7 Tips for Making Your Wedding Fit Your Personality

The problem with wedding websites, magazines, and blogs is that the writers often assume that you want to plan a wedding that reflects the popular style of the time. That’s why many of those articles are titled “The Top Wedding Trends of 2019!” or “Wedding Trends that are Out!”. While these articles may be helpful for 95 percent of brides and grooms, there are some who care little about current trends. Here are tips for making your wedding fit your personality.

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7 Tips to Plan a Romantic Honeymoon in 2019

Planning a fairytale honeymoon is essentially just as large of a task as planning your wedding day itself. This is the perfect opportunity to both celebrate your marriage with your sweetie as well as enjoy the opportunity to travel the world. Hopefully you will see the fun in planning this once in a lifetime adventure rather than seeing it as being something overly stressful. To help you ensure that everything runs smoothly, here are some tips to help you plan. 

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Having the best adventure through hiking

When we talk about hiking we must undergo some sloppy trails, rocky roads and an hour of walking. We also have to suffer over soring legs especially when it is your first time, you can also avoid insect bites. This means that it cant be a good idea to go hiking if you can’t bear with this kind of situation.

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Everything you need to know about Turmeric

Also known as the “Indian Sulphur”, the Turmeric (Curcuma Longa) is an herbal plant from the Zingiberaceae (ginger) family, and it is found in the Indian Southwestern region, where it is considered a symbol of prosperity and a physical and spiritual renovator. It is composed by curcumin, several polysaccharides, and other essential oils.

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8 Couples Therapy Skills You Can Use to Improve Your Relationship

When a couple is having issues, they can seek professional help to try and resolve them. There are many places they can go for help, and therapy is a good option. Couples therapy will help them see what is important in the relationship and help them learn how to compromise.

There are a few couples therapy skills you can use to strengthen your relationship. In this article, we’ll outline eight skills that will be super beneficial for your relationship.

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Cause of self-loathing and how to overcome it

As decades roll by, we are beginning to understand that smiling faces do not always tell the actual narrative of what goes on underneath. There are images on social media that show smiling faces of all the famous people who took their lives. The message is clear; appearance can be deceiving. We cannot always tell what is going on in a person’s life. The same can be true of us. Not everyone is self-aware to know they suffer from self-loathing despite appearing confident and even cheerful.

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Are Black Diamonds The Real Deal?

There are plenty of different coloured diamonds on the market, yet the demand for black diamonds is increasing. The popularity for non-conventional diamonds has also increased, which means the market for black diamonds is soaring. Not only do they make for a stunning contrast, they also dress up or down any outfit, making them incredibly versatile.

Here’s what you need to know about black wholesale diamonds found at Diamond Brokers Queensland.

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How to Introduce Yourself via Email – Online Dating Tips

If you’re making these introductions in an online dating community or sites like craigslist personals, this doesn’t make the task any easier. You’re likely to be a perfectionist about these things, or at least that’s the hope. While working over an email to make it perfect can also make it seem artificial and overwrought, you don’t want to dash off the first thing that comes to mind. You want to take your time, if nothing else because you don’t want to reply immediately to an email introduction from someone else – this reeks of desperation.

A Good First Impression

Remember: besides your profile picture and a few sentences your dashed off on your profile template, this is the first impression this person has of you. You want to sound reasonably intelligent and you want to be presentable. Use proper grammar and proper spelling. Studies show that women find an inability to write properly to be off-putting. If you can’t spell and make a sentence properly, you just don’t look particularly smart, even if you are. This shows one of two things: laziness or lack of education.

In the first case, you might be perfectly able to learn proper spelling and grammar, but you just don’t want to take the time to learn them, or use properly what you’ve learned. This is the equivalent of the guy who doesn’t take the time to brush his hair or teeth, clean up his car for a date, or put on deodorant.

Besides the unsightly nature of what you’re presenting, you’re telling this woman a whole lot of things about your personality and attitude towards life. Since most people who can’t spell know how to use a spell check, you are showing complete contempt for your audience, which is the woman you’re trying to impress.

In the second case, you are showing you don’t have the ability to learn good writing. This is worse, of course, because studies show that women like intelligent men. Educated and intelligent people (not always the same thing) are more interesting and stimulating to talk to, while (often more importantly) they tend to be in a higher economic class.

The upshot being, you don’t want women to think you can’t express yourself well. Good spelling in an email introduction might be less important for men (getting a letter from women), but it’s still a good idea for our female readers to express themselves well. Compare an email introduction for Internet dating much like a letter of introduction on a resume: you want to impress.

Be Yourself

It’s somewhat elusive to “be yourself” without being too much of yourself. You want to present the positive side of your personality, but you want that side to be unmistakably you. Sure, you want to impress the person on the other side of the email, but you don’t want to be impressive by making up stories about yourself or your life experiences.

Don’t lie about your job or salary. Be honest about your expectations from the relationship. It’s better you avoid all talk of these things until sometime later in the relationship. If you don’t feel comfortable discussing these subjects with someone who is pushy to know about them, they aren’t the right person anyway.

Here’s the other side of the coin: don’t give away too much. First, it’s a safety and security concern to give away too much personal information to someone you hardly knows. Beyond that, though, you don’t want to tell this person your troubles, worries, feuds, and grudges.

This is stuff they’ll find out later, after they get to know you and have some affection for you. Most people are not going to gain affection for you if you tell them about your problems with your ex, your divorce, your troubles at work, or your exploits in bed, beyond the most passing reference to it. It’s better you avoid these subjects altogether in an introduction. Be brief. Describe yourself. Give a positive image of yourself. Don’t volunteer too much information.

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