relationships

26 Apr 2011

Broke-Ass Etiquette: BFF’s Bad BF

Got a question about how to be a polite Broke-Ass? Email Half-Price Headliner with your queries and get schooled on how to be proper-like. Q: I can’t stand my BFF’s boyfriend.  Can I tell her how I feel, or do I have to just keep my mouth shut? A: That’s

Alison Lambert - Half Price Headliner 0
14 Feb 2011

You’ve Made it Past Valentine’s Day: Now What?

Valentine’s Day can sometimes be a lot of pressure when you’re in a new relationship– or especially if you don’t know whether or not you’re technically in a relationship at all. Once you’ve successfully gotten past it, you’re home free, right? WRONG. Consider this a lesser-wedding. There’s so much hype

Anna G - Caliburg Contributor 0
17 Jun 2022

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0
21 Jan 2011

Overcoming Obstacles in Your Relationship

Every good relationship has at least one major obstacle to overcome. People who write rom-coms and soap operas understand this, and it is TRUE. The most important part is how you handle the problems when they arise. The first step is to ask yourself some questions: 1) Is this an

Katy B. - Economic Inexpert 1
27 Dec 2010

Couples Weigh In

Oh sure it all starts out innocently enough, splitting desserts on date one, sharing a pizza on date two, and next thing you know it’s hey if you order 10 orders of Chinese take-out you get the 11th one free! Dating and dining have always gone hand in hand, especially

Laura S - Spendthrift Scribe 0
22 Oct 2010

Real Life Scary Things: Meeting the Parents

So your parents are visiting, and there is a possibility your boyfriend will meet them. You super casually mentioned this to him, and, in order to gauge his receptiveness, again, verrrry casually (but like a hawk!), studied the reaction on his face for any signs of dread. Terror. NAUSEA. Most

Katy B. - Economic Inexpert 0
11 Oct 2010

Taking Your Own Dating Sanity Temperature

Relationships and dating can really whisk you away from reality sometimes. So much so that people can tend to lose themselves a little bit and do things that might be out of character, compromise their integrity, or just wind up being a really terrible mistake. Here are some situations you

Anna G - Caliburg Contributor 0
13 Sep 2010

6 Breakup Movies

There’s nothing more fun than wallowing in your own self-pity and overanalysis, amirite? Since Katy’s on the subject of breakups, here are some cinematic ways to deal with and digest the death of your relationship/s, even if it hasn’t necessarily been a recent occurence. Sometimes you just get in a

Anna G - Caliburg Contributor 0
10 Sep 2010

Dealing With Post-Traumatic Relationship Stress

Here is a thing I find disturbing – apparently, due to a bad breakup, Tim Gunn has been celibate for like, 20 years. I know this not because Tim Gunn and I are BFFs, as we ought to be, but because he wrote it in his new book, Tim Gunn:

Katy B. - Economic Inexpert 1