Contemporary “Love” and Online Dating: Pre-Panny Tales, Pt. I

Let me take you back to where it started, when I re-downloaded dating apps for the who-knows-what-number time. It seems so long ago. February 2020 was, QUITE LITERALLY, the beginning of a different time.

I was just scrolling through Twitter one night and laughing at dumb stuff, sharing some of it with my roommate through DMs as she swiped through Tinder. She sent me this guy’s profile who she was cracking up over because of his haircut and something in his profile. I was disappointed to realize I couldn’t see the account and laugh without a profile.

“I thought you had Tinder?” she asked when I told her I couldn’t see the link she sent.

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Rae’s Violet Work Life: Work breaks, self-doubt & Twitter spaces

Hey y’all. It’s been minute.

OK, it’s been a month, but it’s felt OH so much longer. Life has not slowed down in this hemisphere, but I’ll go into that later. I’ve missed blogging on this side of the pond… the personal, full control, my feelings side of the pond. Not full on professional, strictly for work writing. Yeah, you get the gist.

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Rae’s Violet San Antonio Adventures : Positivity in SA

I know the previous episodes have sounded less like adventures and more like miseries. It was always a different struggle, but I want to clarify it wasn’t all doom and gloom! I had a lot of positive experiences and met some great people in between those struggles.

In this episode, I take on a more positive tone and talk about the brighter side of my time in San Antonio. From a journalist meetup to hanging out with new friends, this is it.

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