Advice for daters in their 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s
Unhappy with your current relationship or lack thereof? Fret no more – Match.com posted an article with ample amounts of advice for those ranging in age from 20 to 60. Learn some common do’s and don’ts of the dating world; whether it’s jumping into something too fast, fearing rejection to the point that it hinders you, or sticking around a relationship past its due date, you can listen to the wise advice of these men and women who made mistakes in past decades they hope others will not repeat.
Paulo Coelho’s Blog
Paulo Coelho’s refreshing blog post on anxiety is a great reminder for us all during stressing times (e.g. a busy day at work) to just breathe. He opens, “there is nothing wrong with anxiety” and dives into a thoughtful analysis of why it’s been around since the beginning of mankind. Coelho reminds us that anxiety is a natural and unavoidable part of human nature and, rather than try to fight it, we should learn to live with it.
95yr. old Pearl Harbor Survivor Tells Obama to Get Bent
Clash Daily — an online compilation of edgy news with a ‘tude — let loose a letter written by Harold Estes, a 95-year-old veteran of the U.S. Navy, criticizing Obama. Although the article recently became a hit, it was actually written and published two years ago when Estes passed away in 2011. His letter, however, bashes Obama’s approach to foreign relations and accuses him of being unpatriotic. He appears to have taken many of Obama’s statements out of context and misinterpreted what the president truly meant by them, nevertheless the vigor of a 95-yea- old certainly comes through in this letter.
Maria Sharapova Is Dating ‘Baby Federer’
Tennis fans will be excited to know that not only is there an up-and-coming tennis star many are comparing to Swiss legend Roger Federer, but said star has also recently been spotted with tennis starlet Maria Sharapova. Grigor Dimitrov, the 21-year-old Bulgarian (aka ‘Baby Federer’), shares a little bit of Federer’s good looks as well as his former coach, Peter Lundgren. If his tennis skills are not enough to earn him a name in the tennis world, dating Sharapova will be. What a match!
New York Magazine
Suds for Drugs
Tide detergent recently earned itself the nickname ‘liquid gold’. Why? Thieves all across the United States have been stealing it from stores to use as currency for marijuana, crack, and other drugs. Rather than mugging individuals and riskinglong jail sentences, many realized stealing this common detergent gave them access to abating their drug addictions while dropping the high probability of being thrown in the slammer. But why Tide, you say? Laundry detergent has become a staple in today’s society — no matter how hard the times get, there will always be a need to wash your clothes. Clean and simple.