Dating options for young people have never been more plentiful. Stitch is a new Tinder-like dating service for adults 50-years and older.Besides major social media networks like Instagram and Snapchat, which now offer ways to talk privately with one another, there are the specialized dating apps like Ok Cupid and the most popular, Tinder. It’s the brainchild of Andrew Dowling, CEO of Tapestry: It’s online now, and soon to be an app, that allows seniors to use Facebook and other social media in a simple, accessible way.
That is to say, you are a mature woman and you want to date, so I think you need to talk to your son and tell him that you are going to start dating again. But there is more to love than hair color, and I think people pick who they love on other criteria.Hannon recommends connecting with a professional through the databases of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors, the Financial Planning Association or the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards. “Women often do put other people’s needs in front of their own,” argues Hannon, who observes that many women play the role of caregiver either to children or aging parents.But she emphasizes that taking care of your own needs is an integral part of financial fitness.It’s a simple six step process: Register, fill out your interests and intentions, Stitch will show you people in the area, get matched, talk privately on the app and then meet when you’re ready.No personal information needs to be given until the user actually wants to.Those who have the time and funds could also enroll in a personal finance course at their local community college or consider hiring a financial adviser. Less than half of the women surveyed in the above mentioned Fidelity study felt confident talking to a professional financial adviser about money and investments.