All the things you should have read this week but didn’t get a chance to, not to worry we made this little list just for you.
1. EXCELLENCE WHEN YOUR DIRECTIONLESS
“On average, a traditional student entering college is eighteen years young. Cognitively speaking, our frontal are considered the home of our personality and vital in our decision making) are still developing until age
That means that the majority of students decide what it is they want to study and complete their degree all brain is still critically developing. It’s no wonder that so many students approach graduation feeling lost and unsure of…
Read it here: Darling Magazine
2. WHY I DON’T WEAR MAKEUP
Three months ago, the founder of a website, who I had recently met, cc’ed me on an e-mail correspondence with his assistant. He was trying to introduce us and in doing so, made the mistake of not deleting their previous conversation thread. I scrolled down and noticed that he’d confirmed to her that I was “verrrrrrrry funny. Smart, too.” This made me feel wonderful. But as I kept reading, there it was.
Read it here: Man Repeller
3. DATING THROUGH YOUR MARRIAGE
Your love for each other does change after marriage, but if your lucky, it grows deeper each day because each consistent day is a building block in a very sturdy brick foundation. If you choose, it can be the kind of love that grows over moves across the country, losing loved ones, having babies, and still remaining devoted to each other. So through the longest days and the sleepless nights, financial strain, heart ache, and growing pains, one was looking out for the other. One would be a place of rest for the other. He would be a place of understanding and support, and I would be a listening ear at the end of a long day. Whatever your personality or love language may be, I think we can all agree that when you look for someone else’s needs before your own, love reciprocates and grows.
Read it here: In Honor of Design
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