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Maybe your name is on a wall and mine’s unknown, but we do both give. I met a guy once who said it was really important that the woman he dates volunteers in some capacity. It was an understandable quality to look for – certainly an admirable one – and it had me reflecting on my own benevolence. Though grateful for my time on organized Habitat-for-Humanity type trips and Christmas time food drives, those experiences […]
I’m back again with the guys over at Talk Thirty To Me giving you a female’s perspective on how to date multiple people. Give it a read and then get out there (and have fun!) 💃🏻 Along with all of the positive feedback on my last article Dating in Your 30s: Why You Should Date “More Than One” to Find “The One”, I also got the repeat question: So how do you find the time […]
It’s not about a good guy or girl. It’s about what that means to you.
You say “ride or die” but what are you doing to deserve love like that?
An article I wrote for the guys over at Talk Thirty To Me on the benefits – no wait, NECESSITY – of casual dating in your 30s. Have a read and definitely a listen to Turg and RandyZ talk love, life, and nipple stickers ( * )( * ) It’s widely known that millennials and generations younger are getting married later. The reasons have been speculated all over the internet – abundance of options, focus […]
Super late in posting this article for Modern Chic Mag that I wrote back in January. Hope you all will enjoy and continue to love honestly. Don’t Play Hard to Get, Play Honest As someone who’s followed my heart, worn it on my sleeve, and had it broken many times, I get a lot of dating advice. In fact, it’s pervasive, especially since I’m “still single.” Though well-intentioned, I can’t help but feel ashamed for […]
Yeah he’s a Christian and likes rap, but does he care what makes you happy?
Let’s keep dating and see who falls out of love first. No one will get hurt.
We shop for love like we shop for shoes. But shoes don’t walk. People do.