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Super nice guys here in East TN..still looking for my needle in a haystack I think the "small town thing" has advantages and disavantages in dating. I would guess $750-$1000 a month, but if I'm carrying my house in Atlanta, that will be lower.One the one hand, when you meet someone, it usually turns out that you know someone who knows someone, etc. That will help us give you good neighborhood recommendations. I saw one good singles meetup with about 200 members. Can I sell or rent my current house in Atlanta, and 2. Have you thought about keeping your house in ATL and renting it?
Now over the divorce and career getting back on track, need to make up for lost time. I'm sure its not going to be easy to meet the right woman (of course, thats true even in Atlanta).
I met a guy recently that it turned out we had several mutual friends but for whatever reason had never met. I'm just starting to research, so I do have time, but if they make me an offer, I want to make sure that this is a place I'd like to live. I haven't done any meetups, either, but there are a lot of them. I don't know if I'll ever date but I will probably join a group. I saw one good singles meetup with about 200 members. There was also a Christian one with about the same number of members. I'm in a ton of meetups in Atlanta, but I don't go to any because I'm not working. It's not too far away to manage yourself, but you could also hire a property mgmt company for about 10% of the monthly rent.
On the other hand, if you meet someone, it usually turns out that you know someone who knows someone. One of our CD members mentioned being in one or two as well. I'm 50, still learning a highly-demanding (but wonderful) job and have a 12-year-old. I also work with some great people although my immediate team members are mostly half my age. There was also a Christian one with about the same number of members. I'm in a ton of meetups in Atlanta, but I don't go to any because I'm not working. In the end, you own 2 properties, and one of them is generating cash flow for you.
Lots of neighborhoods on the fringe of downtown Knoxville will fall into your budget.
My personal favorites are Emoriland Park, Fairmont Park, and North Hills.
I'm now interviewing for a job in Knoxville, and considering moving, as I really like the company.
HOWEVER, I'm single and looking for a wife (put bluntly) because I'm 43 and want a family.
I will also say I've done the whole online dating thing and I've had a nice time meeting men from the area.
Super nice guys here in East TN..still looking for my needle in a haystack I think the "small town thing" has advantages and disavantages in dating.
Knoxville seems like a very large town in so many ways. But the cost of living and the friendliness and helpfulness of people is very, very comforting. As a single woman who is out in the Knoxville dating world, I'll just say Knoxville isn't really any different than any other town.
There are ample places to meet someone in Knoxville. You have the bar scene, the church singles scene (some of the larger churches have very active singles groups) and lots of other opportunities to meet people like the grocery, Market Square, etc.
I'm at a point where I'm probably going to take a step back from dating for a while because there does not seem to be any men without kids and isn't completely bitter and jaded from their 10 year relationship.32, never married, no kids, and in good shape. Have been single for about three years and was only seeing someone for about a year before that. 27 year old female here, I’ve had the same problem unfortunately.