Looking for advice to find a new love that’ll last the distance? Here are some of our favourite UK dating blogs. Give them a try, we’re sure they’ll help you navigate the rocky road to finding true love (or at least make you feel better about your dating disasters!).
Founder of the Baggage Reclaim blog, mother of two Natalie Lue (pronounced l-oo and it’s Chinese in origin) writes about dating and relationship issues in an honest and approachable way. She describes herself as an emotional baggage declutterer, shady relationship buster, and self-esteem booster all rolled into one. More than 500,000 readers a month read her blog posts and thousands more love her eBooks ‘Mr Unavailable and the Fallback Girl’ and ‘The No Contact Rule’.
Read more at www.baggagereclaim.co.uk
Referred to as the brunette Carrie Bradshaw, Liz is obsessed with all things dating, love and technology. Formerly a marketing account exec in the fashion industry, a bad breakup spurred her to start her first blog 5yrs ago and she’s been regularly over-sharing with all her readers ever since!
Read more at www.welovedates.com/blog
Scotland’s Ana Wilde is a dating expert, blogger, author, wife and mum. She blogs about love, marriage, dating and relationships. Her mission is to make sure her readers have the best possible love life! Ana has shared her views on various mobile dating apps and dating websites, and has been the dating expert for articles in Tombola Times.
Read more at www.SmarterDating.co.uk and at www.LoveFromAna.com
Jon writes ‘The Things I’ve Done To Impress Women”, an award winning dating blog that details his frequent failures to impress any women ever. A 35 year old self-confessed “awful” dater, Jon catalogues and shares his dating tales for advice and amusing cringe value.
Read more at www.impresswomen.tumblr.com
Co-author of romantic fiction page turner ‘The Best Thing That Never Happened to Me’, Jimmy(AKA ‘Fishy’) writes a dating diary called ‘Plentymorefishoutofwater’ or “An Englishman’s Dating Diary” which was serialised on Juice FM. His friends think he goes on more first dates than anyone they know, and fewer second. His blog is hilarious.
Read Fishy’s dating highs and lows at www.plentymorefishoutofwater.com