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For Katy Paulson, scrolling through the app turns up some interesting matches."A driven, enlightened, grounded, poet," she reads one man's self-description.
The plan was to run my company, Outdoor Fest, virtually—planning a summer festival, answering emails, and enjoying views of the Flatirons. I was happy to take in the relatively slower pace of Colorado life and the seemingly endless sunshine. I had just gotten out of a long-term relationship in NYC, and getting back out there wasn't foremost on my mind—until approached me in January with an assignment.
What was it like for a city girl to date in America's most outdoorsy town?
DENVER - A Colorado tech company is cashing in on the growing mindfulness movement by creating a new dating app targeting those interested in yoga, personal development and healthy living.
In her Denver yoga studio, Katy Paulson practices mindfulness every day."I really feel like I found my people, my community," said Paulson.Most neighborhoods provide excellent recycling programs as do most businesses.