Having dedicated practically every Christmas and a few weeks of my summer off from school to travel to see my boyfriend, I have experienced firsthand how difficult it can be to save money and plan a trip while on a student budget and schedule. You may see the new widget addition to the left-hand side of the screen.. Ty and I are planning to see each other soon! I may be going to California to celebrate his brother’s graduation, and then to sight see. I’m very excited to see palm trees, go to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, try In-N-Out, and maybe spot some celebrities.
Check out 9 Tips for Cost-Effective Long Distance Relationship Travelling, it’s a good read and has brings up some great advice to keep in mind when planning to travel to your significant other!
Your online friend,
Within any relationship, it’s hard to be 100% happy, 100% of the time.
I believe that no matter how confident one may be, any average dater will usually come to a point where they have doubts or insecurities when in a relationship.
Generally, it can range from nit-picky aspects you wish you could change about your significant other, disapproval for how they act, anxiety of being not good enough for them, or weariness on where you two will be in the future.
The list goes on, and I haven’t even gotten into specifics!
It’s hard enough going through the rough points of a regular, offline relationship but imagine if you had these doubts (and honestly much more) while being in an online relationship.
Continue reading “How to Avoid Insecurity in Online Relationships”
Keeping your online relationship a secret from others is something I can relate to, yet, it is something I discourage you from doing.
It’s hard enough opening up to your parents about your personal life, friends who may judge you easily, or relatives that you only see once a year at family get-togethers. But when it’s something most consider out of the ordinary, such as an online relationship, it makes telling the truth that much more difficult.
Continue reading “Why You Should Tell the Truth About Your ‘Online Love’”
Everyone says that there are plenty of fish in the sea, and one of them in the end, will be right for you. Except, what happens when the one that’s right for you isn’t a regular fish, but a catfish?
What is a catfish you may ask?
Continue reading “The Phenomena of ‘Catfishing’”
So, you’ve met someone online. They may be someone who you’ve just started talking to through Skype calls, private messages on Facebook, or texting on your iPhone into late hours of the night.
They may be someone who makes you grin painfully at the screen; who makes your heart race when a notification goes off, who you think about every second of every day.
But don’t get too ahead of yourself. Be careful.
(Just a warning, you may come to hear that a lot.)
Continue reading “The Basics Before Committing to an ‘Online Love’”