* This dating journal helps you dissect your feelings after a date
* Features fun categories and even a “Delete” tab
* Makes a fun gift idea for a single friend
From Modern Romance to Black Mirror, a lot of attention is currently being focused on dating in the Internet-age. It’s estimated 30% of U.S. internet users aged 18 to 29 are using a dating app, and roughly 70% of same-sex relationships begin on an app. While the internet may have changed the way we date, you can still keep track of your lessons in love the old fashioned way — with a pen and paper.
You have to kiss a lot of frogs to meet your prince, and this journal provides a place to record all your near misses. Crafted to help you keep track of all those important details that fade with time, the pages are designed to record everything from conversation topics to kisses. There’s even a ranking system so you can evaluate your chemistry, and it comes with additional spaces to keep more detailed, intimate notes. If a date is truly awful, you can also check the “Delete” tab.
Filled with 172 pages, this journal can help you keep track of your dating patterns to make sure you don’t make the same mistakes again. It also makes a fun gift for your closest single pal, giving you guys great topics to discuss over wine.