Bumble: The Dating App That Puts Women First

     In the next few minutes, we are going to explore the dating app Bumble, it’s creator and CEO Whitney Wolfe, and the departure from traditional dating apps and sites.

In a society where men are expected to make the first move when it comes to dating, Bumble flips this gender expectation and puts the initial contact in the hands of women. Similar to a Sadie Hawkins (girls choice) dance where the responsibility of inviting a boy to the event lies solely with the girls, Bumble at first appears like many dating apps swiping left to move on or right in an attempt to make a connection, but with Bumble the female always makes the first move and she has one day to say something and make a connection before it’s gone.

According to the Bumble FAQ ‘Men can’t start a conversation with the female users but they can show special interest in a match by extending just one per day to remain in the queue for an additional 24 hours’.

Whitney Wolfe was born in 1990 in Salt Lake City, Utah and attended Southern Methodist College. In addition to being the founder and CEO of Bumble, Wolfe has also been involved with launching Cardify, Tinder, and has worked orphanages while traveling in southeast Asia. She now resides in Austin, Texas.

So is Bumble an empowering app for single women or just a dating site within a more specific niche similar to Christian dating or Farmers Only dating? Either way, Bumble takes a step forward in making women feel safer online and filtering out a lot of unwanted advances.

The Bumble app is currently available on the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store, and they are planning a Windows phone version as well.

Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrxxBd1UJxg for more.

Wild Ark Is Inviting You To South Africa

Wild Ark’s vision is to protect the worlds wildest places. Founded by Mark and Sophie Hutchinson, they developed a group to help conserve the places on earth that we are in fear of losing. They work hard to educate the world about the natural places that inhabit this earth so we can save it for future generations to enjoy as well. They work together to secure green locations around the globe and promote its natural habitat. While educating people they create opportunities for people to come close with the animals and life that inhabit these green places. Through education they can promote the desire to maintain it and keep it safe.Learn more : http://wildark.com/news/

Wild Ark has created some really great experiences for those of us who want to participate with wildlife (http://wildark.com/study-the-wild/). Right now there is a 28 day experience in Botswana or South Africa. It’s a perfect experience for those who enjoy hiking and observing nature. The majority of the 28 days you will be walking the bush observing the big game in the area with a trusted and responsible guide. It is a truly authentic experience in that you will see and do things that are completely unexpected and exciting. Eco Training, a trail guiding organization, will be guiding the tour and showing you all there is to see in Botswana. During your stay in Botswana, Wild Ark provides two-person tents, four meals a day, and bedding to sleep on.Learn more : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUo4EHg7ZWNPFEg3tjytCSg

This is the ultimate way to experience the wilderness of Africa without leaving a trace. If you are in dire need of some disconnection from the modern world, what better place to do it than in South Africa? Many people leave from the experience having learned something new, had encounters they will never forget, and leave feeling more connected to the earth than ever before.

Through education of what our world offers we can promise a better future for our children and grandchildren. The more we know, they more they will know as well. Creating a sustainable wilderness is key to improving our planet. You will not regret going on a trip to the African Bush.Learn more : http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/2016/10/20/mick-fanning-the-conservationist-first-look-at-his-expedition-t/

Sawer Howitt: Teenage Racquetball Phenomenon

Sawyer Howitt played two games with the Racquetball Club of Portland in January 2015. The first game on January 21, he was matched against Jack Baldchun, and the second was on January 23 against Eric Poppleton. Both games are losses for Sawyer Howitt.

Even though Sawyers matches did not result in a trophy, his matches proved that his the skills to be a contender in the 2017 Oregon Racquetball Schedule. Howitt spends his time improving his game in Double Matches with his former class mates of Lincoln High School.

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