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And enough of you have told me how, after spending a life of crafting a life and a character that you are proud of, that you felt like an idiot. More generally – challenge yourself daily: are you living the life you REALLY want to live?

I don't know why, I don't know how, I only know that I was at the supermarket one fine morning, minding my own business, when suddenly I came face to face with "the sun-dried plum." I will tell you right now that I'm a fan of the prune—particularly when it's in Danish form—but the prune was clearly not selling.

For the prune to turn heads (not to mention meet a nice guy, move to the suburbs, and have a couple of baby prunes) it needed a fresh marketing strategy.

Challenge yourself to, as Walt Whitman said, “suck the marrow out of life.” You do know you don’t get a second chance, right?

We decided it was time for a change by bringing you an area where you can meet only girls on cam.

A well-written profile turns me on because I’m a sapiosexual.(Just kidding.

The tiger selfies, the shot of you doing a handstand at Machu Picchu, the picture of you naked-tractor-riding — these pics will not get you a date. Introducing yourself in a few hundred characters can be so tricky for daters that many opt out—or write something like, “Filling this out does not tell the story of an individual, just what that individual yearns to be.” Huh? I swipe left for unfortunate typos, such as “I want to take you horse ridding.” I don’t like it when a guy states his height and then says something like, “Since that seems to matter to so many of you on here! Finally, don’t waste characters writing captions like, “That baby is my nephew.” An online dating profile is no place for a picture of someone else’s baby. Write that you’re 5´7˝ and that you’re recently separated and have two kids, and that Facebook is to blame for your age being listed as 28, even though you’re actually 40.

It all started when my pal Paula asked me to figure out why she wasn't getting a response to her JDate ad. " What I get is that we all want to be loved for exactly who we are. " It wasn't long before news that I'd taken Paula's profile from drab to fab spread far and wide (okay, a couple of people in Brooklyn heard). I've seen the dumb, the dull, and the klutzy; the bitter, the brazen, and the too cute by half.