Hello, hello! I have been terribly homesick lately in the sense that I miss my friend back in Rhode Island. I miss my family too, of course. And I miss my favorite spots around Providence. But there’s something about missing a friend who’s so far away that really just hits different. So, in honor of … Continue reading 7 Signs You’ve Found A Forever Friend
What I’ve Learned In My First Eight Months Of Marriage
Hello, hello! Ever since coming back from my little hiatus, I’ve noticed quite a few new readers popping up in my notifications. First of all, welcome! I hope you’re enjoying my posts! Since there’s been an influx of new readers, I figured now was a good time to give some updates on myself. I got … Continue reading What I’ve Learned In My First Eight Months Of Marriage
5 Essential Tips For All Newly Engaged Couples
Happy Friday! It’s hard to believe, but this weekend will mark two full years since Ricky and I got engaged. I really can’t believe it’s been so long—but I also have a hard time believing we’ve really been married for three months already too. Time is so strange, and every day feels like a lifetime … Continue reading 5 Essential Tips For All Newly Engaged Couples
7 Green Flags To Look For In Relationships
Happy Friday! Today I want to take a little break from all the book blogging I’ve been doing to switch gears for a minute. It feels like with every new year comes new—or recycled—posts about banishing the toxicity from your life. While I support the overall message year round—yes, you absolutely should not keep people … Continue reading 7 Green Flags To Look For In Relationships
13 COVID-Approved Stay Home Date Ideas
Happy Sunday! As the weather gets chillier (and Covid numbers are on the rise) I’ve been looking for more fun “date night” ideas that can be done from the comfort, warmth, and safety of our own home. I recently turned 24, and one of my traditions every birthday is to reflect on the year and … Continue reading 13 COVID-Approved Stay Home Date Ideas
Long Distance Tips and Tricks
Long distance is hard. A lot goes into it to make the relationship work, let alone to make it fulfilling. But it is possible!
The Best Way To Avoid Arguments With Your S/O
If you can’t be comfortable sharing your thoughts and feelings with a person, you should not be comfortable sharing your bed with them every night.