Design: Freddie, Jennifer, Natasha
Measures: 8.5” x 6”
172 pages: • 4 pages per date • 41 dates
Your profile’s up on a couple of dating sites. You swipe the hell out of your mobile device during coffee breaks. Because what else are you supposed to do? You still haven’t found The One so it’s not as if you’ve got any other choice.
But the road to Happily Ever After is full of potholes, setbacks and detours. Sure, you’ve had a wonderful time with some of the people you’ve met. Too bad that in the end things didn’t work out with any of them. But more often than not you’ve sat in coffee shops and bars across from bores, fakes, freaks and cheaters wondering how fast you could get out of there without seeming too rude.
And so the search continues.
Now, wouldn’t it be a great idea to keep track of all your adventures and misadventures in the dating world in a way that’s super fun and super easy but at the same time also relentlessly systematic and solidly based on popular pseudo-science? – Of course, it is!
So do yourself a favor and get yourself a Dating Journal pronto. Or gift it to a friend who is – or should be – out there looking for love, romance or just a good time.
There are rating scales, multiple choice questions and open questions about each particular date you go on. All you need to do is check boxes and make a few notes. The whole thing takes about 10 min tops because the journal basically does all the thinking for you!
After completing the entries on each page, you'll end up with a pretty good picture of the person you've dated and how your date went.
The Dating Journal is a fun record of your romantic adventures and awesome reading material for later in life or for friends if you make the mistake of leaving if lying on your desk.
Or worse, the bedside table.
- Handy when you plan to go out with the same person again and need to refresh your memory
- Absolutely crucial if you're dating more than one person at the same time. The journal helps you avoid major screw-ups by confusing one person with another ore one date night with another.
- Helps you learn from your mistakes and shortcomings so that you can become better and better at this dating game.
- Keeps you organized - if you don't feel like seeing someone ever again, tear off the 'DELETE' corner on the pages related to that person.