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Story of My Life...

I was talking to a friend one evening over coffee, and I shared how incredibly frustrated I had become that I had never been in a serious relationship. I felt like I was in a 30 day curse. After 4 weeks of what seemed like the start of a blissful relationship, they're over it and I'm left drowning my sorrows in cookie dough.

I felt that I held all the key elements to be a good lover, but I constantly found myself repeating the same scenario over and over again. I would meet a guy and after a month of "courting" we would really be into each other. We'd spend hours sharing our hopes and dreams to which we eventually included each other in these aspirations. It is a natural habit for me to express my affection in may ways. Whether that meant cooking him dinner instead of always going out, buying him a new sweater because it's Wednesday or unlocking the car door from the inside because A Bronx Tale says if you don't "you're a selfish broad".

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7 Trends that Need to Make a Comeback

1. Sending Letters- 
When was the last time you mailed a handwritten letter?
When was the last time you got one in the mail?
Wouldn't it be nice to find that someone took the time to tell you how the felt with a pen and paper then through a text message which is probably mostly Emojis?

2. Movie Rentals-
Okay yes, we have Netflix and Hulu, which are great!, but now all patience is lost now that we can binge on an entire series in less than a week

3. Land Line Telephones-
We pay for unlimited minutes yet how much do you actually use those "minutes" to have a conversation with someone?

4. Disposable Cameras-
Thanks to front facing cameras, camera phones, and instagram "selfies" Technology has taken the fun out of photography.

We should just go back to clicking a button and hoping for the best at least then we may be a little less vain

5. Radio Dedications-
Since we can just easily post a song via Facebook no one really listens to the radio on their way to work ho…

3 Reasons Why your Ex Contacts you During the Holidays

Ever wonder why when you finally hear from your ex, it's during the holidays?  Well there is a perfectly reasonable explanation to this madness...
After a breakup, you may go through a period where all communication is officially closed. You can't exactly pick up the phone and contact them the way you used to and you spend months hoping they finally say the things they should have said soon after the break- up.

Why is that when we finally stop holding on to a beacon of hope for them to call or take us back that they finally contact us? 

Why is it that this seems to only occur during a holidays or special occasion? 

Reason #1 - Loneliness
It's the holidays for crying out loud. This usually  involves family, friends, and that special someone.
A lot of men tend to put love on the back burner to focus on everything else. However, at some point they hit a day or two where work just isn't enough.

They holidays always display that cliche image of curling up by a fire, roasting …