Writing about dating is a passionate thing for me. I dated for a really long time. I did many things wrong. I did other things right, and it didn't work out. In short, I learned a few things. I started this blog as a way to connect with people who were struggling like I was, to share stories . . .
There’s nothing better than hanging out with friends, especially if they’re single and looking along with you. They provide support – they sympathize with you (or make fun of) the awful dates, help you search through profiles, and help you figure out whether or not a guy is a douche (or something . . .
My life has changed in the past year in really monumental ways...for those who don't know, I became a stepmother which is a pretty dramatic change from my unencumbered single past. I'm reminded each day about what I learned back in grade school, which now seems like a lifetime ago (not to sound . . .
I've been blogging about my New Year's resolutions because I'm determined to start this year off right. I cleaned out my house. I'm productive at work (most of the time), and I've even started this new diet where I get healthy food delivered to me so I don't have to think about cooking and then get . . .
This is a topic I have thought about a lot over my life. When I was in high school and just out of college, I tended to get wrapped up in the lives of my boyfriends. I didn't go out much with my friends, I didn't call...I became a "girlfriend of" instead of a friend. I'm ashamed of this, but it's . . .
I was at a book signing earlier this evening for Andrea Syrtash, who is a dating coach and author. After reading from her new book, she mentioned something interesting that got me thinking. According to her experience, men and women fall in love differently---they have completely different . . .