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“Perfume: A cocktail of memories and emotions.” – Jeffery Stepakoff

The power of words

Posted by  on July 24, 2019

I recently heard of a dating ‘Red Flag’ that surprised me. It was that if they have friends that you don’t like, chances are, the person you’re dating is someone you eventually will not like. They followed up with an explanation that I found quite profound; that we are all products of the 5 people that we hang out with the most. The idea being that you take on the traits of those you spend

Self talk

Posted by  on July 10, 2019

Like many other young women, at times, I am my own worst critic. It’s something I’m aware of and am trying to change. I have been working on talking to myself more positively. The other day, though, I had a setback. I got my new passport photo back…and had a full-blown melt down. ‘Is this what everyone else sees?’ ‘no one will ever marry me’ ‘I. am. so. ugly’ were some of the kinder thoughts

Mental age

Posted by  on July 8, 2019

Men and women process feelings so differently. Sometimes it seems almost impossible to understand each other. When we share a problem, women want to be agreed with, then shown care and empathy. When men hear our problem, they think they need to come up with a solution. Except we never ask for one. I was working in a high-pressure environment and so was my boyfriend at the time. He had been in the same industry

Who Gets the Dog?

Posted by  on June 5, 2019

About 4 years into our happily ever after, my partner and I came up with a genius idea – to get a puppy. It seemed like the logical next step in our relationship; move in, get a dog, have a baby. We were instantly besotted when we met our little boy. I thought he might miss his family and hate his first car ride home with us, but he clung to me and had his


Posted by  on May 16, 2019

Category: Dating tips
The word “commitment” makes me cringe. I don’t remember when this word became so hard for me to say. After numerous bad experiences with boys, I am now officially a broken woman. I have difficulty trusting men, being “within” a relationship and growing a connection with a man. All I want is to love and be loved. How did it become such a hard task and why does it seem so impossible now? With the