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Boston ranks as one of the top places to live in the world. In fact according to a news report in Bostonmagazine. So if you want to belong to the jet-setting Bostonian crowd but lack the financial resources to do it on your own, here are a few ideas on how to meet and date rich men in Boston.

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Matters of the heart are never easy, and that includes dating in Boston. According to U. Census data, there are more women than men living in Boston, with women making up In addition, unmarried women out unmarried men in the city by a ratio of On the other hand, no matter the sexual preference, most single women face the challenge of finding time as a high-achieving professional in a city crawling with other equally as busy singles.

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Credit: iStockphoto. If anything, I think meeting people in real life comes with its own set of challenges; namely, that it requires being okay with rejection which is par for the course as a writer and the willingness to go out alone more about that below.

The Good Life and the Middlesex Lounge. Well, if I'm in the mood to go dancing, I head to one or the other.

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One conversation circumvented around having the same magazine on each of our respective tables; another started when I asked if I could swap places on the electrical outlet totem pole. Also, I recommend their gluten-free chocolate cookies. Are you seeing a pattern here? Following your interests first, and letting everything else happen, etc.? All of these venues are small and intimate compared to places like the Garden and Pavilion, and aren't overwhelming for those who decide to go alone for whatever reason; plus, I just prefer to experience live music that way.

Boston Common. The thing about the Common is that most, if not everyone, is there intentionally. Allow me to repeat myself: keep your music devices tucked away. I love me some get-pumped music bow downy'alland I often rely upon it to survive horrific rides on the T.

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Cue awkward silence; uncomfortable laughter. Boston Common Benches. Shudder The thing about the Common is that most, if not everyone, is there intentionally. Sorry, we could not find your e-mail or password. Forgot your password?

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Your comment is subject to the rules of our Posting Policy This comment may appear on your public profile. Public Profile FAQ. About this blog Karyn Polewaczyk lives and writes in Boston, and believes that heading out into that good night, like any adventure, begins with the first step. Let's Go Out is a conversation about dating and nightlife in our notoriously chilly city, with first-hand tips from the trenches. Karyn's writing, which focuses largely on women's lifestyle topics, has appeared in the Weekly Dig, Jezebel, xoJane, Northshore Magazine and More.

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