The Healthy Relationship Advice You Won’t Find in Your Favorite RomCom

I love movies like The Notebook and A Walk to Remember as much as the next girl. They were an important part of my middle school sleepovers, and I still hold a candle for Shane West. But I also know that these "awww"-worthy films are making healthy … [Continue reading]

Even if Camping Sounds Like a Nightmare To You, You Should Read “Wild”

I run a Book Club and this month's book is Wild by Cheryl Strayed. I'm not going to lie to you, I initially had mixed feelings about reading this book. Yes, it's now a movie starring the perfection in a human that is Reese Witherspoon, but I also … [Continue reading]

Honestly, Just Wake Me Up When Ryan Gosling is Single

Last night I was talking with a friend about my dating escapades and he said to me, "You realize you really like being single, right?" At first I defended my intentions saying, "Stopppp, I'm on every dating site in the worldddd, I just haven't met … [Continue reading]

Being Single Shouldn’t Make You Feel Like You’re at the Bottom of the Food Chain

When you're a single person, you regularly have to field questions such as: You're such a catch, why are you single? Have you tried online dating? Would you want to meet my friend/co-worker/guy who does my taxes? I actually don't know if you … [Continue reading]

What I’ve Learned About Making Friends as An Adult

I wrote an article for my pals at Hello Giggles yesterday about friend breakups and the surprising positives that can come out of them (P.S. I'd love it if you'd read it by clicking here). This got me thinking about friendships in general, … [Continue reading]