According to this story, I’ve created a cult and a national phenomenon. Not a bad effort for someone who works in their pyjamas! Take a look at this interview with me at Body + Soul.
Throwback! I studied a Bachelor of Arts (Media) and Graduate Diploma of Public Relations at RMIT University back in the day – and had a fantastic time. I spoke to RMIT about my time in lockdown, COVID dating and my advice for those searching for their dream career. Take a gander.
Hear my thoughts about COVID dating and naughty rule breakers over at The Age.
I spoke with Keeshia & Tim from Hit 91.9 Bendigo about how a pandemic hasn’t slowed down Bad Dates of Melbourne. Listen here!
Want to know more about me, Bad Dates of Melbourne and how I run my own business? It’s a lot of fun! Take a look in The Daily Mail to get the juice.
I was one of the experts interviewed by Leader Community News to discuss how the current coronavirus pandemic will affect the Australian dating scene.
Short term relationships can be hard to move from on – but it’s ok to grieve. Read my story here.
This week I’m on the brilliant news.com.au podcast, Ghosted, where I talk about my “hilarious, depressing and somehow reassuring” social media creation, ‘Bad Dates of Melbourne’.
The Bad Dates of Melbourne workshop is a funny and useful three hour workshop that aims to give you practical dating advice that works. The goal? To grow your confidence, help you get more matches, have better conversations and enjoy dating more. It’s also a really fun night.
Building your dating confidence
How to start a conversation when you have no idea what to say
Getting better profile pics: (bring your smartphone because we’ll take some!)
Writing a bio that stands out
Ali’s unverified tips to get your profile seen by more people
Red flags: spotting dodgy people
Some reviews from the last BDOM workshop:
“It was brilliant.”
“The workshop helps a lot and boosts up your confidence.”
“It was awesome.”
“I learnt so much – honestly, it’s like getting the ‘cheat codes’ to the apps. I’ve been putting some tips into practice and it’s already paying off with my chats.”
The Work-Shop is BYO so if you’d like to bring something special to drink, please go ahead.
The Bad Dates of Melbourne Workshop goes for three hours and wraps up at 9pm. You will get a workbook to take home. We’re a short walk from the Fitzroy bar scene, so you may want to head out with other participants after. I might join you after I pack up. The class is capped at 20 people.
This workshop is for everyone, whether you are confident or a little shyer. I’m a friendly person and will do my best to make you feel comfortable – don’t be afraid to come solo.
The last workshop was SOLD OUT: so grab a ticket before they go!