What’s really needed, beyond food, shelter, basic clothing, and loved ones?
Find someone who’s playing the same game you are. Find someone whose weird issues are compatible with your weird issues; someone whose goals and expectations, skills and desires and everything in between, match your own.
Grant Harris with Image Granted shows how to get your suit to your destination in the best condition possible.
How heartbreak can actually be a great thing for you.
Books, and reading in general, are good habits to practice as you get older. And, no, since speed-reading through your Twitter timeline doesn’t count, here are a few recommendations to help jump-start your summer reading list.
Sue Nador updates 1950s wisdom from the “Good Wife’s Guide” for today’s husband or wife.
Kyle Luetters dives into his personal experience to come up with one word that is the key to everything, good or bad, in your relationships with the opposite sex.
According to my family’s mythology surrounding parenting, sons teach mothers and daughters teach fathers. So it follows that a father who has a lot to learn will be blessed with more daughters.
A woman explains why men with a sense of humor always have the key to a lady’s heart.
Realize that everyone will see you in a different light but the most important thing to take out of your relationships with others is how you allow that to drive your relationship with yourself.
Can more love make the world a better place?
Because of love’s nature, it’s living. Because it’s a living thing, it must be tended to, maintained, paid attention to, cared for.
A great list of ways to wind down after one of THOSE days.
It’s hard to avoid negativity, but life can be so much better when we do.
Afraid to share what you really want to do with your life? Steve O’Neill has a way to get past that.