Going Through Tough Times Makes Your Relationship Grow

On November 30th, I celebrated 4 years with my husband. Damn. Time has flown by for the two of us. We met October 2013 and it feels just like yesterday. Since we met online, he planned for us to meet at my local gym, workout and then get some lunch afterward. Right before we met, I pulled into a nearby parking lot and sat in … Continue reading Going Through Tough Times Makes Your Relationship Grow

I fell in love all over again with my husband – after reading Andrea Miller’s “Radical Acceptance”

“How come you don’t accept me for who I am? I never complain about your flaws!” my husband asked. Honestly, we’ve had this conversation a million times. We’ve been together for almost 4 years and I have still yet to accept every part of him. He’s anti-social, doesn’t communicate at times, stubborn and a loner. He doesn’t try hard to make friends. His reason being … Continue reading I fell in love all over again with my husband – after reading Andrea Miller’s “Radical Acceptance”

How Social Media Helped Find My Dog

My husband hates social media. I mean, if he never had to use facebook, twitter, insta, snapchat, it would be fantastic. But… it  does have benefits. For starters, it helped us find our dog, Minnie. On December 23rd, 2017, we made our way to PA to visit my parents for Christmas. We asked my dad to watch our two dogs so we could pick up … Continue reading How Social Media Helped Find My Dog

A Letter To My Husband On Our One-Year Marriage Anniversary

Dear Hubby, I’m listening to “Take Me Home” by Phil Collins. Do you remember in Tennessee when I played that song and you told me you’d turn it on as we were leaving our first apartment together? You teased me while I held back tears over the fact that we were leaving. I thought my freedom was being taken away from me. The issue was … Continue reading A Letter To My Husband On Our One-Year Marriage Anniversary

Stop Settling For Shitty Love For Fear Of Being Alone

As women, we tend to settle for men because we feel as if we cannot do any better. “Oh, he treats me pretty well, so that’s good enough for me,” we tell ourselves and our girlfriends. If we gain weight, develop acne, have any sort of body imperfection, we start to feel self-conscious, which leads into settling for a mediocre man. So, you put on … Continue reading Stop Settling For Shitty Love For Fear Of Being Alone