#365 Love is not about being single, it is about being social

Guys! This one is for YOU! Here are some of my tips to get that woman you WANT to yes, again!



Have you ever noticed a person across a "crowded room" and wondered if there is a sure fire way to get their attention, where they cross the great dive and approach you?
Well, ladies and gentlemen last week I attended The Great Love Debate in NYC which is produced by Brian Howie also the author of How to find love in 60 seconds.
With a panel of experts the one piece of advice that literally stuck out most (no pun intended) was the one Brian shared: "If you want a mans attention, stick your tongue out at him!"
At that moment a giant gasp was heard in the venue, every woman reacted either in disgust or disbelief that something so juvenile would work on a mature man. His reasoning behind the scenario is that  men are basic and don't read signals well. The belief is that most men would read that as playful and at least want to walk over and ask why you did it.
Heather Backman from "Mornings Rock with Terry & Heather B" on CHOM, tested out the theory for me at last weeks black tie Infiniti Grand Prix event at The Ritz Carleton in Montreal.
IT WORKED! Three men in a row. They say threes a charm and in this case charming...he offered to return to her with a glass of Moët & Chandon champagne.
I guess the childhood routine of sticking  your tongue out at the boy only to have him pull your pigtails works at any stage of life.
So, bye bye flirty eyes- just give them tongue!!!

Let's fly solo together!

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It worked for Laurie Davis, author of Love At First Click. While surfing the net one day she saw the man of her dreams and yup…she clicked…then they CLICKED…and last week the bells chimed!

For those of you who may not remember, last year I interviewed Laurie and posted the video about her company eFlirt expert. The consulting agency helps clients create their profiles for online dating sites. Laurie and her team of experts make online dating simple and stress free. The fabulous people at eFlirt experts will also offer to mange your inboxes, basically becoming your online matchmaker! 

Its a snap…or in this case a CLICK! Talking about clicking, click here to see Laurie talk about her experience and meet her prince charming.  

Congrats to the happy couple!

Cheryl xo

It's not everyday that I get an opportunity to have my work published. I am proud to be a part of the latest release of an inspirational series edited by the wonderful Liz Pearl.

The book is called " Living Legacies: A Collection of Writing by Contemporary Canadian Women." 

If you haven't heard of it yet, I encourage you to pick up a copy...I'll make it easy peezy, just click on the link below and fill in the form.

Do you have a Living Legacy you'd like to share? Click on the "Share Your Story" tab and also take a moment to fill out our "Love Quest Survey."






Make up done
Hair coiffed 
Sexy undergarments
Dressed to impress 
Stiletto heels 

You’re thinking… HOT DATE… right? 



Hope you are on the guest list to spend a night with The Girls at Atame Restaurant this Thursday, May 15th at 7pm. 

Special Surprise 

Four lucky ladies will join me for a pre-event hosted by Guerlain at BLVD44 in celebration of their 30 years. The event is produced by Mabel Palomino of Manina Productions so it's sure to be worthy of The Sex & The City Abu Dhabi Desert Adventure. Stay close to your phones tonight to find out which of you wonderful women will be whisked off at 5 to the cocktail and then chauffeured to the main event. 

Which four ladies are rolling with me to the pre-event?

I'm ready to step out on the town! Are you?



I am the first to admit that in the past I was always attracted to the bad boy. After more than a year of talking to other women, married or single, it seems I was not alone!

It is obviously the reason "Fifty shade of Grey" made it to the bestseller list.

The question we should be asking is, why?

The answer is simple. It’s the anticipation and excitement that we feel every time we see that person. We live on the edge at all times which heightens our adrenaline, often mistaking that for love. What we fail to see is, falling off the cliff in most cases is inevitable.

So, is it worth the heartache?

My advice? If you are with someone that makes your head spin you are probably going to wind up dizzy and go for a tumble eventually. If you feel compelled to make the journey, make sure you have honed your survival skills. Chances are you are going to be coming out from the "wild"erness alone. Experience the adventure for what it is and enjoy the views from the mountaintop while you are there.

Mantra: The bad boys we LOVE to leave.




Stay tuned for tomorrow's blog post all about bad boys... #WisdomWednesdays