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Weddings Throughout the Decades

For a substantial part of my young adult life, I was not too fond of weddings. Seriously? Two people decide to spend their lives together and want the whole world to know? Yuck.  As my mind matured and a mimosa at ten in the morning became a thing of the past, I slowly began to embrace them. Whenever I’d receive an invitation, I’d feel like a kid on Christmas morning. Why the sudden...

Feeling Brave? 

Here Are 5 Horror Films to Keep You up at Night If you’re a fan of horror films and watching movies where someone’s chopping another’s body like they’re short on meat for dinner, we cannot be friends. Fun fact about me: I got kicked out of the AMC for excessive screaming when watching Insidious. Excessive screaming. Isn’t that the point of these films?  I never like...

The Best Tips for Planning a Baby Shower

When it comes to planning anything, my mind automatically brings up the most useful invention known to humankind: the list. Lists are lifesavers when planning events, especially events that you’re planning for others, require tons of brainstorming, and attention to every detail. While this article may sound like it’s about the wonders of lists and how I personally can’t live...

How to Have the Perfect Backyard Wedding

If you’re thinking of having a backyard wedding, then it could only mean one thing… you’re a Pinterest addict. This is a judge-free zone, so don’t panic. It is not- as my siblings like to call it- an older people’s app.  Why are backyard weddings becoming so popular nowadays? There are several reasons, but the most popular are flexibility, familiarity, personal, and...

5 Ways to Ensure a Fun, Memorable Summer

Ah, summer. Childhood memories come flooding back, reminding you that the only fun break you had as a child was indeed in the summer. There were no responsibilities, no errands to run, no assignments due. Just you and your friends chasing down the ice-cream truck and chilling in the pool at the YMCA.  I’m sure if you can turn back time, you would, but being an adult isn’t so bad. For one, you can...

Underrated Registry Items No One Thinks of

Ah, the wedding registry. It started as a tradition to inform your guests which kitchen appliances you desire or if you prefer China over crystal. Thanks to the never-ending advancement of technology, you no longer have to stroll through a Bed, Bath, and Beyond with a scanner and unraveling indecisiveness.  Yes, you now have several places that not only offer the appliances you need but also...

The Do’s and Don’ts of Throwing a Bachelorette Party

If you have the honor to plan the bride’s bachelorette party, I have three words for you: it’s rager time.  And by rager time, I do mean exactly what the bride requested, not stepping out of bounds and planning an event she might be uncomfortable with because you thought you knew better.  If you think all bachelorette parties consist of strippers, unlimited alcohol, and a penis-shaped...

Wedding Insurance: Is It Worth Having?

Weddings.  We love them, right? For many of us, it’s one of the biggest -and possibly happiest- days of our lives.  The road to planning a wedding…well, it’s a bumpy road full of headaches, tears, and uncertainty. There’s some joy in there somewhere, but let’s be honest, everything settles after the wedding. The result is a beautiful ceremony celebrating the love of two souls...

How to Prepare for Life After Quarantine

With the COVID-19 pandemic rapidly spreading throughout the world, no one is certain of what’s to happen in the next couple of weeks, months, and possibly years. Hopefully, it never reaches that extent, and life can resume to how it was sooner than later.  The last few months have taken their toll on individuals, mentally, physically, and financially. According to NBC News, “The coronavirus...

Best Workout Channels to Keep You Fit (At Home)

With summer rapidly approaching, many of us are beginning to change our habits to achieve that front cover of a magazine “summer bod.” Maybe it’s due to temperatures quickly rising, everyone posting their weight loss journey in quarantine, or perhaps you decided it’s time to take out that bikini you repurchased a few years back.  You admit you’ve put on a few extra pounds...

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