Buying presents is a natural way of saying “thank you” and acknowledging people around you. But what if generosity is more than just giving gifts?
The problem with being right is that what you think is true is true – and whatever the other person says, is wrong. And this is why we argue on Christmas over food, the colour of Christmas decorations, and anything else.
Dates are fun. They stop us from getting too used to the everyday life and bring in moments that otherwise don’t happen. They can be different for every couple, but personally I divide them into three categories: coffee, bar, and restaurant dates. Which one is the right for you? Find out by reading more.
Here’s what happened in my life this February: I went to Paris, created a future for myself of being a writer and doing my business. Me and my half have celebrated our second anniversary. Plus, I enjoyed London beginning to bloom.
Those who know me well also know that my boyfriend goes on business trips quite frequently. That is, about 3-4 times a year, anywhere between 3 to 7 weeks. Do the maths and you’ll get that we’re apart for about ⅓ of the year. Now, how does that work?
Most couples plan their holidays very well — especially the where, how and how much — but they often forget to plan what they want to do with their partner. Here’s how me and Andrej made it work and had a thrilling time together.
Me and my boyfriend are all about keeping our relationship vibrant on every level. I could as well call it the “perfectly dynamic relationship”. What do I mean by that? Whether we’re having fun, enjoying our time together, cooking dinner or having a critical argument, we’re here for each other and we push our boundries.