Be original, be you. Be the person you want to be and this love for yourself with empower you to be proactive, positive and even humble! The change you want to see in the world begins in you. Happy Valentine's Day!
While Valentine's Day may mean a couple's canoodling night out for many, I think my many years of being single and buying my own presents--long before...
I hope someday my children will share with their children our particular love story. Mark and I met as teenagers, as counselors at a summer sleep-away camp, and we were immediately smitten. The rest, as they say, is history. This year we'll celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary.
Last night I taught yoga at the women's shelter. They always thank me profusely for coming, as though I am the one doing the favor, as though I am the one doing the giving. Last night I was given a card signed by the staff, and chocolates.
Don't compare your night to your friends' nights.
One in five people suffer from a mental illness so there is a good chance lots of couples face this challenge. There are resources available to help and various places (big and small) where you can seek support. Just remember you're not alone.
This month is all about love, so we want to address what it's really like to be in a relationship with a foodie. It's mostly a pleasure to find yourself head-over-heels about someone who loves food, but it can also have its difficulties. If you're in a relationship with a food-crazed human or plan to be, this guide will help you navigate the ins and outs of love with the food-obsessed -- and show you how to do it with grace, dignity, and joy.
I've spent many a Valentine's Day alone, while utterly indulging myself in ways that thrilled and titillated and pleasured me.
By Jason Heidemann for the Orbitz Travel Blog You're planning a romantic getaway for you and your significant other and you know two things going int...
Dear, sweet husband, I want you to know that love still exists between us. When Valentine's Day isn't quite as romantic as it used to be because of diapers, spit up and early bed times, know that I wouldn't have it any other way. When it gets hard, I'll choose to be with you.
With Valentine's Day around the corner, now is a good time to think about what to get your special significant other and celebrate by giving them the perfect gift. My top 10 V-day gift guide below.
Don't surprise me with a fancy dinner at an expensive restaurant. Want to really impress me? It doesn't take much. Just handle dinner/clean up on your own and make sure I get to eat my meal without interruption. A hot meal cooked by anyone else but me trumps any Michelin star restaurant in my book.
I realized that there are many ways to partake in this day and stay relaxed. Here is my list of 5 fun and easy ways to celebrate Valentine's Day with your family, friends, and fiancé WITHOUT busting out a glue gun or feeling inferior to all the Pin-worthy pictures you see online.
I don't hang onto much. I think I'm pretty low-maintenance when it comes to Valentine's Day: I don't want to go out to an expensive dinner, I do not ever ask for jewelry, and I don't even like red roses. But you f*ck with my vintage-looking heart tree, and I'll cut you.
So start looking for love in all the right places. Instead of heading out to bars or clubs, find something you believe in and volunteer your time. When you're on your quest for love, it doesn't hurt to do a few good deeds along the way.
Is love in the air for American travelers? A recent survey from Cheapflights.com finds that at least flirting and flings are on the minds of many when...