there!
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