Same goes for fundraising, wrapping holiday presents and teaching new skills. On planes, trains and automobiles — or waiting for them.
It's easy — or at least logical — to strike up a conversation with a seatmate; if nothing else, you've got your destination in common.
" Another, an avid cyclist, met her husband-to-be on a bike trip in France.
(On my one and only bike trip, through New England, the lone male I got to know was the driver of the sag wagon.) 5. Pick an activity that interests you — and one that's conducive to interaction.
Both were committed to their jobs, so they kept things secret for nearly a year, sitting apart at meetings and commuting to work separately — even after they had moved in together!