by Marina Sbrochi for GalTime.com 3 Ways to Rock the New Year With Your Girlfriends Is there a law stating that you have to have a date for New Year's Eve? I didn’t think so. Is there a law saying you have to kiss someone at midnight?
Here are seven indications your boyfriend will not be popping the question anytime soon.
by Lisa DeFazio, Certified Registered Dietitian for GalTime.com Have you ever said “I just want to lose 5 pounds.” There are a few things you can do to make it happen. An easy way to remember these tips is the word “LOSES”. Each letter represents a tip. “LOSES" Lots of fruits, vegetables, and water.
by Melanie Potock, GalTime.com SANDY HOOK: WE WILL NEVER FORGET... I’ve been thinking over the past week on how to remember the children and teachers so tragically taken from their families and community at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Today, it occurred to me that there are some simple things I can do to keep their memory and spirit alive. In 2013, I promise to embrace life more like a first grader. Never forget to be a kid. Here are just some of the things I pl
by Straight Male Friend Marcus Osborne for GalTime.com One of the more frustrating conversations I've participated in is the, “all men are cheaters” confab. It’s one of those myths that is so pervasive that even when presented with facts and research contradicting that narrative, there is still an absolute, nearly violent rejection of the notion that men really can and do keep it in their pants.
by Terri Trespicio for GalTime.com You have this idea about dating. And it's wrong. Actually, you have a lot of ideas, presumptions, assumptions, and suspicions about dating, and they're the things that hold you back and make dating miserable. One of my favorites is this one: “Dating takes too much effort.” I’m sorry—wha?
shake off those holiday blues and start your New Year off with a positive attitude. For many people the holidays can be a time of great stress and sadness, especially if a loved one has passed away recently or a breakup has occurred. Stress over money to buy gifts or enjoy a small get away, can also contribute to the blues.