By GalTime Contributor, David Pollock, for GalTime.com Does this holiday scenario sound familiar? That holiday shopping trip that was supposed to take 20 minutes ended up sucking two hours from your day. The gifts you really wanted to get were all sold out. You race home, grabbing takeout on the way, only to be informed by your significant other that they forgot to tell you about a holiday party.
By Editor, Lori Garcia, for GalTime.com Ways to make extra money this holiday There’s nothing quite like the holiday season to send panic into our bank accounts. If you find your holiday budget is a little too slim or you’re simply looking to make a little extra cash, this holiday season is the perfect time to go into business for yourself!
The new Rashida Jones film "Celeste and Jesse Forever" highlights a common phenomenon in the world of divorce: couples deciding to end their marriages in the legal sense but remaining each other's most significant others for months or even years to come.
One way to avoid the dreaded gift-giving peril is to create a wish list or wish board on Pinterest and send your significant other the link.
By Dr. James G. Wellborn, for GalTime.com Like so many parental expectations and requirements, getting your kid in the habit of doing chores will help prepare them for the real world (if you can ever get them to move out). Here are some of the most important benefits kids derive from assigned chores. Responsibility (or “I’m not your maid!”)
Being a sexy woman is all about doing the work on the outside. A sexy woman looks hot in her clothes and is a direct link to sex. She’s sexy for the season. Being a Sexy Soul however, is about doing the work from inside out.
By Michele Borba, Ed.D., GalTime Parenting Pro No matter what time of year it is, how many toys are in the bin or how often we splurge on the big-ticket products kids think they must have, most parents want to believe we are raising our children to be centered and kind. But are all those times we give in and just buy the American Girl doll or giant Lego set adding up? Are our own spending habits modeling behavior we don't want kids to learn?