But I think the key is to just keep moving and exposing yourself to lots of different people. I'm really not sure about internet stuff- I joined meetup, but have never gone to anything, and I've never done online dating.
Led by Karine Brighten, our team is made up of longtime, active members of the veg community, and we spend all our energy figuring out how to find matches for veg singles only.
Everyone you meet at our events will be vegan or vegetarian.
I don't know what kinds of things you're into, but I've met some cool people going to all the different cultural festivals, volunteering a few hours on weekends, and randomly going to different special events.
Granted, this is all trial and error type stuff and it can take a while to find good friends.
Also, while traveling, people tend to be more adventurous and have less inhibitions, since there is no routine to fall back on.
The trick is to take this and make it happen at home. I am also in my 20s and had some difficulties with the same thing when I came back to Cleveland.
Hi, Well, it appears that you've met a couple of us online!
That's a start, but I know that you're looking for people to hang out with. We had an exceptionally great team of people and even though I moved to another job, I'm still friends with many of them. There is a lot of stuff going on in Cleveland and maybe we could suggest a club or group.
i think you'd be surprised at how many people would join the group (may not be active members but they'd at least join); so many people are mobile and move from city to city...a lot of people are looking to connect in some way. for dating, i think you'd need to occassionally be active on an online dating site -- just to make yourself 'more available'. a lot of people are not super social types (not reclusive per se but don't feel like going to bars or don't want to join a club) but they're on dating sites.cherry777- To be fair, while you're traveling, other places always seem better.
People take extra interest in you because you are from out of town and want you to have a positive experience.
Most of the people are our age and we all have something in common.