There are a lot of online dating services to choose from, but they all have one thing in common: you need a good profile to find a match. What do you think makes a good profile?
Dear Lovehacker, My girlfriend of five months has asked how I’d feel about our relationship opening up (i.e. — becoming polyamorous) though she hasn’t fully specified what that means for us yet. I don’t think I could really define myself this way, and I’m really not sure how this will affect our relationship moving forward. What should I be bracing myself for, best and worst case, and is it fair or selfish of me to consider this a dealbreaker?
If you’re not used to talking money with your significant other, it can be awkward to get the conversation going. Personal finance site How Do I Money suggests a simple question to kick things off: “What would you do with $100,000?”
Dear Lifehacker, I understand how useful it is to have a mentor, or someone whose experience I can benefit from. Once I’ve found someone though, how do I ask them? Do you just email them and ask, or is there a better way to make your case? Sincerely, Desperately Seeking Senpai
It doesn’t matter how late you stay at the office. Your manager is going to appreciate it if you arrive early more, a recent study from the University of Washington concluded.