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Top Three Reasons to Throw a Divorce Party

Top Three Reasons to Throw a Divorce Party

Divorce is likely to have you looking for a shoulder to cry on, but these days it is also likely that divorce may have you looking for a cake and a caterer. Here are the top three reasons why you may want to throw a divorce party.

Complicated & Confused

Complicated & Confused

This is the first blog I've ever written; it's weird. I feel pretty weird myself. Shouldn't a person be able to discern her feelings? Know exactly how she feels about a person? My ex did some hurtful things in the 6 months preceding our breakup. We were together for several years and were dissimilar in our interests. We've been talking for about 3 months now. He says he wants to be more than friends and has made some dramatic changes in his life. We're more compatible now than before! I'm so frustrated because I'm not sure how I even feel towards him. And now he would make a much better partner than before. So, this stresses me out. It doesn't help that a few people have said "Well, if you don't know by now then it isn't right." He was a big part of my life, and I know I don't want to lose him. But I'm not sure if I want more than friendship...I just feel like I'm an idiot for not knowing : /

Outdoor Camping goes Glam

Outdoor Camping goes Glam

Luxury or glamorous camping, commonly referred to as “glamping,” is an emerging trend that is intimate, authentic and liberating. The options vary from high-end resorts offering accommodations in lavish five star tented abodes to sites featuring a range of higher end but rustic cabins and teepees. So if you and your boyhood or girlhood buddies are itching to get away this summer, these top of the line sites are ideal for an outdoor reunion.

The Pressures of Leading a 2.0 Lifestyle

The Pressures of Leading a 2.0 Lifestyle

In the buzzing world of social media is it possible to shut off? We are all so busy branding ourselves and companies on sites like Facebook and Twitter that pressure to be a success at what we do is 24/7. The challenge to find balance in the virtual and real world has compounded, but here are some ways to alleviate the 2.0 pressure.