Rarer still is time for yourself.
And even rarer - time with someone special.
Given the whole pandemic situation, your job as a single mom is even more complex and demanding now, balancing full-time, hands-on parenting and working from home.
So with Mother’s Day coming up, you already know you deserve a little special treatment. And why not give it to yourself?
In the form of a little flirtation and love, that is.
A dating site can be the perfect outlet for a stressed single mom looking for a fun way to relax a little - at the end of a long day, what’s better than talking to someone you like (who isn’t your own kid!)?
These dating sites are some of the best out there for single moms:
For a lighthearted dating site that doesn’t require too much commitment, Zoosk is a great option. Think of it as a grown-up (but not boring) dating app - it’s got the fun aspect of swiping through profiles, but the more legit aspect of people actually wanting to date.
An added bonus for busy single parents: The site’s behavioral matchmaking tool. It sends you suggestions for matches based on what it’s learned about your likes and dislikes.
For the mom who loves brand recognition, who’s got some deal-breakers and must-haves, and who loves a company that cares about its members, there’s Match.
They’ve got 25 years of matchmaking experience. They’ve got very in-depth search filters so you can find a guy who loves kids and weed out the ones who don’t. They’ve got a 6-month guarantee so if you don’t find love in the first half a year, the next one is on them.
In short, they’re everything a mom would love.
EliteSingles is one of our top choices because it was built specifically with busy singles with standards in mind.
After you fill out their personality quiz, they’ll handle all the matchmaking, sending you men you’ll click with right to your inbox.
Because who has the time to waste swiping through profiles?
Added bonus: 75%+ of their members are both 30+ and have at least one college degree. Not bad.