It has been a year since quarantine (COVID-19) hit, forcing a majority of us to plan a new life at home full-time. While this might mean more interactions with members of your household on a daily basis, it does not necessarily account for spending more quality time with your family. Here are some tips to implement to bond with your family and help strengthen your connection with each other.
So you have someone special in your life and you’re thinking about taking things to the next level. But you aren’t in high school anymore and making someone your one and only is not as simple as it once was before. You guys have been on plenty of dates, spending a lot of time together, and talking about making things “official”. Take a look at some things you should be sure to do before making your relationship official.
Cohabitation 101: When thinking about the perfect roommate, your best friend or college roommate might come to mind. Who wouldn’t want to live in the cool bachelor or bachelorette pad during their early twenties? But let’s talk about doing the unthinkable. Yes, I’m talking about moving in with your significant other. Maybe you aren’t ready to get married or you’ve decided to opt out of marriage.
How do you COHABITATE? Some people might tell you that you are crazy while others might bid you “good luck” and buy you a house warming gift. I am here to give you a little advice to help make this process a less painful, great experience. Below are 5 ways to make cohabiting work for you: Cohabitation 101 series part 1 – how to cohabitate before marriage.
6 First date tips: RELATIONSHIPS often begin as a result of either a great date, a horrible date, or a date that you will never forget. Whether you are going to see a movie, eating at a fancy restaurant, or a simple walk in the park; going on dates is essential to building on a relationship. Dating can either result in funny stories or an experience that will be beneficial beyond measure. You may find yourself on a blind date with a person you have only heard about or with someone that you met at church. Regardless of how you ended up on this date, here a six first date tips to help the “first date” be a successful one.