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A nonprofit, independent media organization dedicated to telling stories of climate solutions and a just future. Computer love. The internet wants to help you find love. One in five newly committed couples met through a dating site, says Match. I decided to find out. Most were apparently deed by an 8-year-old with a Mac fromback when animated GIFs were cool and a rotating smiley was the pinnacle of innovation.
Sure, Tinder and Match. But finding someone on generic dating sites who's likeminded in terms of leading a healthy, green lifestyle can be infinitely more challenging than you'd initially think.
That's just one thing that drove Denver, Colorado-based yoga studio owner named Katy Paulson to create MeetMindfulan online dating app, created for users who "practice personal development, yoga and fitness, conscious diet, environmentalism, spirituality, service to others. A post shared by MeetMindful meetmindful.
But on MeetMindful, users are initially prompted to choose two of the following interests that inspire them the most: yoga, spirituality, volunteering, green living, mindfulness, travel, personal growth, conscious diet, meditation, fitness, and creative arts. And from there, the site aims to offer daters "ongoing feedback and communication tools to enable meaningful connections—not 'swipe' judgements. Currently, the concentration of users from L.
Most potential matches are between the ages of 35 and Here's hoping that from here, Paulson and Baglan's solution to a swipe-crazed dating world takes off and becomes available to consciously-eating, meditation-loving, yoga-doing singles in all major cities.
Because their aim of putting "the intention" back in dating is truly a worthy cause. Green Matters is a registered trademark. All Rights Reserved.
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