How To Remember To Update Your Blog

Let’s be real, we’re ALL busy. Every single one of us constantly has around 37 things to do, whether it be filing that report at work, training for that upcoming 5K, or simply remembering to wish your drug dealer a ‘Happy Passover’. Our lives are constantly in flux, and often take us away from the … Continue reading

How to “Catfish” Someone

We’ve already covered how to avoid being duped by the irresistible allure of a catfish. But like with cassette tapes, and coins, there are two sides to every story. There are innumerable reasons that you might want to trick someone into falling in love with a character you made up. Here is a list of some of … Continue reading

How To Avoid Getting “Catfish”-ed

We’ve always thought that the progression of technology and media would make all our lives easier, imagining a world where a simple click of a button could take our socks off after a long day of work, or cook us a nice home-cooked meal (currently, these jobs are done by our dogs). However, one area … Continue reading

How To Have A Successful First Date

Every now and then we are honored to have some of our generation’s pre-eminent writers contribute to our little community. Today, we bring you dating advice from Ms. JP, famed date-doctor and love connoisseur, who was the inspiration behind Will Smith’s character in Hitch (also, Hancock). Follow her on Twitter @jp730. —— In today’s fast-paced, ever-changing, … Continue reading

How To Be Lonely

Like any art form, being lonely is not something that is easily mastered. You can’t learn it from a kit, or just from watching your older brother do it on Saturday mornings. Anybody can throw on an Adele song and cry while finger-painting, but to really BE (and not just feel) lonely you will have … Continue reading

How To Make 2013 The Best Year Of Your Life

WOW! Another year has quickly passed in front of our eyes, with preparations to welcome 2013 in full effect all around the globe. Looking back on the past 12 months, some of the key moments would certainly include: the Presidential election, conflicts in the Middle East, the Olympics, Adam Sandler’s Jack & Jill, the rise … Continue reading

How To Tell Your Kids Santa Claus Isn’t Real

Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, in hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there. The children were nestled all snug in their bed, and the parents were sick of pretending to be … Continue reading

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