FlySister’s dos and don’ts for a first date

We’ve all heard about online dating. One of the most popular websites is It is very popular among successful people because here are accepted only people with high standards.

According to Flysister’s experts in online dating, here are some dos and don’ts for a first date. Keep in mind this tips and you will be a truly “conquistador”.

  • Choose the location yourself. Choose a place where you feel comfortable and most important that offers the opportunity to walk/sit side by side. Ideas like going to dinner or cinema promote a sense of detachment because you have to sit opposite each other.
  • Act like this is the second time you see her/him. Try to avoid the awkward “hello” and those a million boring questions. Just act like you are seeing a good friend.
  • Listen to each other. Demonstrate that you are listening what the other says to you and follow up with similar example/story from your own life.
  • Talk about your online dating experiences. Laugh about all the funny and crazy messages you each receive.
  • If you met up with more than 5 people in 1 year period do not reveal the number. If the person you are meeting is inexperienced at this, it’s better to avoid this subject.
  • Be confident, flirty, funny, friendly and conversational. You are not trying to sell yourself. You are trying to find the person who meets your standards.
  • If all goes well don’t be afraid to go for a kiss. Don’t you ever use fear as an excuse to make the first move.
  • Don’t ask for a second date. Just let him/her know that you would like to see them again and that you will keep in touch to arrange something.

Experts from that this is very helpful for those who are stuck in the “online dating” mystery. Follow the steps and the first date with someone you met online should bring nothing but happiness.

My Yuusk experience in Paris

My Yuusk experience in Paris

Paris may be the city of love and one of the most romantic places in the world but today I’ve been having a little romance with the city itself. It turns out I LOVE Paris.

I spent the day wandering among some of the main attractions, stopping for café lattes and macaroons, shopping in the boutique stores and generally loving every corner of this gorgeous city.

After I arrived on Thursday afternoon and, rather than sharing my travel tips and reviews just yet, I thought I’d share the journal I’ve been scribbling in each time I stop for a rest.

Can’t believe I’d forgotten how much I love the Eurostar. It’s just so easy and comfortable.

Sometimes it isn’t until you experience something really good that you realise just how crap the alternative is. You know, like flying on a budget airline to Paris.

With the Eurostar there are no queues, no hassle, no long waits and no idiot holding up the security queue with their ginormous bottles of liquids.

After a breakfast of croissants, muesli and orange juice I sat back and watched the French countryside pass me by and I arrived in less than 2 hours.

First stop

My first stop in Paris was Citadines Tour Eiffel Tower and, as the name suggests, it was right by the Eiffel Tower. The location doesn’t get much better than this! This Citadines apart’hotel doesn’t look like much from the outside but once inside it’s the perfect hidden gem. You’re hit by the smell of freshly brewing coffee and the super friendly staff welcome you inside.

My room on the 6th floor was spacious but cosy, nicely designed (I love that wallpaper), spotlessly clean, modern and with a handy kitchenette too.

I spent forever ogling out my window and admiring the view before remembering there was a whole city to explore!

That evening I went to a press event to launch the Citadines Moments 30 campaign and meet the other bloggers involved. There were about 20 members of the French press who were all interested in the competition and seeing what we get up to. Each Citadines property also has a big banner in reception explaining the competition and it’s so exciting that it’s being promoted to all of Citadines customers.

This is all for today. I will tell you more about this experience in the next post. Btw, is a app for traveling. You can meet here great people, make friends and so on.