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By Tanni Deb In the 1934 classic comic strip “Li’l Abner,” Al Capp wrote about a lady named Sadie Hawkins who was frantic about the length of time she was waiting for suitors to approach her. When Sadie turned 35 years old, her father also became quite concerned and took it upon himself to find his daughter a mate.
By Nisha Ramirez Once you get past the daunting task of packing and airport security, traveling can be a great way to bond with your partner. Whether you decide to take a road trip through the 50 states or hop on a plane headed around the world, visiting a new place and learning a new culture can bring the two of you closer … and celebrities are no exception.
As I was perusing the blogosphere, I came across an article on Very Smart Brotha's site which listed the life rules he will always follow. I enjoyed his list so much that I was inspired to publicize my "will always follow" relationship rules. A lot of my rules were learned as a child and there were some I picked up along the way that just made sense.
When I got hitched at 18 after only having experienced one 'serious' relationship and a couple of casual time fillers, I truly believed that I would be one of the lucky few who would never have to 'get back out there' again. Needless to say when you marry the person you want to see rather than acknowledging who is really in front of you, a union so blind is bound to falter. And that it did; I became a divorcee and single parent at the ripe old age of 21.
When I was married my wife and I would take our two boys to her parents’ house up in the mountains. It was great there — cool crisp air, beautiful scenery, and tons of stuff for Connor and Charlie to do. One particular weekend up there I decided to let Charlie, about 6 at the time, ride one of the bikes in Grampa’s garage. Charlie was always very independent and loved the freedom a bike represented — he was gone from view in seconds. The next time I saw him I was searching for the source of the panicked screams.
By Andrea Woroch Enough with the home-cooked meals. It’s time to get out of the house and let someone else prepare your food for a change. In response to tight budgets, frugal advisers have recommended for some time now that we stay at home to save money. But such deprivation grows old fast, so maybe it’s time to consider these six tips to help you spread your dining wings without crash landing your budget:
Simple tips to spice up your love life this week: Hand written cards and letters are my absolute favorite way to really make a day brighter. With technology these days; many people do not realize how beautiful a handwritten letter can be. Want to spice it up? Spray your fragrance your significant other loves you to wear
I always knew I was a total business-woman; and I always dreamt of having a fabuous career while being a "domestic diva,'' as a call it. That is why when I found my home-based business; I knew I was onto something big. I always heard that home business and/or home jobs were all scams or "get-rich quick schemes.'' Luckilly; I always had a mind of my own and realized that usually people call something a scam; that they failed at.
Appreciation. I have always lived a life of selflessness. Putting family, friends and even work first. Dependable and reliable to a fault. I'm the "go to person" when you're in a jam, need something done ASAP, affording those the ability to travel by watching their, dog, kids, elderly, etc. I have even worked out my schedule to suit theirs. Do I feel appreciated, by many that matter yes. Never any doubt when it comes to watching my precious nephew. In other cases, sometimes it becomes more of expected and second nature.