Opinion

Thinking about a summer fling? Read this article first

By Raquel Peel
Updated January 5 2022 - 4:35am, first published January 4 2022 - 6:25pm
Summer romances or "holiday flings" often occur outside of the routine of everyday life. Picture: Shutterstock

Summer is a time we associate with love. The longer days and warmer weather can lead to people feeling happier, more relaxed and in the mood for romance. This year in particular, Australians are longing for human connection with the ease of state border restrictions and lockdowns.

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