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I go deep into the zone when I’m coding or writing, so focused alone time is really important to me, but I also need to connect with other humans, so having that mix during a given week gives me the best of both worlds.

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Unless you want to risk spoiling a potentially nice relationship even before it starts, honesty is the best policy.

This is another cardinal sin of online dating, second only to using somebody else's photograph altogether!

If you see too many of these red flags flying instead of fireworks, you might want to look for love elsewhere.

If you’re meeting Joey for dinner, and he’s rude to your server for no reason, it’s a good indicator of how he treats people in general.

But, as Lifehacker US commenter There Wolf, There Castle points out, you should watch how they relate to all people in your vicinity.

If Joey is being rude to your server making rude comments about a couple at a different table, he’s probably just a rude dude.

He might be all smiles toward you early on, but that’s because he’s still trying to impress you.

The same red flag applies to any service industry folk, like ticket takers, ushers, baristas and bartenders.

Over familiarity can be dangerous, however, so here is a quick recap of some online dating howlers to avoid...

It seems obvious that this is NOT a good thing, but it's surprising how many people do it. While you might find it get younger women or men to contact you, you're then left with a problem – when and how do you tell the truth?

I recently had a chance to chat with Gina about what her workday looks like and how she manages to fit everything in.

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