Rainy Bay is SINGLE AF – but you won’t find her moaning about her lack of Significant Other. Instead, she’s giving you a no-nonsense, no-bullshit guide to modern dating and the highs and lows of finding ‘The One’.A dating and mental health blogger (and persistent over-sharer), Cara says she looks at the world of dating from ‘a chubby girl’s perspective’, with a mission to live her life regardless of waist size or relationship status. An eating disorder survivor,
her blog is filled with stories of her dating mishaps, advice on getting over heartbreak, and her dating pet peeve, ‘ghosting’.Cara has been featured in Now, Woman and Fabulous magazine, telling her story of recovery and her journey of acceptance (body and love life alike). Rainy Bay is a feel-good blog that explores the highs and lows of looking for love, while asking ‘who even needs a boyfriend anyway?’
Nowadays, after winning the UK Blog Award 2019 for Dating and being highly commended in 2018, as well as several other nominations, Never Settle focuses on specific content to promote women’s health, dating and love life, as well as offering support in all areas of relationships for both men and women.
Never Settle pushes the latest trends to the forefront of discussion, tackling controversial and taboo subjects head-on, and looks to provide a range of outcomes to problems, and a way of achieving them, based on a mixture of personal experience and extensive psychological and sociological research. She’s even got her own ASK EVE section where she accepts all your anonymous questions, plus her new podcast.
If you date regularly but still find yourself thinking, “I want a real relationship,” then I’d say either one of two things is happening: You attract women who won’t commit to you, or you can’t commit to them.
So which is it? Below, we’ll take a look at some possibilities, as well as explore ways you can find a woman who best fits into your life.