It is officially cuffing season. The weather is getting colder, the days are getting gloomier and we are all getting lonelier. At this time, some of you are longing for the presence of someone to watch movies and cozy up with. Even if relationships aren’t really your thing, you might find yourself wanting something romantic in your life. Sorry, I don’t make the rules. So, how do you go about “cuffing” someone this season?

● It’s the end of the semester. Shoot your shot with that person you’ve had your eye on the past few months. If things don’t work out, you won’t have to see them for a whole month while you are home for the holidays. But that won’t happen because you are a dime, so go out there and just do it. You have nothing to lose!

● When you’re home, go to places you haven’t spent a lot of time at, like a new coffee shop or diner. Who knows? It could be a scene right out of a movie as you see each other from across the room.

● There’s always the option of reconnecting with people from high school who you never really talked to. Suddenly, they might be into you and send the, “I don’t understand why we never talked in high school” text. Honestly, this may not be the ideal situation. But if you feel there may be a spark there, go for it.

With all of that being said, it’s the holiday season, the most wonderful time of the year. So go out there and do what makes you happy, whether that’s shooting your shot, living it up with your friends or sitting down and reading a good book. We are ending 2019 on a high note and going into the new year as the best version of ourselves! Have a very happy holidays and as always, stay racy! Until next year...

Xoxo,

Racy Stacy

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