Be irresistible with the law of attraction

By Samantha Jayne

Your thoughts create your reality. If you think thoughts of lack, self-doubt, thinking all the good ones are gone, or that people are doing wrong by you then this is what you will experience in your life.

If you are not sure what your thoughts are, then simply ask yourself, “How do I feel?” If you feel exhausted, grumpy, or negative, this is your indicator that your thoughts are not aligned with creating an extraordinary life. On the other hand if you feel amazing, energized, catch yourself smiling a lot, laughing and spend time with incredible people with great lives and you feel lucky then you are on track to an extraordinary life. Out of the two options I know which life I’d prefer to be living and feeling. It’s not rocket science is it?

If you want you can instantly change your thoughts and start to experience great things in your life right now. To get you started write down as many things that you are grateful for as possible. Do this each day and reflect on this list with genuine gratitude. Whether it is big or small there is no right or wrong the simple act of appreciation can completely change your life. Appreciation is the antidote of fear. Appreciate each and every day, and everyone that is in it. Check in and notice how you feel? I can imagine you’re feeling lighter, have a greater sense of hope, optimism and start to notice the way other people are reacting to your new fresh approach to life. I can guarantee the opposite sex will be drawn in. At Blue Label Life we have found our clients who acknowledge take control of their thoughts and own them have found the greatest success. Join our exceptional clients and drive your own bus take responsibility for changing your thoughts and create the life you want and attract the partner you desire. Write down your goals very clearly. Use the SMART model if it helps. a. S – Simple, specific b. M – Measurable c. A – Attractive, stated ‘as if’ you already have it d. R – Realistic e. T – Timed – when will it be in your life? For example, “It is Christmas 2015 and I am standing on the balcony of my beach house, and in love! I have an incredible relationship. I enjoyed an exciting, fun and rewarding year. I feel incredible.” Think about your relationship goals daily and with feelings of appreciation for them being in your life – your mind does not know the difference between the reality outside of you and the reality in your mind. Never, ever, ever give up on the dream. Get more determined, every day, to experience your relationship goals in your life. Surround yourself with happy positive people and learn how others have achieved their goals, and if it suits you, do what they did. Act. Nothing can replace action. One step, each day, towards the achievement of your goals will bring them into your life. Don’t have ‘spurts’ of action then nothing for days or weeks. Do something, every day, no exceptions, even if it’s just to think about how good you feel having this goal in your life. My favourite saying is activity breeds success. Get out there and do the things you have always wanted to do start living and I mean living! Get a new outfit or wardrobe, start a new activity, and do something adventurous, be the person you want to date! Guess what? Before you know it, that person will find you, because you will be out there, social available and oozing confidence appeal and that is very sexy to the opposite sex. If you’d like help or some expert advice, contact our Blue Label Life team of lifestyle coaches and matchmakers we have a number of FREE products we can offer you, simply ask. We can ensure you have the tools to create success in your life. You deserve it!

First Date ideas perth

25 First Date Ideas

Share an experience

1. Watch a foreign movie – catch something a little different from the usual at Luna Leederville. You’ve immediately got a shared point of conversation and there are plenty of places nearby to grab a beverage before or after the movie.

2. Comedy night– head upstairs to Lazy Susan’s Comedy den at the Brisbane Hotel. ‘The Big Hoo-Haa!’ runs every Saturday night and sees two teams battle it out in a game of improv. Or head to the Comedy Lounge in the CBD or Fremantle at Little Creatures Next Door.

3. Quiz night– team up and test your competitive streaks against one another with a quiz night at The Old Laundry on a Monday night, The Hyde Park Hotel on a Tuesday, or The Inglewood Hotel on a Wednesday. Check your local pub, they’re bound to have a night too.

4. See something on stage– check out the latest musical showing at Crown or a live event at Perth Arena. Or see what’s playing at the Heath Ledger Theatre, Regal Theatre or at the Town Hall, especially in the winter months as tastings (cheese and wines and whiskeys etc.) start popping up all over the place. The Ellington Jazz Club is always a winner too.

5. Strawberry picking– Springtime brings delicious strawberries with it and the strawberry farm in Bullsbrook has got you covered for a sweet first date.

Take a tour

6. Eat the Street– it’s surprising how much you can learn by playing tourist in your home town. Sample the best eats and drinks across Perth on Eat the Street’s Saturday evening Barrack to Beaufort tour, or visit the Bars on Beaufort on a Thursday night.

7. Explore the CBD– the beautiful thing about Perth City is that you can still find bars down hidden alleyways that make you feel like you’ve found Perth’s best-kept secret. There’s also a view and a half at Elizabeth Quay where a spot of gelato never goes astray.

8. Swan Valley– either hop on a bus and be chauffeured around or pick any place you want (because they’re all good in the valley) and bask in the sunshine and live music. On the last Sunday of the month, you’ll find markets showcasing locally-made produce at Ugly Duckling Wines.

9. Fremantle– DIY a tour of your own and head to Little Creatures for a brew, Cicerello’s for fish and chips, Bread in Common for small bites, and top it all off with a ride on the Ferris wheel along the Esplanade.

10. AQWA or Perth Zoo– hear us out, these aren’t just for kids. AQWA regularly host adult-only events and options to dine within the underwater tunnel which, let’s face it, is just pure magic. There’s also a tranquil spot to sit and watch the goings on beneath the sea at the downstairs viewing area. And when was the last time you went to the zoo? Chances are it’s been just as long for your date too.

Get outdoors

11. Pack a picnic– keep it traditional and grab a rug and a basket and head to Kings Park for the sweeping city views, or spend an afternoon in Hyde Park. Not only is it beautiful and tranquil sitting by the lake, but Chu Bakery is right across the road and they have some of Perth’s best doughnuts. You’re welcome.

12. Take a hike – Lesmurdie Falls would be the go-to answer here, but have you heard of Ellis Brook Valley Reserve? It’s a short hike, steep but quick, about an hour roundtrip.  It all depends on how long you stop to admire the city views at the top (it’s also a nice place to pack a picnic for) and the quarry is breathtaking on the way back down.

13. Hire a kayak or catamaran– when the weather heats up, head to Coode St Jetty in South Perth and hire out kayaks or sail along the Swan River in a catamaran. No experience is necessary, staff are available to assist beginners. You’ll love it when you’re cruising together.

14. Fish and chips by the beach– does it get any better than dipping your toes in the sand after a long day and watching the sunset whilst enjoying some fish and chips? We don’t think so. We’re so very lucky to live in a city with ample, beautiful beaches to head to. Take your pick, our favourites are Scarborough, Fremantle and Hillarys.

15. Play a round of mini golf– a little healthy competition never goes astray. Try your hand at mini golf one evening at the Wanneroo Botanic Gardens. There’s also Holey Moley in the CBD but it’s smaller and louder so make plans for after (there are plenty of bars nearby).

Everybody loves brunch

16. Beaufort Street– more of a morning person? Beaufort Street has cute cafés the whole way down, including Mary St Bakery (for all your baked goods), Cantina 663 (for excellent coffee) and Blacksmith (heart-warming full plates).

17. Maylands– share a pot of bottomless tea at Chapels which boasts an impressive array of flavours to choose from. There’s also Mr S just down the road on the corner. You know it’s going to be good when the locals pack it out.

18. East Perth– nab a table outside for waterfront views and get in on the all-day-breakfast goodness at Toast. Pro tip: they do crepes (savoury and sweet) and they are very delicious.

19. Como– watch the world pass by on Canning Highway while you sit back and sip your morning coffee together at Frisch and Barc.

20. Fremantle– Ootong and Lincoln is a quirky little number, Moore and Moore Café is adorned with beautiful artwork, and Bib & Tucker has those ocean views covered, plus a fresh menu filled with WA local produce.

Small bites and a drink or two

21. Crown Towers, TWR– The Waiting Room was recently crowned the best bar in Australia in the 2018 Gourmet Traveller Australian Hotel Awards. Fun fact to tempt your date.

22. Beaufort Street, Clarences – this place really sets the mood with each booth lit by candlelight and an intimate bar down the stairs. You’ll be feeling a red wine in no time.

23. Leederville, Duende – Spanish tapas is designed for sharing and Duende delivers the (delicious) goods. It’s an intimate way to get to know your date’s tastes and not fear any order envy.

24. Applecross, Bad Apples Bar– tapas and cocktails are the specialty here, which sounds like the perfect Sunday sesh to us.

25. Northbridge, James Parker– do yourself a favour and step foot inside this venue to first appreciate the architecture and then indulge in the finest Japanese delicacies.


Renee Brown: Wedding Boom with Channel 7 News

Recently, I had the pleasure of contributing to a Channel 7 interview on the increasing number of weddings occurring across the country.

The segment started with the heart-warming story of two people finding love and marrying at the ages of 85 and 80!

It’s never too late to follow your heart and walk down the aisle.

The Channel 7 story embodied the trend emerging in Australia of couples waiting until they are older before committing to marriage. The average age for marriage is now 30 for females and 32 for men.

These age statistics are emblematic of the type of people we work with here at Corporate Cupid. We have found our clients tend to be over the age of 30 and therefore generally have the following attributes:

1. Financial Security: Once you have reached the age of 30, you are likely to have finished your studies and settled into your chosen profession. With this comes a certain level of financial security and a wish to be partnered up with people in similar financial circumstances.

2. Relationship Awareness: Understanding what you do and do not want from a relationship. This is often formed through past relationship experience and a genuine knowledge of your own qualities.

3. Belief System: Knowing your values, beliefs, and how they feed into your interests and desires, is something that accumulates over a lifetime. We have found that our clients (and people over the age of 30 generally) are more likely to have an understanding of who they are on a deeper level, which allows for a better opportunity to find that perfect match.

At Corporate Cupid, we understand that finding a person who is at the same stage of life as you can be a frustrating process. We want to take the hassle out of finding your special person, while ensuring that you are matched with someone who is best suited to your true needs.

If you are wanting to know more about what we offer and how our match making works, drop me a line.

Wedding boom in Perth

WEDDING BOOMPerth is in the grip of a new marriage boom, changing the institution as we know it forever.Divorce is out and wedded bliss is in, but this time it's very

Posted by 7 News Perth on Tuesday, 30 October 2018

Corporate Cupid Perth Dating Agency, Love History Shapes You

How Your Love History Shapes You

Have you suffered through a breakup only to hear somebody say that every relationship exists for a reason?

Have you often wondered to yourself why you have been in certain relationships, unable to find anything valuable or positive?

Many of us have been through some terrible relationships and wondered what this does to us in the long term.

If you have ever wondered how your history in love can shape you, then there are some valid ways. What you have experienced over time helps to make you the person that you are.

Not only are you sure to learn valuable lessons, but you are also likely to adapt to certain traits or beliefs.

Here are some classic ways that our live history can shape us and our lives.

It Can Make You Feel Positive or Negative About Love Though a relationship may have ended badly, you may have really enjoyed it along the way. Alternatively if you had a terrible relationship you may have been glad to see it come to an end.

What we have experienced in love helps to shape us into the people that we are. The way that we feel about love, commitment, or relationships in general is often closely linked to our history in this area.

If you feel positive then you may have experienced love firsthand but known that it wasn’t with the right person.

If you feel negative then you could have been in a terrible relationship or experienced love at its worst.

What happens over time in the relationships that we have can create positive or negative sentiments overall.

It Can Prevent You From Truly Trusting If you were cheated on or there were lies in a relationship, this can affect you deep down to your core.

Feeling betrayed in any way can really leave a scar on your heart and soul.

Though you may have moved on, you may also have a hard time trusting others. You have been lied to, cheated on, or just suffered some startling revelations and this can cause you to feel that people are inherently bad.

This is a difficult one to cope with but you can overcome it with the right relationship.

Just because one person was deceitful doesn’t mean that they all will be. You do however need to give yourself time to rebuild trust in your life!

It Can Ensure That You Place Value On What Is Truly Important To You.You truly do learn something from each and every relationship, even if you don’t realize it at the time. You start to see patterns and learn what you DON’T want in a relationship. You also start to see what you deserve and what you DO so desperately want for yourself out of love. As we are shaped by good and bad relationships, our sentiments develop. At the same time we start to learn more about ourselves. We see what we want out of a long term partner, sometimes because we found just the opposite in somebody that we dated.

We see that we deserve happiness and start to understand what that means to us. We also start to understand what we bring to a relationship and what sort value that holds. Though you may not realize it, our love history starts to shape what we want for our future. It may take us time to get to what we really want, but we know that it’s worth waiting and fighting for.

So though you may think that past relationships were a waste of time, they truly do help us to uncover certain truths about ourselves. We will quickly develop the beliefs that move us forward and hopefully allow us to get to what we know we deserve!