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Then she started looking at the profiles of the people she The first thing she noticed was that instead of filling in the description sections with phrases like "award-winning" or "future thinker," they picked words that actually described their personalities — things like "fun," "new," "time," "love," and "enjoy." Webb also realized that when she picked out her photos, she made a rookie mistake — they were either very zoomed out or so poorly lit you could barely see her!She had wanted to seem open, lighthearted, and friendly, but instead she came across as distant."It's about being more approachable," she said during the talk.
One of the problems Webb found with online dating was that she and her matches weren't filling out their profiles honestly."Very few of us have the ability to be totally and brutally honest with ourselves," she says in the TED talk.As a result, keep getting matched up with people who don't fit our personalities at all. In a recent study of undergrads, 60% of participants lied at least once during a 10-minute chat with a stranger.I wish I had been there in person to laugh in the audience until I cried. So if you have a little less than 20min to kill, perhaps something to watch during lunch or before bed, here you have it! With temperatures set to plummet over the next few weeks, one weatherman has shared a handy hack for defrosting your windshield when you don't have de-icer to hand.
If you've been around this blog since last year, you know I tried online dating for like....a month..December.