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Making New Friends Made Easy with Huggle


Becoming a mum is the most amazing experience in the world, but it is also the hardest and it can be very lonely at times. You need friends around you, people you can talk to and that you have things in common with.

For me becoming a mum made it even harder to make new friends, no longer was I in a work environment where I was always interacting with people, or out and about on the weekends socialising. Not only that but I was the first of my friends to have children, my life had become completely different to theirs and we no longer had anything in common. I had no other friends that were mums and I began to feel very isolated.

Brand new app Huggle could have made things very different for me in the early days of being a new mum. Huggle lets you discover the people who go to the places you go. It filters who you connect with based on where you go, what you do, what you’re interested in and how you live your life.


So let’s say I had got chatting to another mum at the park or at a baby group and didn’t think to take their name or number, after all it was just a casual chat. That’s where Huggle comes in…you can check the app so see if she is on there and send her a message, simple!

Huggle is super easy to use too, you can connect with your Facebook account so there’s no need to fill out all of your details. And there’s no need to worry about online safety as no random people can see your list of places, only you! And you can only speak to people if you have a place in common.

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Huggle has been praised by Sociologist, Dr Alex Hughes for it’s realistic platform for connecting users:

“From the very first moment of meeting someone, how similar you are to that person plays a huge role in future interactions. Whether it’s romantic relationships or friendships, people are naturally attracted to similarity rather than appearance. Therefore sourcing a relationship based on appearance is not credible when looking for a long-term partnership. Individuals need to have shared interests, attitudes and values, for any relationship to work.”  

Huggle is available to download for free from the App Store, Google Play and the Windows Store.

What do you think to Huggle? Would it be something that you would use?

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  1. September 6, 2016 / 1:33 am

    I’ll have to check this out! I’m about to be a new mom (any day now) and I have hated the awkward friendship transitions I am already going through :/ Is there anything else that has helped you find those amazing people to be in your life? I don’t want to be a mom-hermit…

    • Emma
      September 6, 2016 / 10:39 am

      It’s a great app, I highly recommend you check it out 🙂