As the New Year's hype starts to cool down, you might have begun to notice that February 11th isn't too far off, and, as a Parks and Rec junkie, you know what that means -- Galentine's Day, the day to enjoy your womanhood with your besties!
Handwriting is more than a means to bring thoughts to paper. It has a personality and individuality that Lucida Handwriting will never possess, and it has the ability to translate love more personally and more beautifully than any preprinted, store-bought card.
A good friend of mine called me a few days after our wedding at the 56th Annual Grammys to congratulate me. She is heterosexual, married, and th...
This Valentine's Day, don't let it be just about romantic love. Rather, share love with your friends and celebrate your sisterhood.
Diamonds may be a girl's best friend, but there's nothing romantic or sexy about going into debt. This Valentine's Day, use your head as well as your heart. Spend within your means. Be creative.
Have you forgotten? Today isn't about tacky ass teddy bears or flowers that die in three days... it is about celebrating love.
Be sure to avoid these 11 foods that will pretty much ensure you don't make it to date number two.
We think there are millions of couples all over the United States secretly and not so secretly craving more romance, and while we can't order a quick long-term fix, we can offer a short-term one: Take advantage of Valentine's Day!
Create an "I love you" box and fill each other's with love notes all day and read them together that night.
None of those are bad reasons but they are all things that a couple in a happy relationship should already be doing on a somewhat regular basis, and not just because the calendar and Hallmark told them to.
Personal moments that brought the couple together in the first place seem to lose their spark, and Valentine's Day can serve as a way to rekindle the flame. But for my mother, true romance came, on Valentine's Day and every other day that year, from a man in a housecoat attached to an oxygen tank.
I'm not okay with Valentine's Day. I'm not going to pretend I am. It's not because I'm single. I didn't even like it when I was in a relationship with a guy that sent me not one, but two-dozen malnourished red roses from 1-800-Flowers. Thanks for nothing, Groupon.
I'm not saying Valentine's Day is inherently bad. I'm just saying it is certainly no one's favorite holiday.
Even if you aren't all in, these three-ingredient chocolate hearts are worth your attention. No cookie cutters required -- just crispy cereal, coconut, chocolate and a willingness to get messy with melted goodness.
What is love? How do you make it stay? Where does it go when it leaves? How can it turn into hate? How can you love more than one person in a lifetime...