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|C. Price • 9/25/14|
Dating takes a lot of resilience and strength to cope with all the good and the bad that comes with it, and our 10 Best Dating Divas handle the good and the bad with grace and poise.
Bragging Rights: strengthening marriages one date at a time
A large group of lovely divas came together for this blog, which is aimed at improving the overall dating experience for married gals and those still searching. Sections like Special Moments and Love Extras bring articles, essays and videos to the table. From intimacy to romance to theme dating, the site explodes with ideas on spicing things up and keeping things fresh.
Social Clout: 52,440+likes, 6,905+ followers
Bragging Rights: building relationships and connections online
Relationship expert Elizabeth Maness’ site digs deep into the individual groves of dating, including interracial romance, military couplings and those tricky online connections. Dating for women 40 and over is broadly examined, alongside success stories and a section devoted to gay and lesbian dating. She also breaks down the pros and cons of dating sites.
Social Clout: 34,308+ followers, 2,173+ likes
Bragging Rights: single, sexy and saved
Diary of a Dating Diva is from a refreshing and admittedly opinionated young woman as she struggles through “overall hilarity of dating in the new millennium.” Vegan since birth, she describes her style as “a dash of silly, a pinch of eclectic mixed with a tad of intellect.” Her site tackles STD awareness, sexual exclusivity and the depressive side of dating.
Social Clout: 3,919+ followers
Bragging Rights: she’s been through the ups and downs
This certified life coach from New Jersey explores the realities of today’s dating scene. Topics like “Nobody Wants to Date a Control Freak” and “Booty Calls Leave You Loveless” take an almost existential look at the choices we make and why we make them. Tips for online adventures are offered, along with what we should and shouldn’t take away from pop culture.
Social Clout: 1,283+ followers
Bragging Rights: talking about your goals
A slightly-older perspective is offered from Walker Thornton, a divorcee who has learned about dating both before and after marriage. This Huffington Post writer shows how sex can be even better after 50, with content that is encouraging and funny. Those newly single will find dating advice, while those fresh to the dating market can learn valuable starter tips.
Social Clout: 794+ followers, 144+ likes
Bragging Rights: a diva for every day
With an archive dating back almost four years, the Dating Diva Daily blog is loaded with content for serious daters. Topics include useful information such as “Nix Your First Date Nerves!” and “Niche Dating by the Numbers.” Sections include Diva Decadence, Div-Addictions and Diva Dish. There’s also horoscope readings and a corresponding diary from the author.
Social Clout: 171+ likes, 107+ followers
Bragging Rights: diva dating at its best
Ellen Mahloy is the Virginia-based voice behind this blog and is a life coach who specializes in love. Her content is split between articles and her ongoing radio show, with full audio clips available. She examines how to spot disrespect in a relationship and offers advice on avoiding online heartaches. How favorite articles are “The Pseudo Ask Out” and the “Plight of the Gorgeous Gal.”
Social Clout: 67+ followers, 46+ likes
Bragging Rights: your dating dilemmas resolved
Nancy’s dating blog offers a strong, young voice for anyone looking for love. With an extensive archive focused on finding the right person, she explores relevant topics like “5 Tips to Avoid Getting Played” and “How to Turn a Friend Into a Boyfriend.” She encourages not becoming your date’s therapist and spotting the red flags that signal relationship trouble. The site also includes many instructional videos.
Social Clout: 22+ followers
Bragging Rights: Internet dating+two 20-somethings=disastrous
From Roxy and Liz comes this wild and unapologetic look at learning from dating mistakes. The content is lively and pointed, with posts like “Will Someone Please Punch Me in the Face?” and “UGHHH.” They also balance in plenty of positive and inspiring content like “If at First You Don’t Succeed…” and other triumphant stories.
Bragging Rights: playing kiss and tell in the nation’s capital
From inside the Beltway comes this look at kissing and telling in one of the most powerful cities in the world. Readers are guided through everything from online dating to “After 40 Dating Tips,” all built around finding love despite its modern potholes. The content also extends into personal choices like concerns over liposuction and “segueing” back into dating.
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