Summer is just right around the corner, for most of us, we’re already soaking up the extensive heat waves and laying on the beach. But when you’ve spent your time building your career or you’ve been in a long relationship that just didn’t work out, the thought of finding your next love interest may be daunting.
When it comes down to it, it turns out that finding a good guy isn’t that easy especially in the age of Social Media and dating applications. But if you’re looking to spark up the next conversation with an attractive guy, here are some places where you might be able to scoop up your next summer romance.
Whether you’ve got a Valentine’s date with a long-term partner or somebody you’ve just met, or been seeing for a short while, you want to wow your date this coming February 14th. You’ll feel great and have a better time if you know you’re on top form. Here are some ideas to help you have the best day!
We should all know by now that relationships aren’t always full of rainbows and sunshine. Even when you and your partner are getting on as well as you possibly can, life finds a way to stick its oar in through the most inconvenient of ways.
But one of the best ways to get over a hump is to find yourself a change of scene. Here are some ways to help alter the mood if either of you is in a need of a quick pick me up
In the past, I’ve written a few posts about relationships. I’ve talked about whether you’re ready for the big commitment to how to plan a fantastic bridal shower to taking adventitious trips. But what if we can combine adventure into your honeymoon?
The honeymoon is a celebration as your first time together as a married couple. It’s a chance to escape the stresses of life, head off to an exotic location and enjoy each other’s company. It will also give you a lovely memory to treasure when just weeks after the wedding you’re arguing about the toilet seat, the toothbrush or the washing up.
That’s why you want to make sure your honeymoon is without a hitch. Unfortunately, there are a few incidences that can occur to stop you from enjoying an adventure with your forever plus 1.
Commitment has always been a scary subject to me. Recently I turned 30 and coming from a traditional Filipino family, I often get asked “When are you going to get married?” If you don’t know what it’s like coming from a culture where women often get married by 20, being unmarried is almost seen as something must be wrong with you. But to be honest, I much rather prefer to settle down with marriage when I know I’m ready and I have my shit in order. Otherwise I’ll come to resent my husband and I don’t want it to be that type of marriage.
With divorce being at an all-time high, it’s so important to make sure you are making the right decision when getting hitched. You don’t want to look back in years to come and regret your decision. However, it can be hard to know when it’s the right time to commit. After all, you might feel like it’s true love, but then years down the line you realize they are not right for you. Here are some signs or tips that I’ve come up with that have been on my mental checklist.
If you find that you’re constantly losing the dating game, you might wonder if there’s something you’re missing. Well unfortunately, there probably is. You’re looking at guys that are less attractive than you and not as kind, wondering why they were picked over you. It’s time to cheer up because it’s nothing that you can change. It’s all to do with how we’ve evolved and the little desires that were left over at the back of the mind. On this post you’ll discover what women really want and why you naturally might be coming off short.
All couples argue. But the real question is, is it time to call it quits? When you spend so much time around one person, there are bound to be things that you disagree on. You’re going to bicker over silly things. Hair blocking plugholes. Leaving the toilet seat up. Not picking up the phone right away. Irritating habits and pet hates that grind on your nerves. But this is normal. A few disagreements every now and then are to be expected and nothing to worry about.
I always believed that having disagreements is perfectly healthy in a relationship. I personally hate fighting but there are times where I wake up on the wrong side of the bed or we misinterpret each other’s texts. It’s when you’re shouting at each other every single day that problems start to arise. So how do you know whether a relationship is worth pursuing or whether it’s time to call it a day?