It was really cool to pick up a copy of my second favourite magazine, Psychologies magazine, at the airport on the way to Norway this month and find myself staring back from a double page spread. I’ve wanted to feature my work in Psychologies magazine since launching my business. Sadly none of my photos have featured in there yet but it was pretty good to see my story of starting Hey Saturday in there. I’ve already had some emails from readers saying they’ve been inspired by what I’ve achieved, which is amazing to hear. Continue Reading
Hot off the press from our in-house blogger, Lauren (Photo credit: Saskia Nelson)
Most of us will never encounter anyone really dodgy when online dating. And by ‘really dodgy’ we mean more than just having terrible dating photos or a bad taste in jumpers. But recent press reports about about money scams, sexual assault and identity theft can make online dating seem like a bit of a minefield. However, there’s no need to let safety fears stop you having fun with online dating if you follow Hey Saturday’s simple steps to protect yourself.
Last weekend I headed off to the London Gay Pride Festival in central London with my boyfriend, niece and camera along with 26,000 other people and had the best day. It was fantastic to see so many people celebrating and showing support to the LGBT+ community. The feeling of being there and sharing the experience with so many like-minded people was immense.
And it’s fantastic to see so many companies showing their support this year. My favourite came from Skittles who lost their rainbow for Pride Month.
Contribution is from a freelance writer for Backpackerverse
Part of the fun of creating a dating profile is seeking out elements that make you unique, and finding the parts of yourself that you consider to be your best qualities. Sometimes, you may have all the right things listed on your profile, but there still is something missing. Continue Reading
Hot off the press from our in-house blogger, Lauren
People who have high emotional intelligence know their own feelings and are able to manage them, as well as being able to deal effectively with other people’s emotions. This makes them at an advantage in all aspects of their lives, including romance. Your emotional life, much like maths or reading, can be handled with greater or lesser skill. So what traits do emotionally intelligent people share and how can they help with online dating? Continue Reading
Listen up people – it’s time to get out of your dating comfort zone. The frequent daters among us will all fall into a rut from time to time; picking the same kind of dates, the same venues, and using the same apps. Here are a few things we should all try at least once to spice up our online dating game.