So as you all know I am engaged, and with engagement comes several obligatory events leading up to the wedding. There’s the venue hunt, engagement photos, dress shopping, the bridal shower, etc. So far, we’ve got two items crossed off the list.
So I’m engaged. *cue balloons, streamers, and questions about when we’re having babies.*
As a former dater, I’ve had several conversations with friends discussing how difficult dating is now. Sure, it was only a few years ago when I too was scouting for a future boyfriend, however, a lot has changed in that short period of time.
When you’ve found true love, be warned because there’s no turning back. You can fight it, but you’ll be back. You can’t mess with destiny.
I was wondering what your take is on dating your friend’s ex . For example, if your friend is happily married, and you run into her ex from 5 years ago, is it okay to date him?
This post was originally published on Adolescent.net. The holidays are among us and that means Christmas shopping. For those of us into social interaction and friendship, this usually means every December you brave retail lines in pursuit of gifts. As you grow older, it also seems like Christmas lists get longer with gifts for people you actually want to give presents to and those you feel obligated to give to. If you’re on the fence about whether or not you should spend your money on certain people, this guide will help clear things up. Your best friend’s new husband/wife that you may or may not be fond of. Sure they’ve broken up several times. There may have been a moment of panic before your friend walked down the aisle too. But your friend loves their significant other, and by default, so should you. HOWEVER, that doesn’t mean you have to spend your hard earned cash on them, or does it? The deciding factor: Is there a chance the new husband/wife will be getting you a …
As working twenty year olds with three jobs and a few college courses between the two of us, its common for us to stay in bed all weekend and watch TV. However, a good date night goes a long way in keeping our sanity and maintaining some romance. Here are the weekends festivities:
For anyone who’s ever been in a relationship in their early 20s, you probably know this struggle. It seems like every other couple is doing dinner and a movie every week while you and your significant other Netflix and chill. I just started my first full time job about six months ago while my boyfriend graduated from Stanford this past June. With both of us saving up for the finer things in life, we’re learning to navigate how to keep our relationship going while maintaining a few zeros in our accounts. Here’s how we’ve done it so far: Be Honest. Initially when my boyfriend graduated, after being long distance for a few months, our instinct was to catch up on missed dinners at places we wanted to try. Which is what we did. However, after about a month, we both realized our excursions were getting a costly. So we were honest with each other. Although honesty should be a staple in relationships, it’s important to let your significant other know what you can and can’t do. Everyone will benefit …