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Top 5 Love Lessons from “The Bachelorette” (Andi on Hometown Dates)

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

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. When wooing someone — especially someone with an intellectual career — avoid these decidedly unsexy words and phrases: “it’s hard work,” “don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty,” “gumption,” “there’s no limits for a woman on a farm,” and “homemaker” (even if the person wouldn’t mind being a stay-at-home parent, there’s something so [...]

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Top 5 Love Lessons from “The Bachelorette” (Andi in Belgium)

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

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photo courtesy of¬†ABC/Geert Vanden Wijngaert It’s honorable to take the process of falling in love seriously (Marcus), but would it kill you to crack a joke once in a while? There’s a reason why people rank “sense of humor” as one of the most important qualities they look for in a mate. To quote Nick: [...]

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10 Ways to Sexify Your Gratitude Journal

Friday, June 27, 2014

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photo via Flickr Everyone from Oprah to Real Simple to the guy at Harvard who teaches classes on happiness has talked about gratitude journals — you know, every night you write down, say, five things you were grateful for that day. Could be big things (my wonderful supportive family) or small (Honey Bunches of Oats [...]

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Top 5 Love Lessons from The Bachelorette (Andi, Week 5)

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

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screenshot from ABC’s “The Bachelorette” When trying to express your most romantic feelings, do not say “You are awesome,” as if you’re at some sporting event marveling at an epic play, bro. Don’t be a poor sport on a date. Join in, lighten up and have a laugh. (That said, if your date makes you [...]

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The Best Wedding Photos from Getty Images

Thursday, June 5, 2014

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It being the month of June, we thought we’d continue our¬†superlative series of Getty search images¬†around the topic of weddings. Can you hear the church bells ring? Here are some of Getty’s best wedding photos to have and to hold: #492806865 / gettyimages.com #200500277-001 / gettyimages.com #174118644 / gettyimages.com #153591945 / gettyimages.com #108163593 / gettyimages.com [...]

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Top 10 Love Lessons from The Bachelorette (Andi, Ep 3 & 4)

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

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photo courtesy of ABC/David Moir On a date, do not go on and on about what a nerd you were in high school — that’s a story best told after they’ve fallen in love with the totally rad person you are today. That said, do wear cool, memorable pants. Never underestimate the power of unexpected [...]

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Top 5 Love Lessons from The Bachelorette (Andi, Ep 1)

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

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photo courtesy of ABC/Rick Rowell When on a date, follow the same rule of the writer: show, don’t tell. Do not say “I have a lot to offer” as your opening gambit. Prove it by being charming, smart, funny, compassionate and so on. Do not refer to your date as “ma’am” at any point, even [...]

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The Top 10 Love Lessons of “Sixteen Candles”

Thursday, May 8, 2014

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This week marks the 30th (!) anniversary of Sixteen Candles, one of the greatest teen movies of all time (right next to John Hughes’ other classic, The Breakfast Club). At a time when most high school/college movies were raunchy, sexist tales of young men’s pursuit of sexual conquests — think the¬†Porky’s franchise, Losing It, The [...]

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A Love Poem for National Poetry Month

Thursday, April 3, 2014

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photo via Flickr APRIL IS National Poetry Month. So to have your new book of poems be named one of the Books of the Week by Publishers Weekly this week has got to feel doubly good. Thus, a big congrats to our friend¬†Mark Bibbins, whose new book is called “They Don’t Kill You Because They’re [...]

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The Best Way to Fix Love (According to the New Book “Love Sense”)

Friday, March 21, 2014

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photo via Flickr The new book¬†Love Sense¬†by clinical psychologist¬†Dr. Sue Johnson tries to take some of the mystery out of that big emotion. While that may not sound very romantic, Johnson is dedicated to the scientific exploration of love so that we may have better, more-fulfilling, more intimate long-term relationships — especially in a world [...]

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