Focus on you
Aging is a beautiful phenomenon of nature. With age comes exploration, experience, wisdom and unfortunately, wrinkles and fine lines. As a woman in her thirties, living in the land of the sun, having a small obsession with wine and being very fair skinned, I have to admit that, although still beautiful and radiant, I have wrinkles. That bright, dewy, wrinkle-free faced girl in her twenties, whom I once found hideous, is now a proud, grownup woman with signs of aging in tow. And although I find nothing more beautiful than health, I prefer my face to be tighter and look less tired. I’ve done countless research into all the various ways I can plump, prod, poke and tighten my skin and I’m very wary and selective as to avoid any needless damage.
There is no doubt that our modern lives are riddled with constant distractions. A recent study in PLOS One found that the average young adult checks his or her smartphone every 11 minutes and spends more than five hours (30 percent of the day) interacting with it. In moments that once presented the opportunity for reflection and quiet presence, many of us are more likely to pick up our phone and browse the internet, check our email, scroll through Facebook or Twitter, or listen to a podcast.
Valentine’s Day is definitely one of my favorite holidays. It’s romantic, celebrates love and passion and allows me a chance to act sickeningly cheesy without risk of embarrassment. Although going out to a nice dinner and having a romantic date on Valentines Day sounds amazing, it’s probably the worst day to go out to a restaurant. Instead of dealing with all the restaurant malarkey….we have created a list of unique, creative and romantic Valentines date ideas that don’t involve going to a crowded restaurant.
How do you make the most of Tinder and avoid those people who are just in it for the casual sex, hookups, ghosters and total commitment phobes. Together, with my dating team full of Tinder regulars, we have composed a list of our top Tinder tips and tricks.
There’s the good, the bad and the times that just don’t count. Sex: it’s big. For some, it’s bigger than big. Yet, for many, sex is as routine as sloshing around the bar on a Saturday night. Now research shows that when it comes to hopping in the sack, it could be best to wait.
Sex can be fun, amazing, sensational and orgasmic, or it can be boring, awkward, uninspired and down right awful. Nothing is worse than feeling like you have a connection, only to have it blow up because the sex was dreadful. But how do you know you are good? How do you know that you're not the one responsible for the terrible romp and that your partner truly is the one to blame? I’ve put together a list of 9 characteristics that make you really really good in bed.
In my twenties my best friend, Lisa, and I did not agree about monogamy. I believed it was possible for two people to remain monogamous to each other regardless if they were married or not and she believed it was impossible for people to be monogamous at all.
There are many small, but confirmed clues to find out if this love has the potential to be long lasting, which in turn leads to soulmate. Here are some of the signs you can read to decide if you have truly found your soulmate.