Posts Categorized: culture

  Marriage is something that – almost – everyone dreams about as a child. We fantasize about finding that prince or princess and living happily ever after. Unfortunately for our inner-child, marriage doesn’t always have a fairytale ending. According to the American Psychological Association, over 90 percent of people get married by the age of[ … ]

  Moving in together can be a make or break step in a relationship that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Whether you are used to living alone or with your BFF, the transition to living with your significant other can be tricky if you aren’t careful.  Here are some ways to make this transition a little[ … ]

Guest post by Isabel William They say that we stop growing when we lose interest in the world around us, and it’s true. We don’t find joy in discovering how things work, we don’t see the beauty in everyday things, and we don’t want to learn any more. Losing the motivation to learn is always[ … ]

Guest post by Nina Simons It doesn’t matter if you are religious or not, you must agree that there is something therapeutic about traveling to a faraway destination and starting your own spiritual journey in order to achieve inner peace. That is where yoga and meditation play the vital part and represent a tool that[ … ]

This is a guest post by Isabel William Millennials, the cynical children of postmodernism, by and large sneer at the idea of love. Yet over the course of hectic cultural and technological changes we have seen in the past few decades, the nature of it hasn’t changed. It always comes down to two people and[ … ]