Becoming A Caretaker: An Imperfect (But Not Entirely Terrible) Guide
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Becoming A Caretaker: An Imperfect (But Not Entirely Terrible) Guide

Becoming a caretaker may not even involve your parents, you could find yourself caring for a friend, grandparent, or neighbor. You may be put into the role when you’re older, or you may find yourself in a situation similar to mine- unexpected and unprepared and relatively young. There are some valuable lessons to be learned through the experience, and a few key points to keep in mind. Continue reading

6 Modern Boy/Girl Duets That Are Totally Worth Your While
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6 Modern Boy/Girl Duets That Are Totally Worth Your While

Let’s go a step beyond the ever-loved Moldy Peaches song, “Anybody Else But You,” and take a peek at other duets of the past decade. Long gone are the days of schmaltzy love songs (thankfully). That said, boy/girl duets are still very popular. Below are tracks that ought to be recognized for how sincere, open, and relatable they are. Much appreciation for the modern twist of the classic song style. Continue reading

7 Things Every Woman Should Know About Sex (Or At Least Remind Herself)
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7 Things Every Woman Should Know About Sex (Or At Least Remind Herself)

A month or so ago, a Reddit thread asking commenters to share things about sex they wish they were told but weren’t went absolutely viral. Many women’s pubs ran with this idea tweaking it ever so slightly. I think that’s a great thing, because whether we know these things, or need a little reminding the … Continue reading

CONFESSION: I Won’t Tell My Kids About Santa – Am I a Grinch?
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CONFESSION: I Won’t Tell My Kids About Santa – Am I a Grinch?

I have never understood why people teach their kids about Santa Claus.  If and when (probably when) I decide to have children, I will not be bringing them up with Santa as a part of their Christmas traditions. Sure, I believed when I was little, but finding out the truth really didn’t change Christmas for … Continue reading