Archives for March 2016
Tucker and I (well, mostly Tucker) are big movie watchers. Between Netflix, HBO and Amazon Prime there are seemingly endless movie selections at our disposal. All of these available options have oftentimes led us to feel overwhelmed when trying to select a movie, but we have developed a few go-to titles over the last two years. I’ve broken down date night movies into categories or moods and listed our favorites, as well as other suggestions that seem like a good fit. Grab some popcorn and get cozy, you don’t want to miss this post.
Since it’s officially Spring (even though the weather is making it feel more like late fall), the seasonal influx in children’s parties is about to begin. From birthday parties, midweek get-togethers to spontaneous pool parties, there won’t be a shortage of children’s parties wherever you look. As an adult, kid’s parties can seem boring and loud, but there are ways to make the most out of these get togethers. Here are my tips for surviving a kid’s party as an adult!
As a college student, advertising major, blogger and avid social media user, I hear the term ‘millennial’ WAY too many times every day. To put it bluntly, the word ‘millennial’ is outdated and irrelevant. There are plenty of other words that can be used to describe 20-something’s, a generation and young voters. In case you can’t tell, I feel very strongly about this topic and in my opinion, for good reason. Keep reading to learn more about why ‘millennial’ has got to go.
Is it really that hard to keep in touch throughout the course of one year? Sure, you can send a birthday card and a holiday card, but those are only two days of the year. Are you doing your best to keep in touch with your loved ones the other 363 days of a calendar year? Texts messages, Facebook messages and emails aside, there’s nothing quite like touching base with loved ones in a more personal way. Here are a few ways you can maintain a more personal connection with those you love while geography attempts to keep you apart.