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When Caitlin and Danielle first met, the two were totally in sync in their personal and romantic lives. Two career-orientated, single and ready to mingle, socialites! Since then, so much has changed. The Dolls have been through ups, downs, thick and thin together. But one thing remains the same – Cait and Dani stick by each other’s side through it all. So with cuffing season here, you better believe that the two are Doll Talking about every step of the process: from online dating, to selfie approvals, and the butterflies of entering a new relationship.
Since most of you have been listening to the Doll Talk podcast from the start, you were front and center for Dani Doll’s COVID breakup. You witnessed her moving forward with Blue Crates… and now, Dani is dating a special someone.
Dani Doll here! The start of a new romantic relationship is always a little nerve-sy … I would describe new relationships feeling very similar to getting on a roller coaster ride. You’re obviously excited, but you also don’t know what to expect. You are learning the rules and boundaries on the ride and at this point, the goal is to make sure that everyone is having the best time ever while keeping everyone safe.
I met the infamous “Mini Golf” a few months back and although he’s different from what I am used to… I am really enjoying the very slow start to this relationship! The two of us are really taking the time to have fun and work on creating a solid foundation so we can see where the journey leads us.
In this modern world, I am a modern Doll! In order to keep this relationship moving forward, I’ve learned it’s important to use the tools that are given to us to do so. You know my bestie is helping me respond to every text 😉
I’m working on growing and keeping my connection with Mini Golf -even from a distance at times! Check out the roundup below of things that work for us.
Phone time: Texting is fun but video chatting and phone calls are the best way to really get to know someone. There is no time for a delay so either person can’t craft a perfect text response, it’s all in real time. Talking on the phone or video chatting also allows for you and your partner to actually carve out quality time for each other. Dani Doll has been using NET10 Wireless to stay connected.
NET10 works because it gives Dani Doll the freedom to have a flexible phone plan with no contract or hidden fees – like the new $50 Super Unlimited plan that comes with unlimited talk, text and high-speed data (that doesn’t throttle) plus 5GB of mobile hot spot data so she can call, text and video chat as much as she wants! With NET10, you can also get the latest iPhone and Samsung Galaxy devices for less than $5 a month. Switching over is simple. Check out www.NET10Wireless.com to learn more.
Set the mood: Really get into creating a vibe for your calls with your new partner. Lay out a cozy blanket, wine and snacks are always a must! Dani Doll went right for the Jam Cellars Wine and Eatable Popcorn.
Keep it Playful: Question games are soooo much fun, especially after a glass or two of wine. Conversation starters from Table Topics is one of our go-to’s. This really helps open up you and your partner so you can learn more about each other.
These Dolls are wishing you all the joy, luck and love during this Cuffing Season!
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