get dates by recyclingToday I’m going to introduce you to the concept of using recycling to get more dates. I truly believe in the environment. As I’m standing here in my kitchen right now, I’m looking at plastic containers I’m going to put down in the recycle bin. Every day when I clean the fridge out, if there’s glass in there I make sure that I recycle it. I make sure I separate my paper. I make sure I recycle whenever I can, because I truly believe in doing my bit for world that we live in. The only way we’re going to keep the thing turning is if we all help look after it.

I have another way of recycling, except this method of recycling can help you get more dates, and perhaps even get a girlfriend!

Here’s how it works. Most of you save telephone numbers of your phone. Then your phone gets clogged with numbers you never call. When you trade in your phone to TMobile, Sprint, or Verizon, someone else gets all those phone numbers and has to spend ages deleting them. Usually they have to plug it in which uses electricity, which releases toxic gas into the environment!

So what do you do instead?

You go through your phone and recycle. That’s right. One night, recycle all the numbers and people you’ve met but haven’t spoken to for a while. Shoot them a text. Look at all the women you’ve met and not dated, and send them a text. Something very simple will do. “How are you? How have you been? Am I still in your phone? We never got around to hooking up. Are you free next week?”

Because here’s the deal…

By recycling the chances are some of those women you met and didn’t call back, or maybe the conversation fizzled out, might be in a better headspace now to meet you. You see when you first meet someone you have no idea where they’re at. You might be excited about them, but they could be seeing someone else, or just getting over a breakup. Maybe they just thought you were cute and exciting, but weren’t ready to connect with you yet.

If the attraction was once there, maybe now the time is right and you can act on it. Going through your phone, texting old contacts and getting rid of others is a great way to recycle. Not just that, but it’s actually a lot of fun. It’s a lot easier than sitting on and sending out hundreds of random emails. That just burns your eyes, and the electric sends more toxic energy into the universe if you don’t know what you’re doing.

You’ve already done the hard work of getting a number. There’s probably 10 to 15 numbers in everyone’s phone that you could send a text to. Sure, maybe these people didn’t call you back because they weren’t interested. If that’s the case, delete them and move on. You’re doing something good for the environment and who knows, you might end up with a few more dates. So, if you’re stuck for something to do tonight, turn off that toxic television, and recycle your way to a new love!