Independence Day happens but once a year, but July 4th is essentially the kick-off to a season of summer barbecuing. I would be remiss to ignore beer as both a traditional, aromatically-and-texturally appropriate match for the all-American meal, but this column is about wine! And chances are your date is into it, so keep your ears open.
If your first getaway together serves up a little too much ‘reality,’ then here are 7 tips to help you get back that lovin’ feeling!
This summer, plan a picnic date with the object of your affection and enjoy a romantic afternoon for two… one that will help you get away from the stresses of daily life for a few hours, and help you connect on a deeper level with someone special!
The 4th of July is the quintessential celebration of independence. As a proud American, I thank all of those who have served and given their lives to protect our freedom. It is one of my favorite holidays for many reasons. Who doesn’t l love summertime, a day off work, fun with family and friends, and the countless parades and firework shows?
It’s high summer and that means it’s high-grilling season! This Independence Day, give your favorite food a delicious, tangy homemade BBQ sauce.
Our relationships help make us what we are – fulfilled or empty, happy or sad, productive or reduced capacity. One important relationship is with your self – and another is with the food you eat.
Color is a highly underrated styling tool when getting dressed for a date. Plus, wearing color is all about showing personality: Are you fun? Creative? Inspired? Show it with your outfit!
Do you see the same people on your way to work each day? Socialize with a consistent group of friends? Dine at only a handful of restaurants? We are creatures of habit, even when many opportunities are right in front of us, or down the street. Take that same analogy and apply it to dating. How many times have you said, “There just isn’t anyone single for me to date”? Maybe you haven’t cast your net wide enough…
Rejection, however, is par for the course when it comes to dating since most dates probably won’t end in marriage. So, it’s best to develop a healthy context about rejection in order to ensure it doesn’t stop you from finding love. Here are 5 important tips to help you do just that.
I was at my college reunion this past weekend, reminiscing about how many hills we had to climb to get to class, how many hours we spent sleeping on the desk in the library (which my mom never seemed to understand), and how many pecan pies we stole from the dining hall (my answer: one). Ah… the good ol’ college days.