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Self Inventory With Matchmaker Marisha Dixon

Winter is officially over and it isn't just our homes and offices that need a good spring cleaning. Many are in search of inspiration to clear the clutter from their love life too...and I've got you covered...

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Winter is officially over and it isn’t just our homes and offices that need a good spring cleaning. Many are in search of inspiration to clear the clutter from their love life too…and I’ve got you covered.

Dating is a process of trial and error and one thing I share with clients is that, YES, it’s certainly important to be intentional about putting yourself out in the “real world” (not just with online apps) in order to meet new people. I also encourage clients to be just as diligent in the process of excusing themselves from relationships that no longer serve them…a relationship spring cleaning if you will!

I recommend that people work through a 3 step self-inventory process. This is for everyone — those in relationships, those who are casually dating, those who are recently separated or divorced, etc…no matter! Reevaluating your romantic priorities applies to all.

Marisha Dixon
Matchmaker + Executive Coach

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