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And even though dating apps are most popular among Millennials, according to a recent Bustle survey with dating app Happn of over 1, dating app users, 78 percent of women and 85 percent of men still want to meet people IRL. That's why for the second year in a row, Bustle is deeming April, " App-less April " and encouraging our staff and readers to delete their dating apps for 30 days and meet people the old-fashioned way: offline. With participants tracking their progress and tricks and tips from dating experts, we'll be helping you feel empowered to meet people IRL all month long. Today's topic: how to meet someone when you don't drink. As someone who's lived and dated in New York City for years, I'd be lying if I said alcohol didn't play a huge role in my dating life.

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To be totally honest, if you're at an alcohol-centric event and sipping a booze-less soda, there's a pretty good chance no one will even notice you aren't drinking in the first place.

But the truth is that there's no reason your no-booze preference should hinder your love life or your ability to meet new people. With participants tracking their progress and tricks and tips from dating experts, we'll be helping you feel empowered to meet people IRL all month long. Even if you want to skip the tourist traps, simply checking out a different neighborhood and trying a new restaurant, coffee shop — or yes, even a bar — with your friends is a fun way to spend your weekend, and also provides you with the excuse to chat with those around you for local recommendations, of course.

At a bar, arrive early to order.

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It doesn't even have to be an awkward blind date scenario: simply help your friend co-host a fun party and use it as a means to chat up some new people in a setting you're comfortable in! Gottlieb echoes this.

Be aware of your body language: Wood says showing your palms and uncrossing your arms are both als that you're open, honest, and confident. If you're feeling like your love life is a little stale and you want to increase your chances of meeting someone new, look for something relevant to your interests to get involved in, whether that's a fitness group or book club. If this person wsnt right for you, they should think your sober lifestyle is no big deal and hopefully even respect you for it!

Plus, if a potential partner has a problem with you saying 'no wznt to a drink, they might not be the one for you, anyway. More like this.

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Did the bar idea win out for the first date? If you've made the decision not to drink, you shouldn't sweat it if someone plans a hang-out at a bar, because they're still a good place to meet a potential date. When the subject of drinking comes up, be honest. Whether you drink or not has nothing to do with your ability to make real, lasting connections with people — as long as you're comfortable with who you are, you'll attract others who have serious long-term potential.

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You can go for a walk through the park, attend a comedy show, share a dessert, or see a movie. You don't need alcohol to have a good time and let loose, and if you let your personality shine, there's no reason you won't attract someone.

Most of my social outings dates wwnt otherwise tend to revolve around drinking, so I understand why dating when you don't drink alcohol might seem tough. If you want to avoid the drinking conversation entirely when dating, get involved with a social group of people who also choose to abstain.

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Find a community of like-minded people. Ang it's true that no New Geh would touch Times Square with a foot pole, playing tourist in your own city is actually a great way to change up your social scene and potentially meet new people. If they ask to get drinks, suggest coffee. But let's not forget that meeting people through friends is still very much a viable option, and it's an even better idea for anyone who's a non-drinker.

The best part? That's why for the second year in a row, Bustle is deeming April, " App-less April " and encouraging our staff and readers to delete their dating apps for 30 days and meet people the old-fashioned way: offline.

All the events are focused on something other than drinking, which makes it super easy for you to vrink your life without stress. No matter how you like to spend your weekends, it's totally possible to put your dating apps aside and learn to meet people IRL. Choose the date location yourself.

The good news is, all it takes is a little creativity in how you approach the dating game. They both provided expert tips to make your alcohol-free dating life just as fun and vibrant as it is gte those who choose to drink. Another great idea? Recruit some friends to tag along and make your evening all about connecting with people IRL — whether they become a friend or a romantic connection, it doesn't hurt to make some new acquaintances.

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So, prioritize your needs and do whatever makes you feel most comfortable, confident, and sexy. Once you get sucked into the dating app worldit can be difficult to remember how you t to meet people. Assuming your friends know you and your alcohol preferences, they can set you up with someone who's on the same as you, or at least is cool with your non-drinking ways.

Regardless of whether or not you drink, giving off an approachable eant confident vibe will help you meet someone IRL, no matter how you spend your free time. But if they do notice, there's no need to make a big deal out of it: just explain to whatever degree you're comfortable with, shrug, and move on.

This advice might sound cliche, but getting out of your comfort zone is always going to help you meet new people. Today's topic: how to meet someone when you don't drink. If you're drnk non-drinker and looking to meet someone IRL during App-less April, Bustle's challenge to delete your dating apps for a monthsans alcohol, here are seven things to keep in mind.

As someone who's lived and dated in New York City for years, I'd be lying if I said alcohol didn't play a huge role in my dating life. Research some activity-focused bars like an arcade bar or one that has shelves full of old board gamesthen suggest your squad meet there so you'll have something other than drinking to keep you entertained all night. According to data from relationship app Hinge's book IRL59 percent of people said grabbing drinks was their top pick for a first date activityand it's not really a surprise why — most folks like to have a drink to calm their date-induced jitters, plus grabbing a drink is a yet more casual and low-key than having a full-on dinner date.