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4 Apps to Help You Find Love in 2013

By Bob on January 10, 2013 4:48 AM

If you're one of the many Boomers out there looking for love, cheer up. Technology is making it easier than ever to meet that special someone. We've found 4 Apps that may just help you find who you've been looking for:

4 Apps to Help You Find Love in 2013


1. Badoo
Plan on looking for love in the New Year? Badoo is a social network where you can meet new Badoo-261.jpgpeople. With over 150 million users, Badoo is great for chatting, making friends, sharing interests and dating. It's free and easy to use.


Cost: FREE


2. Date Ideas 
At a loss for what to do on that next date? The Date Ideas has creative date ideas to make your date a success.  With over 16 different categories including dinner dates, first dates, lunch dates, romantic dates, special occasions, valentine's day, ideas for asking and many more, it could end being serious!


Cost: FREE

3. Groupie

Connects you with people who share the same hobbies and social causes.  It's the easiest way to discover groups, meet new people and stay in touch with friends. With over 25,000 groups, there's always something to talk about. 


Cost: FREE



Bump App-496.jpg4. Bump Now that you've found that special someone, you'll probably want to exchange contact information. If that person is an iPhone or Android user, you can use the Bump app to quickly exchange contact information. You can also exchange photos, apps, and anything else you choose to share.


Cost: FREE


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Diabetes-Friendly Chicken Burrito Bowl

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By Laura Cipullo and Lisa Mikus, authors of Everyday Diabetes Meals
Image credit: Colin Erricson

Prepare your own Mexican quick fix with this Chipotle-inspired bowl. Carbs are moderated by filling the bowl with beans, extra veggies and chicken. No need for rice, since the beans count as carbs.


If you love tomatoes, increase the quantity to 1/2 cup, but note that the carbohydrates will also increase.

If preparing this recipe for one person, cut all of the ingredients in half. Or simply prepare the full recipe up to the end of step 2 and store leftover chicken and vegetable-bean mixture in separate airtight containers in the refrigerator for up to 2 days. Reheat in the microwave on High for 1 to 2 minutes, or until heated through, and continue with step 3.

Health Bite: The iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, copper and zinc in black beans help to keep bones strong and healthy.

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