As many Canadian singles aged 30 know, it can be tough to pass the stage in your twenties when your group of friends have paired off and are now starting to settle down, get married and have children.
Dating in your 30s can be a lonely experience with not as many of your social group still single to mingle with you.
And in your 20s, it's easy to abandon that list if you feel a spark with someone.
But by the time you hit your 30s, you've figured out what really matters to you.
With age comes wisdom, even if it's just a few years.
A lot can change in this short period of time — like your priorities, your life goals, how you see yourself — and that kind of personal growth can't help but lead to a bigger change in the way you approach the dating world. Here are six ways that your dating life changes from your 20s to your 30s.
What's more, as your career takes off and you try to maintain a healthy work life balance, it can be hard to meet the right people.According to the Discover® and Match Group study, older Millennials are much more likely to share their credit scores on dating websites, which goes to show how much your values can change in just a few short years.No matter what your dating age, the facts suggest that it's important to address certain things sooner rather than later. Discover offers a Free Credit Scorecard, and it won't impact your credit score.By age 30, you're bound to have been on the receiving end of some dishonesty from a partner, which ends up compelling you to become a better — and more honest — version of yourself.We all have that list in the back of our heads — the one with the traits of an ideal mate.