Could merging of work and dating be the ultimate in efficiencies?Really, your grandmother’s admonishments of never fishing in the company pond resonate with echoes of yesteryear.But there are a few things you should bear in mind before scheduling an office romance in today’s modern workplace.Forget the flings It is one thing to have to do the walk of shame after an ill-considered rendezvous.Unless you're long-distance, you neglected to invite him or your boyfriend is out of town, there are very few excuses that will fly if this happens.
I am an effusive texter, and in past relationships I would get frustrated when my multi-text theses would be answered with “yeah” or “sure.” I needed someone who was just as willing to give themselves carpal tunnel as I was.If you're the romantic type or looking for something a little more serious these days, then this list is for you. The one who didn't celebrate your birthday with you.Whether you had a small get-together at a bar with a few of your friends or you sat at home watching '80s movies, the guy you're dating should have been there.Whether it's your birthday, an anniversary or Valentine's Day, he should want to be there with you.It's true that some people don't make a big deal over holidays, but if you do, the guy in your life should try to make it extra special for you -- not give you a case of the Molly Ringwald's. The one who says, "We can't be together, right now." You've been there, I've been there, our grandmothers had probably been there. You can't believe how much the two of you have in common, how comfortable and natural it feels to be around this person.The leading purveyors of digital courtship confirm that, for the most part, Valentine's Day sees a spike in user activity.