Ask a handful of couples how they met and inevitably you'll find a few who wooed their soul mates at the office happy hour. But the more recent coupling phenomenon is searching for a partner online -- while you're at work.
According to a recent Washington Post Web Watch column, nearly 8 million lonely hearts searched singles websites while at work. (Suggestion: Close the door and keep a Word document on hand to cover up your prowling.)
Looking for love in all the right places now includes a growing list of online matchmaking sites. The most trafficked, according to Media Metrix, are Match.com, Yahoo! Personals
Does Internet matchmaking work? Hard to say. But we certainly have some advice when it comes to taking your relationship to the next level -- handling money with your honey.
Address these questions before shacking up.
Cut wedding costs in half with advice from a frugal bride.
Shave some dollars from the budget after walking down the aisle.
How can you successfully mix romance and money? By composing a Couples Manifesto!
When it comes to investing for two, communication and patience pay major dividends.
Though not ready for Feb. 14 shipment, The Motley Fool's Guide to Couples & Cash will help you combine your naughty and nice money habits.
- Speaking of new revenue streams, perhaps we're onto something here. Calling all Fools for love!