Breakups are never fun, but there’s another level of complexity when you live together. You’ve created a space you call your own, and leaving it can feel like the end of the world. Moving out recharges your heart and mind, though, and it’s more rewarding than staying in a deadlock
Valentine’s Day is just a day away…oh, joy! Nobody really knows why we claim Feb. 14 as the one special day of the year to express the love. If you look at different origin stories the holiday may be based on, it makes no sense at all that we choose
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We’ve all had to deal with it at some point: The dreaded picking up of the items from your ex’s place after you’ve been dumped. This is a wildly uncomfortable situation but also a stellar opportunity for you to get in one last time showcase how well you’re doing post break-up. And if you’re
Visitors, even natives, to the city are constantly searching for the right place for special occasions. Where’s the perfect lighting for a proposal? Which brunch restaurant have children’s menus? Can I get a birthday reservation at that Indian restaurant for Saturday?
Breaking up can be tough, especially when it’s with a multi-billion dollar company which holds roughly 25% of the market share (let’s face it, you probably chose Comcast as your cable provider). And they don’t make it any easier on you when they beg you to stay. But spending $80
To paraphrase Troy McClure in the Planet of the Apes Musical, in my dating life, I’ve definitely felt like every ape from Chimpan-A to Chimpan-Z– uh, so to speak. Specifically, there have been times where I’ve let a relationship go on for too long because of my ridiculous fear of