Making New Friends & Having New Adventures in Seattle
Even if you’re a confident, social super lovely adult woman, it can be really hard to make a new friends. Think we’re just saying that to try and make you feel better? We’re not. It’s SUCH a common problem that there are new ladies joining GirlCrew groups in cities all over the world every single day to find some people to head to a gig with, check out a new restaurant or just see who’s up for drinks after work this evening.
So you are literally not alone. Not anymore anyways.
Have you ever messaged everyone you know to make weekend plans but everyone was busy already? As we grow up, we all naturally get busier with careers, family commitments and annoying, zero fun stuff like laundry. (I secretly really enjoy doing laundry but that’s not the point.) The problem for most GirlCrew members isn’t that they don’t have any friends, it’s that no one is free at the same time anymore.
GirlCrew solves this really simply because you get to just jump into a cool squad of women in the same boat as you whenever you need to. Join the Seattle group, post what you’d like to do (brunch? dinner? a bike ride?! cocktails? dancing? you name it, GirlCrew has done it.), wait for the responses to come in and head along to your first GirlCrew get together.
We also see heaps of members connecting and forming friendships because they have something in common – be that an interest or something they’re struggling with, that their current friends and family either have no interest in or just have never been through. That’s been really special to get that benefit from it personally as well as seeing it do the same thing for thousands of other women too. The groups are open to women over 25, with no upper age limit. Check out our other city groups if you’re not based in Seattle.
Now that you’ve got a crew sorted, what’s good to see, do or eat there? Why not join the group and see what they’re up to! I’ve never seen better more reliable recommendations than I’ve gotten from posting in GirlCrew groups. They’ve been to solstice beach parties, kayaking, doen pole fitness classes together, walks around Greenlake, karaoke, nights out dancing and more. How could you say no?