Basically, if you can take care of yourself go for it!
If I am with a man and he is always so broke I have to pay for everything then forget it. I dont want to sound rude but yea I can see it as a problem....
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... Can have more or less of it and it shouldn't change the type of person you are.
I think that anyone who judges you purely on how much money you make is very shallow and not worth your time. If you are self sufficient, then you should not be dissuaded from dating.
But if you are not, then many women will judge you from the start, and that is almost impossible hurdle to overcome.
Take in and fix up electronic equipment and then send it back out into the world to people who need/want it.
:)i hope for you, sites like this will expand your ability connect with someone who will find in you more than a dollar sign.I'm probably coming off as a bitter a-hole here, because I'm sure there really are sincere women who really don't care about someone they're dating having money or not. Can I ask, though, why are you only working one part time job? I read your profile and you're definitely a smart guy with plenty of life experiences and perspective (you seem to know who you are), so you've got a lot going for you. I run a nonprofit corporation for the rest of my time.In a nutshell, help people who can't afford it with their technology problems.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I've read through some of the postings on this forum and am surprised by some of the good advice found here. I have a nice part time job that I like but pays like crappola. My question is should I just forget about trying to find somebody until I can get my finances in order?I get other rewards from it besides financial - like working with kids with autism and helping them grow as people. When I think back to relationships I had during that time I feel like they were prefaced by having money and all the things that money can bring. Having money allows you to do a lot of things, obviously, and I rarely turn down money. What bothers me about that is I would much rather find somebody while poor and then make my money.
there are women out there, i believe, who will work with men in a truly equal relationship. You are a bit too old to have to rely on "roomates" ...