- Your amount of calories intake can rise dramatically. There will be times that takeaways will be ordered, restaurant tables will be booked and ice cream shared. Even when dinner is arranged to be at home, you can’t simply treat your date with just a salad. You’ll probably prepare one or more side dishes and desert.
- Your time spent working out will diminish. There will be times that you spend being lazy in bed or cuddling watching TV, instead of going to the gym.
- Your budget will go overboard. Even with Suf_n_Steve’s advices on dating, at the beginning of a new relationship you will go out more. You cannot treat your new date to a dinner in McDonalds or a cheap chip shop. You’ll probably go to ‘someplace nice’ where even the air you breathe is priced without noticing. I will not go into the whole mobile phone bills increase.
- Your time spent with friends, work colleagues or relatives will diminish. You work daily and you have to arrange on how to spend your free evenings and weekends. You also cannot arrange for something every single evening, sometimes you want to stay home and relax. Your high priority at the moment is your new bf or gf. However, you’ll have family birthday parties to go to, spend time in the pub with work colleagues (if you want a career, you have to attend them) or see some old friends. You can’t drag a new bf at all of these all the time. So, your social life takes a plunge.
- Your career will be threatened. Apart from not attending some social work events, you are psychologically absent most of the time from work by daydreaming. You can’t concentrate easily and don’t pay attention to what’s been told in meetings. You are forgetful, absentminded and your productivity goes down. Just pray that the boss will not notice
Lmao! Do I really believe these things? Do they really matter? Aren't there no solutions?