How To Meet Men In Their 30’s and Above
Many women in their 30’s are single; either they have experienced a divorce and find themselves being suddenly single again, or they have simply not met their perfect partner yet. Nevertheless, meeting men in their 30’s and 40’s seems to be a big challenge to most women. Teens and people in their 20’s are present at ever party or club in town, but people in their 30’s and 40’s seem to have disappeared from the nightlife scene. It is like digging for gold. Additionally, many female friends of single women in their 30’s have families and go out little to not at all, so it is very difficult to meet people via them.
Still, there are many single men in their 30’s and 40’s, who are active and do a lot in their spare time. You cannot expect to meet men in their 30’s at the same locations where you would meet people in their 20’s and teens. The key is to find locations, or events, which are more refined, and which offer a higher quality and experience.
Yes, men in their 30’s can be found at bars, but probably the more vintage or classical type of bar. These men enjoy the taste of a good single malt whiskey, a cigar, or a well-mixed cocktail.
2. Dancing class
Who said men don’t like dancing like women? Although dancing classes are often overly represented by women, some men tend to take part, to learn to dance but also in particular to meet women. Many dancing classes explicitly allow singles to take part. As a woman, you can use that to your advantage.
3. Fitness clubs
Men generally like sports, and women love men who keep fit. Men in their 30’s and 40’s, who have established themselves in their careers and make a decent salary, will most likely choose the upper class fitness clubs in order to keep fit. These fitness clubs usually offer wellness areas, and a bar to grab a drink and a small meal. These are great opportunities to initiate a chat.
Men often love the fine taste of excellent wines, whiskeys, cognac, or rum. One option is to attend a tasting. Chances are you will find some more mature and single men, you can connect with.
Although this might be obvious, very few people actually get involved into a conversation at the supermarket. This is pity, as also single men need to do their groceries. Often, you can take a look at what they are buying and determine whether he is single or not.
6. The park
Want to go for a walk on a sunny day? The park is excellent for both couples and single people.
7. Martial arts
Many martial arts are a man’s domain, but they are increasingly popular with women also. Take Aikido as an example, which uses throwing techniques where no real physical strength is required.
8. Boat and car shows
Men are usually car and boat fanatics… or at least they like it. Many men can be found at boat and car shows, and perhaps you can start a conversation and connect with someone.
Some other options to consider:
- men’s retail stores
- yacht clubs
- continuing education classes
- bungee jumping
- adventure holiday
- the golf course
- church (or other religious setting)
- coffee shop
- language class
- after work parties
- photography class
- flea market
- sushi making class
- cooking class
- music festival
- brewery tour
- surfing / sailing lessons during summer
- in the airplane
- at a popular sports event