Typically the longer you’ve been in a relationship the less likely you are to make time for date night. It happens to the best of us, so no need to fret. You get comfortable in a relationship and date nights turn into getting takeout and watching Netflix. This has certainly happened to me (no complaints here). But no matter how long you have been with someone it is always important to make time for an actual date night…like actually leaving your home and going out in public.
So, I started this blog promising to keep it one hundred with you guys. Saying I have an unhealthy relationship with food is a severe understatement. But I have a learned a lot from my numerous failures to lead a healthy lifestyle and I’m going to share the tips that help me keep moving forward after a slip-up (aka how I recover from binge eating a 12 pack of ice cream bars…).
So you’ve been crying more than usual lately. Me too. Let’s overanalyze this together…
You really have to keep the humor alive while you’re out there dating. Because let’s face it, trying to find your
soulmate future ex-husband is draining. So, I have gathered a few quotes to give you a little chuckle after you’ve had another terrible first date. Grab a glass of wine (or chocolate milk if you’re sober) and scroll on down.
I don’t know about you, but I love watching a good TV comedy when I’m feeling down. It’s the one thing that requires minimal effort on my part and can quickly turn my mood around. Pair a good TV show with a glass of wine? Now that’s a perfect combination. The following are tried-and-true TV comedies to pull you out of your sad funk.
Do you ever feel like you just need a change but you don’t know exactly what change to make? So you start to take a hard look at your life to see what’s missing, what area isn’t bringing you as much happiness as it could. Then you locate the problem area and now it’s time to go for it!