I've been happily married for almost 4 years. In addition, we dated for 6 and a half years prior to that. Dating is hard, and I'm glad to be out of the game. But, if I had to date, these guys would not be on my 2nd date list.

1. The Video Gamer
Especially the ones that wear the ear piece and talk while playing. It is just a game, remember?

2. The Snob
Money can make you happy but it can't necessarily buy happiness. Just because you have it doesn't mean you should flaunt it.

3. The Narcissist
If you take longer than me to get ready this is going to be a real problem. 

4. The $30,000 Millionaire
This guy has a Mercedes that he'll be paying off for the rest of his life.

5. The Know It All
This guy orders for you at a restaurant. Gross.

6. The Cheater
One time still counts.

7. The “I Can't Commit”
This guy will never have “the talk” with you about where your relationship stands. Even after 2 years.

8. The Overly Jealous
Sure, it's kind of cute when you're mad that someone talked to me at a bar. But if I have to call you and check in every hour when we aren't together that's a problem.

9. The Anti- Dog Person
He must have something really wrong with him.

10. The Drunk
Partying is great! But not when it's every day and sometimes twice on Tuesdays.

What type of guy would you never date?

Now I have a real treat for you today. I have Mary from Uncustomary Art (see how clever her blog name is??) to answer some questions. If you're looking to follow someone that is genuinely happy, fun, and lives life to the fullest – I suggest you check out Mary. We could all use a little positivity in our life.
1. You are
so full of life and passion- how do you stay happy?

Happiness isn’t something that’s always come natural to me, but it’s
something I’ve always sought out. Until I was in my 20’s, I had a very hard
time with mental health issues and I struggled to get better. After confronting
my issues with cognitive behavioral therapy and medication, I was able to
develop coping mechanisms that have made me able to live my life in the way I’ve
always dreamed.
Once I figured it was possible to be as happy as I always wanted,
I decided to advocate happiness for others. I think that everyone has the
ability to be happy and since that means different things for everyone, we
should all embrace and accept the things that bring ourselves and others joy.
To stay happy, I practice gratitude every day by writing in my Happy Journal. I also spend a lot of time with people who inspire me, explore
things as much as I can, and embrace my weirdness.

2. You spread so much
positivity – tell me about the community events you started.

When I quit my day job, I knew I wanted to make free fun in my
city (Baltimore) a priority. I have a lot of ideas for ways that the public can
interact together and it’s become a really fun way to engage with the
community. Events I’ve hosted include scavenger hunts, group photoshoots, and
flash mobs.

3. What's the coolest thing to happen to you since you started blogging?

Blogging for me has almost gone hand-in-hand with not having a
conventional job. I blogged as a hobby while I worked at a psychiatric
rehabilitation center, and once I quit I focused fully on blogging, selling
products, and hosting events. It has been completely amazing to not have to
work for someone else, to develop relationships with other bloggers, and to be
published in local media for the projects I create. Probably the coolest thing
has been being recognized in public for my blog, which isn’t something I ever
dreamed would happen. I’m always astonished and overwhelmed with the love
letters and e-mails I receive, and am grateful for every experience this blog
has provided me with.

4. What's been the biggest traffic source for your blog?

The biggest source of traffic for my blog is people Googling what
to tell their penpal! On a whim, I created a list of 50 prompts of things to
write to your penpal, and it soared with popularity. I’m also very heavily involved
in the mail art scene, so once people find my blog through that pen pal prompt
list, they tend to stick around for more advice on snail mail, which is awesome.
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