Has anyone watched the Netflix original “to all the boys I’ve loved before”? It’s the cutest film but it really made me think. What if I actually did write letters to the guys I’ve had feelings for in the past? What would they say? To all the guys I’ve loved before: Sometimes I have to take a step back from the situations I’ve been in, … Continue reading to all the guys i’ve loved before
For many people, Valentine’s Day is a holiday that is all about showing your significant other how much you love him or her by buying flowers, greeting cards, chocolate, lingerie, etc. For me, I have always looked at it as just another day because shouldn’t you always be showing your significant other how much you love and appreciate him or her? Oddly enough, in my … Continue reading why I don’t mind being single on valentines day
Recently I have seen this post going around that says something along the lines of there being no such thing as bad timing, because if two people were meant to be together, the timing would be right no matter what, or timing wouldn’t matter, or something like that. Okay, I actually just really, really butchered that but I feel like you still get what I … Continue reading if bad timing doesn’t exist, what is good timing?
Online dating is portrayed by online dating sites and apps to be fun, flirtatious, and a great way to get to know people. While it can sometimes be these things, I regret to inform you that there are some really shitty guys (and probably girls) out there. I felt like it was necessary to put together a collaborative post that really encompassed some of the … Continue reading dinner, drinks, and disastrous dates
I was watching the movie “How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days” and the part where Andie Anderson (Kate Hudson) says “you can’t lose something you never had” really got me thinking. There are too many guys I’ve dated that I never really dated – you know, we “talked” but we never officially dated. So how come when we stopped hanging out/talking/whatever we stopped … Continue reading can you lose something you never had?
When I was younger, my dad always used to tell me that there are two things you never discuss with people you don’t really know – religion and politics. As I grew up and became aware of the controversy surrounding both of these topics, I understood why this was something my dad believed in. However, with the current political state in America, I think that … Continue reading politics and dating
Who wins in a break up? Is it the person who actually, verbally ends the relationship? Is it the person who packs up the other’s stuff and gives it back, first? Is it the first person to go out and get obliterated – looking like they are having a great time post-breakup to all their mutual friends? If you answered yes to any of these, … Continue reading the race to move on first