People constantly come and go from your life: have you ever had that moment when you just got to know someone really cool and your next big flight is scheduled the following week?Maybe this person is a local and has even less flexibility to be spontaneous.
The inspiration came from some of the discussions I’ve had in the Nomad Soulmates group on Facebook and, although it’s obvious there are as many opinions as single nomads, I’ve tried to provide some structure and food for thought.
For the record, ‘traditional’ dating here applies to dating for non-nomadic people, so anyone who lives and works in a location-dependent place.
They all share the desire in finding a romantic life partner.
Most singles date multiple people until they find their true love.
So whatever page you are on in your approach to life and love, so long as you are with someone who is on the same page as you, you’re approach won’t be any more wrong or right than the next couple’s.
Everyday, millions of single people share a common goal.
As it pertains to relationships, what works is being involved with a partner who shares similar views, values and perspectives on life as you do.
Whatever you classify yourself as being (traditional, modern, etc) is really just your own well defined dating criteria summed up into one word. Life would be less frustrating and each morning three little birds would be by our doorsteps singing sweet songs of melodies pure and true.
Learning a culture through a date can open up a totally new world for you.