I can't really say that I'm an expert in the ways of romance. I have been with Boyfriendo for a while now, and so far it's pretty good. We get along - and we get along with each other's friends and families. I know not everyone has that, though.
Tim McGraw, Blake Shelton, Willie Nelson, and Merle Haggard aren't boys -- they're men. They've experienced a bit of life and recently dished the best advice they've ever received, as well as what they're most looking forward to in life. The outcome? Some age-old wisdom and a few laughs, of course!
I've been reaching out to you guys and asking you a question every day, and you've been giving some great answers. We've talked about everything from music to dreams to your past, and you haven't been shy about your opinions!
So I was looking over some stuff on the internet the other day for the big holiday, Mother's Day. I saw a bunch of different videos of Moms who were talking about the day, their kids, and how they hoped the kids would live their lives.
You're 21, ready to tackle life and...committed? Yes! It can work, and this post is to all you young ladies out there who are scared or need reassurance that it is okay to be "tied down" and love it! Also for the ladies who are single and not sure if it is right for you right now. It can be great! Some people say being in a serious relationship right now is a waste of time, but i couldn
We all wish we could do it. Do what you ask? I know many people would love to go back and give some tips to our younger, less intelligent selves and say, "Hey, that right there...well, don't do it, because it's really stupid." I know I would have a few words to say, even if it was just a few years ago.
I have made a list of three major life tips to my younger self, so if I ever get the o