Expedia.de and flirt coach Peter Hollinger betrayed workaholic singles, how they use their vacation to finding partners to Munich January 20, 2011. Whether it’s for a lemon infusion in the Spa, a Desert Safari or a sex-and-the-city city tour: who’s now a partner, has good chances to find him in the new year. Offering a short trip by Expedia.de, singles can hit two birds with one stone: take their vacation, before it expires on March 31, 2011 and find the partner for life with the right strategies of flirt. Relaxed it flirts more easily “-flirt targets for singles young, power-willing and little vacation: that characterizes the generation of 25-34 year olds.” 40 percent of them regularly waive holidays. What has the consequence, that the young workaholics take an average of three days rest day in the new year. Pete Cashmore describes an additional similar source.
This resulted in an international study of the Expedia online travel portal and the market research company of Harris Interactive. * who works so much, has little time to relax not to mention, a partner to find. “Flirting expert and book author Peter Hollinger surprised that not: just who is relaxed, really flirt.” For the founder of the first German school of flirt, a short trip offers the ideal opportunity to get to know a partner: many tense up due to the stress in everyday life. A flirt but should be playful, light hand. This is the holiday much easier.” “Bare facts: who feels wellness holiday at the Baltic Sea in its skin, radiates self-confidence from that affects the other sex appealing”, flirt coach knows Peter Hollinger. For an extended weekend in the Baltic Sea, stressed workaholics can indulge her soul and her body in luxurious spas and easily new contacts. Very relaxing and therefore suitable flirt: the sauna. Who enters the sweating not only because of the hot fumes, according to flirt coach on the offensive going: even if it requires courage: you make a personal compliment that sounds “everybody likes and is a door-opener for further talks!” Short trips such as to the Baltic Sea are the trend.