If you want to find that special someone, presenting yourself in the most appealing possible way is step No. Advice here is drawn from my own and Indefinitely Wild photographer Chris Brinlee, Jr.'s personal experiences.
), what’s much more interesting is what we lie about.Moving on, internet dating has experienced something of a renaissance recently; it’s even been claimed that one in five marriages across the world started online. The temptation to smooth out the 'rough bits' in our personal profile with some innocuous white lies is irresistible. In my own online dating experience I would always have long pleasant chats with a series of charming men only to balk at the idea of meeting them in person.So if that’s the case and it’s popular and successful, what’s the problem? I've never met up with anyone off the back of a dating site. It’s probably because my grasp of French experimental psych-pop is not nearly as exhaustive as it would seem when Google is but a tab away, nor is my skin as flawless as the flattering filter on my camera might suggest.Indefinitely Wild is a lifestyle column telling the story of adventure travel in the outdoors, the vehicles and gear that get us there, and the people we meet along the way. Doing exciting stuff outdoors is a good look for anyone on social media.And dating apps like Tinder, Bumble, Raya, and Hinge take that to the next level by dangling enticing images of prospective mates in front of our faces.