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Category Archives: Love




By Trish Bentley Letter to my Older Self grandmamidfinger

My grandma set the bar for me on how the elderly should roll. I’m only realizing now that she was truly one of a kind. I thought that all grandmas flashed their grandchildren for a laugh and flipped the bird for family photos. She taught…


By Patrick Bet-David Tying The Financial Knot marriageandmoney

It’s wedding season, but before the happy couple can tie the knot, there is another not-so-romantic topic that all newlyweds or engaged couples need to think about: finances.  More than a quarter of married couples say disagreements over finances are most likely to lead…


By Jackie Mattioli I Wish That I Was Needier singlegirlindependent

Yes, that’s right, I wish sometimes that I was needier. In recent months, I’ve come to a very blunt awareness about just how independent I had become in my 4 years as a single person. Moreover, I can reflect today and acknowledge just how…



By D Prince I Fell in Love with My Personal Trainer threesomeonbench

When I joined a gym thinking that it would turn my life around, I had no idea that it would, in fact, turn my life upside down. I thought, when I joined, I had passed my biggest obstacle — just working up the nerve…


By Kendra Gilbert 25 Ways to be Vulnerable walking alone

Do not, under any circumstances, stop singing or roll up your windows when you pull up at a stoplight next to another car. Let ‘em hear you sing! Let ‘em know that even in 2014, you still listen to Color Me Badd. Remove the…