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How to make your dating and nightlife experiences better

Posted by Karyn Polewaczyk  August 28, 2013 04:15 PM

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It’s the last week of August, folks. You can look at it one of two ways:

1. It’s the end of summer, or
2. It’s the start of a new season

Now, I love me some warm weather (if it weren’t for its lack of public transportation and heinous traffic, I’d feel right at home in Los Angeles), but there’s something special about the shift into fall. Even as an adult, I love that “Back to school” feeling, and treat September like a fresh start to try something new.

If you feel in need of some fine-tuning (and maybe, some detoxing), you’re in luck: I spoke with a series of experts, from relationship coaches and a wing woman to managers at my favorite nightclubs, all of whom offered great advice about how to make your dating and nightlife experiences more enjoyable. I’ll be sharing their wisdom in a series of posts over the next few weeks, starting on Wednesday with insight from Love Systems founder Nick Savoy (he's been featured in places like the Today show, Dr. Phil and Playboy, among many others), and hope they’ll serve as useful tools to help you step up your game, whether you’re trying to score a date (or five) or get on a first-name basis with a doorman.

Don't worry about putting away the Coppertone (or the margarita glasses) just yet—there's a weekend to be had. But do dust off your saddle, and prepare to climb back on it.

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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, among others. Follow her on Twitter at @KarynPolewaczyk.

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