Tagged: relationship advice
One-night stands are commonly regarded as somewhat inconsequential, but can they lead to long-term relationships? Here it is important to differentiate between a one-night stand and a hook-up.
Love vs. Life: Today, perhaps more than ever before, everyone is incredibly busy, whether with travel, work commitments, kids, family. And hey, being busy is great – up to a point. But what do you do when you have a hectic schedule, yet really want to be looking for love?
New York, New York. One of the most buzzing, vibrant cities in the States, if not the world. But sometimes… you just need to get away for a weekend – to experience nature, fresh air, quietude. Here are five of our top weekend getaway destinations just outside NYC for you and your special someone.
Being a matchmaker is pretty unusual. You take it for granted after a while, but sometimes I stop to think and remember that I am helping people in what is often the biggest decision of their lives, the greatest contributor of all to their potential happiness: finding them the love of their life.
“Makeup can be a wonderful tool to really make the most of your natural beauty but it’s so important to get the look right for the occasion. After working for many years with celebrities and high profile businesswomen, my make-up advice is always simple – enhance your natural beauty so it radiates the essence of who you really are” – Mary Jane Frost
It’s an age-old question – most commonly fired at men by their male peers, who consider them a little henpecked by their spouse.
There are few things in life worse than getting your heart broken. Is there such a thing as too soon to start dating again after going through a breakup?
When we are on that first date, the anxiety can fly high, a mix of trepidation and excitement. "Will they find me attractive?" "Will there be a spark?" "Is this the one?"
Mainly people just want to know whether their date is into them. It's to reduce the anxiety. I often get asked “How can I tell on a first date that my date fancies me?” It’s a tricky question.