Meet up and fuck nj
Some organizers pass on the costs by charging members dues of a few dollars a month.
I checked out Meetup before I made the arrived in Florida and found a plethora of local groups where I was likely to find like minded peeps.
Once I’d picked a few groups, all I had to do was click “join” on the group’s page.
Some groups require approval by the organizer; unless you’re a serial killer, you’ll get an approval by email in a day or two.
Everyone has been telling me how brave I am to rent a place in South Florida all by myself for three months this winter despite knowing nary a soul.Despite the age gap (I’m 72), everyone was extremely friendly – nobody gave me the “invisible” treatment – and the book I nominated was chosen, which amazed me since no one knew me and it’s a pretty esoteric book (“The Golem and the Jinni by Helen Wecker.) I networked madly.I announced I wanted to move to Florida and needed a realtor, and of course there was a realtor in the group (every group has a realtor) who happened to be one of the older members and from New York.Meetup #2: Book club success There was no such problem with my second foray to the “The Fort Lauderdale Girl-Time Book Club.” I’d been wanting to join a book club near my home in upstate New York for a long time and even had tried starting one with no success, but this group had been meeting for many years and had over 100 members, 32 of whom showed up to the January meeting to nominate book choices for the coming year.They were mostly young women in their 20s to 40s with a few in their 50s.