April Masini, a relationship and etiquette expert who has authored four relationship advice books, recommends that if you're on a budget and looking for love, you have to be creative and efficient because dating can indeed get expensive.
"It’s easy to whisk someone off to a great restaurant and get excellent concert seat tickets if you’re wealthy, but if you’re not, and you’re playing the field or dating someone new regularly, your wallet will take the hit," said Masini.
That San Francisco is number one may come as a bit of a surprise. Wouldn't it be tougher for singles to mingle in such a high-cost environment?
After all, it's regularly billed as one of the most expensive U. Yes and no, and ultimately, the pros outweigh the cons.
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But there are ways around the money pits of mingling with new love interests in pricey cities.
So you have nothing to do but quickly go through your rationalizations. Yeah, you can vomit your fears upon the man who shows up and hopefully he is open and willing and fearless in love and he'll listen to you. You're going to have to ride it out, feel it out and talk it out by yourself.