It's easy to jump into a relationship when you're super into a certain someone and ready to take the next step. But consider these points before completely committing to him. Do you know him as well as you think?!
Ladies (and gentlemen), your 20s are some of the most exciting times in life. You’re growing up, finding your path, and getting to know the real you. Here’s a few reasons why being completely single this summer is far better than any summer fling.
Looking forward to your spring break trip with your significant other but don’t know where to go? Maybe your friends are going to Cancun or Miami, but your idea of a “romantic getaway” doesn’t involve a bunch of drunk party goers getting in the way. We totally understand, so here’s a list of other spring break options that are equally fun as they are low profile.
Valentine’s Day is just a few days away, but you and your boyfriend have nothing planned. Don’t wait for him to plan something. Take the lead! Plan a day out together that’s unforgettable. Here is a couple of last minute date ideas you both will love:
You can achieve work-life balance (shudder!). Balance—the very word teeters on the heavy side of the guilt seesaw. So much is being said about work-life balance these days that we feel compelled to justify that we’re “in balance” lest we admit our lives are out of control or that we’re unhappy with the choices we’ve made. Let’s just ditch the word altogether. What’s important is that your life is in harmony.
For many of us, mornings are hard. Sometimes, getting out of your oh-so-comfortable bed and starting the coffee is achievement enough. But if you’re the type of person who gets up early, congratulations! You’re probably better off than those who hit the snooze button. Recent studies have shown that early risers are actually more productive than their later-sleeping counterparts.
Many people make resolutions at the beginning of the New Year, but it’s very difficult to stick to your plans if you don’t have constant support. That’s why making resolutions you can stick to as a family is such an important part of creating lasting changes.
Food and drinks all over the floor. Kids’ faces (and bodies and clothes) are a mess. Cups, bowls and spoons strewn everywhere. At least two of them are fighting. Only one of them actually ate something. Mom and Dad just want dinner to be over with… Are you having meal times like these?