Recently we talked about being too busy to date with our busy schedules and responsibilities. Some of us admitted that we sometimes use our busy calendars as an excuse not to make real efforts to date. I also think that a lot of single people believe that putting careers first is a “safer investment” of our time and effort.
When we set out to accomplish our goals of building empires, finding our purpose in life, why don’t we think of doing all this with a partner? Marriage doesn’t have to be limiting, does it? If you meet someone that could support your endeavors, would that make it easier to merge your lives together?
Do you think too many of us are letting careers and our pursuit of the “American dream” get in the way of long term relationships?
Would you be willing to date someone who has a serious five year plan?
It seems that during their late 20s and early 30s, men want to work first, play later. Does this play a part in how men date?
Ladies, would you perceive marrying someone as a detour for your career?
Do you think marriage is a more like a speed bump or a roadblock for your career/success path?
Could it be the catalyst that actually gets you focused?
By Wise Diva, Misadventures in Atlanta Dating Blog