Category Archive: Advice

Five Assigned Books That Ended Up Being Amazing

We have all been assigned reading- in elementary school, in middle school, in high school, and of course in college, both undergraduate and graduate. A lot of these novels and stories that we… Continue reading

10 Ways to Curb Writers Block

With a blank page and a lingering deadline, writers block can be discouraging and stressful when absolutely nothing, NOTHING comes to mind for a specific project story or write up. (bummer) Here are… Continue reading

10 Guilty Pleasures All Women Have

I’ve come to find that there are just some universal indulgences all women share—on the down low, that is. As the more intelligent, prideful species, we have a difficult time admitting our questionable… Continue reading

The Ultimate Guide for Twenty-Somethings, Wisdom 2.0 Next Generation: Live with Greater Purpose and Meaning

Our current generation, booming with unique energy and thriving challenges, enable us to strive and pursue things beyond arms reach. We are something called the Millennials. Milennials: (noun) a person reaching young adulthood… Continue reading

Money Is Love and Other Lying Love Myths

As our dating culture changes so do our expectations. In fact, I don’t even know what to expect anymore, but I am thrilled when a guy pays for the first date. The prospects… Continue reading

The Walking Dead, Literally: The Scariest Halloween Costumes We’ve Ever Seen

  In just a few days we will be seeing some fairly strange and outrageous costumes, but I feel like not enough credit is given to those who put an immense amount of… Continue reading

8 Haunted House Attractions You Need to Visit Immediately

Halloween is one holiday, other than Christmas, that most people look forward to. It’s the one time of year where they can dress up and let their “wild side” out, whatever that may… Continue reading

Why You So Obsessed With Me? No, But Really, Why Are We So Obsessed With Celebrities?

  The other day, I received a phone call from a good friend I hadn’t spoken to in awhile. One of the first things out of her mouth was, “Oh my God, so… Continue reading

The Benefits Of Being Your Own Best Friend

So, the other night as I was watching Chelsea Handler standup and sipping a glass of wine on my couch alone, a thought occurred to me. “Man, I really like hanging out with… Continue reading

HOW TO: Not Be Awkward Alone at a Bar

Everyone wishes they could just walk into a bar alone and fall in love with Scarlett Johansson, but this isn’t Lost in Translation. In fact, here’s the situation: you arrive at the bar… Continue reading

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