Being envious or jealous of someone else is not a good look. And even though I know this, I have found myself wrapped up in being envious of someone else and playing the “why not me” card. Here’s what I have learned to deal with this awful feeling. The truth hurts, but it also sets you free.
We are taught that know-it-all’s rule. The more you know (and the less you say you don’t know), the further ahead you can get in life. Right? But what if we were all honest with one another when we don’t know the answer to a question?
TheCubicleChick.com contributor Kid Noble lists 5 apps that single ladies should have on their smartphones if they are looking to impress the opposite sex. And these apps aren’t just impress-worthy, but are great apps to have on your iPhone or Android.
The advancement of technology has caused, in my humble opinion, people to be less focused on one another and more focused on what is going on everywhere else. Being plugged in all of the time really wreaks havoc on the way we communicate with one another.
When I was married in 2005, I did everything I could not to become a Bridezilla. My wedding and the events leading up to it culminated in the first real season of Bridezillas on the WE Network and seeing these brides made me realize that I was turning myself into a monster, which was not good.
There is nothing like a good group of girlfriends to make your life complete. Your girls are your rock when you need some strength, a shoulder to cry on when you get down in the dumps, and lend a listening ear when something is heavy on your heart.
As an only child, I grew up in a household where my father wanted a boy. And since he didn’t have one, he would have me sit with him during basketball, football, and boxing. I really didn’t care to watch, but it made my dad happy so I went along with the program.
One of those such areas is connecting others who would benefit from the connection. I was poor at this previously and thought it was high time I began giving back what had been given to me.
When I walk into a room, my head is usually held high. I usually am strong with my eye contact and handshakes. I am not a wallflower—people perceive this to be a brash, no nonsense woman, but I am far from that.
My soon to be 17 year old son hasn’t thought I was cool for years—his hormones and propensity to blame me for everything wrong in the world has brought my cool factor down for some time. But my 7 year old daughter is a little different.
While I am all for family, there are some times when you have to keep it grown and sexy in your relationship. Whether you are married, in a serious relationship, or dating, keeping it sexy and spicy will go a long way.
After all, V-Day is supposed to be about showing the one you love how much you care. And that doesn’t have to mean spending a lot of cash—as a romantic, I love the simpleness of spending a quiet night at home snuggling and watching a movie.