Can you believe that we’re halfway through the year already? Who knew that summer would finally hit and we’d all be having a ball! No matter how great the weather is and how much we’re all enjoying ourselves, you’re going to want to stop in your tracks and look back on the year so far.
You may or may not know this about me, but I can speak French. I’m not the greatest at it but if I was to get stuck in a room with some French people who talked very slowly and used a lot of hand gestures, I’d probably manage rightly. Admittedly, I could be better, and I used to be practically fluent but over 10 years of neglecting my second language has left me a bit rusty.
The dating world can be hard enough for people in their 20’s and 30’s, but can you imagine what it is like for people who have just gone through a divorce? Yikes! Dating after a divorce can seem scary and awful, but fear not! Here are some interesting facts and figures that might make getting back into the dating game seem like you never left.
It doesn’t matter if you are you single or not, dating is probably part of your life in some shape or form. From the single ladies who are trying to navigate their way through the dating world, to the parents who are facing their teenager heading out on their first date. Yep, dating is a thing that we all have to deal with throughout our life. Here are some random facts about dating that you didn’t need to know.
Everyone thinks that blogging is easy. Write down your thoughts, find some cool pictures and voila – job done. However, the reality of blogging is that it’s much more complex than that, especially if blogging is your business.
Weddings are a big deal–we can probably all agree on this. Our wedding day is perhaps one of the biggest days in our lives and it pays to make it unique, make it stand out and also have it be memorable. Arguably. The best way to make your wedding stand out is to personalize it as much as possible. The venue itself, the decor and the fun and games need to all scream you and your partner.
Being a blogger is one of those things that seems like a good idea before you start it. You can write about whatever you want, you can post whenever you want. Deadlines are the sort of thing reserved for journalists with breaking stories, not a genius like you. The world is your oyster and everyone will think you are brilliant. Insightful maybe. You will become rich and famous by just being you. And do you know what? This is one of those times when I wished the sarcasm font existed.
The #MeToo movement shook the internet in a way that no-one could have predicted. Thousands of women stood and said, “Yes, this has happened to me too”. But out of the horror has come a new way of thinking and dealing with harassment. It doesn’t matter if it is online or in public, woman are taking a stand.
When it comes to finding the right person, one we can date. Well, sometimes it feels we are chasing our goals in vain. It’s not easy to find the person who enthuses us, who we are physically attracted to, and who is genuinely a decent person. Almost everyone has flaws, and so do we, meaning that the dating game can often feel like a perilous minefield. How many of us have dated someone we were very impressed by only to find out they were already engaged with a romantic interest?
We have all been there, a date that isn’t great. I’ve had plenty over the years and have helped save my friends from some awful ones. Here I have some stories that my friends have kindly donated for this post so that you know that you aren’t alone. There are no names and I will never reveal who these happened to, mainly because I’m a nice person but also my friends have some real gems on me.