One of the first apps to jumpstart the swiping culture, Tinder matches single folks when both parties swipe right on the other’s profile.
Take part in a cool speed-dating session, or RSVP to a fun networking event.
), Tinder is a great way to connect with people around you – or, if you prefer to go international, just pay for the premium account.
You’re informed of mutual matches within three hours through a text message, which helps clear the doubts.
Singapore’s answer to Tinder, Paktor (which means ‘dating’ in Cantonese) was conceptualised when Joseph Phua was unceremoniously thrust into the dating world once again and looking for a fuss-free matchmaking service.
Great for awkward introverts who hate going on dates, this online social club arranges fun drink-dates between two groups of friends: three guys and three girls.
All you have to do is pay SGD in advance (per group), which will cover the first round of drinks.
You’ll notice stark similarities to Tinder’s interface, though Paktor enables you to take back a swipe without any charges – great for mindless swipers.
So I’ve finally retired after decades of hard work… The fact is, the golden years can mark the beginning of a bright new phase where you have greater wisdom and time to improve your life in ways you were not able to before – eating better, exercising more often and participating in community activities.
And you can pick specific roles such as outreach, mentoring or even event photography to use your existing skill sets. Also, ask yourself: how much time can I dedicate to volunteering?