Dating phase came and went and now you’re committed to each other. You made sure that he didn’t have any of the beginning red flags but what now? Does it mean you can just live happily ever after? Not necessarily.
Sugar is everywhere nowadays. In coffee, in soda, in tomato sauce, in juice – most things on a shelf of a regular grocery store you can think of contain at least some sugar.
Obviously, drinking is no good for you. It’s bad for your mental health, for your liver, for your brain, skin, gut and a lot more. I don’t recommend drinking it ever, but people just do what they do (including me, I rarely follow my own advice and like doing dumb things as much as the next person).
It’s not a good idea to go into dating blindly and trying to figure stuff out along the way. When you start seeing someone you tend to wear rose colored glasses and let things slip through. That’s why it’s necessary to come prepared.
We’ve all heard this statement before – you shouldn’t eat before bed. But why? Let me explain.
Depending on your age, starting weight, height, muscle mass, gender and amount of physical activity you spend a certain amount of calories per day doing nothing. A human is one big chemical lab in which reactions of all sorts are going on all the time.
It is incredibly important to do the things you enjoy doing.
Make sure you have at least three things that will lift up your spirit. It can be a movie you love to rewatch over and over again, songs you sing along to, a nice date with yourself.
Realistically, you should be able to sniff out crappy people and situations yourself. But if you’ve been in a toxic relationship or two already, it probably is way harder for you to see those things clearly.
It’s stealing a ton of your time, it’s making you miserable, it just sucks. And it always happens at the least convenient time.
We live in an era of online-everything. Everyone and their mother are on social media, watching videos, searching for practically all things possible on Google. Movies are online, music is online, even workplaces are online.