Compliment her. Don't talk about the future or ask where the relationship is heading. Make eye contact. Be daring in your humor at times. You need to take a step back and look at your life first. Haven't I told you I don't like it? Set time aside for exercise in the days before the date, whether it's yoga or push ups. You might think someone should ask you out if they're interested in you - and you might even think it should be up to the man to make the first move. Don't wear too much make up. Be less open. It's not possible to make anybody do anything against their will unless you're coercing them. If they do let you know how they feel about you, but it is not the same way you feel about them, don't stress it and don't make the mistake to take it back. Because it's something they know pretty well and have mulled over. To make a girl laugh, try these tips. Does he seem intelligent? Avoid flirting by jokes. It's comfortable to her. Add mascara and some lip gloss. How to Date a Hopelessly Romantic Person When You Are Not Hopelessly Romantic. Don't ramble. Do make online dating a priority. Expand online dating sites your dating pool. Be prepared to contribute to the date and excuse yourself. Take note of your partner's sensitivity and emotions. Say sorry. It's love, not brain surgery. Don't use a selfie as your profile photo! Who makes you most comfortable? The novelty of being picked up by a friendly, not-creepy woman is enough to make most men smile and reciprocate. Be friendly and open to sharing a little bit about yourself. When kissing her, caress her lips with yours by holding a kiss for a few seconds. Don't be shy towards him. Aim to be polite and respectful of the other person, showing that you're keen to get to know him or her better. He will probably be happy to help you. When you're sure that your crush likes you, try a wink. Open doors, say thank you, say please and be respectful to the service staff. Whenever she is in dark switch on the light and a happy picture of you and me will appear.
Burza / The Tempest, William Shakespeare


ewa-greczkowska2Dyplom z aneksem scenograficznym – Sztukmistrz z Lublina, I. B. Singer – na Wydziale Architektury i Wzornictwa ASP w Gdańsku w 2012 roku. Obecnie pracuje w pracowni projektowej PP STUDIO w Gdyni.

Uczestniczyła w wystawach:

Obrazy Przestrzeni, Instytut Polski w Pradze – wystawa towarzysząca XII edycji Quadriennale Scenografii w Pradze, 2011;

Scenografia 6D – Festiwal Nowej Scenografii, Centrum Scenografii Polskiej w Katowicach 2012.

Diploma with scenographic annex at the Faculty of Architecture and Design, Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk (The Magician of Lublin, I. B. Singer, 2012). Currently works at PP STUDIO Design Studio in Gdynia.

She presented her works at the following exhibitions:

Images of Space, Polish Institute in Prague – exhibition accompanying the 12th edition of the Prague Scenography Quadrennial, 2011;

Scenography 6D, New Scenography Festival, Polish Scenography Centre
in Katowice, 2012.

Burza / The Tempest, William Shakespeare

Burza / The Tempest, William Shakespeare