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But I’ve come to accept that we’re all works-in-progress.And if you find the right person, maybe you can keep working on being better …

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But as I head into the heart of my 30s, I sometimes wonder what potential partners will think of my tumultuous financial situation.

I also wonder if I can really afford to find someone special. Even when I’m treated on the first date, I believe that dinner and drinks should eventually be a shared expense. But if someone I’m dating has more expensive taste than my own, that can prove tricky.

But most of them are artificial and some are so dangerous they’ve been scientifically documented to induce cancerous tumours and other diseases. Luckily for us, there’s a (not so new anymore) boy in town – Stevia.

This cheap sugar alternative comes directly from the soil, is very easy to grow on your own, and is claimed to be successfuly used for centuries by Latin American natives.

Yes, stevia is much sweeter than sugar and contains no carbohydrates or calories and everybody knows that. Native latin-American used it for centuries as a sweet treat and breath-freshener, but do their claims of stevia being a health food with medicinal properties by itself hold any basis in reality?

In the early 70’s, Japan begun cultivating Stevia as an alternative to artificial sweeteners like saccharin after suspecting them of being a potential carcinogen.Indeed a very sad fate for a human being genetically hardwired for optimal fitness, vibrant health and sexy times.Sugar substitutes and alternatives have shown themselves everywhere – from the notorious Aspartame to Saccharin and Sucralose. Based on my dating experiences in Portland, there’s a 50-50 chance we’ll split the check. Then he’ll know I’m a mess of an adult who can barely pay her bills lately — but wow, these oysters are good. My life is an endless loop of hustle, hope and fear. I suggested oysters for our first date because we’d chatted about how much he loves the ocean, how much I love oysters, and how his family trips to the Oregon coast had never included these slippery little shellfish. And of course he loves the oysters and wants to order more. “Let’s have another dozen.” As a freelance writer, I’ve accepted that I will never make a ton of money.I hoped he was interested in a second date, but could I even afford it? It can also make me overly critical and resentful of others.

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