by Randal C. Hill It may seem hard to believe, but once upon a time, nearly half of all Valentine’s Day messages sent contained grotesque caricatures of the intended recipient and mean-spirited, hurtful notices intended to drive in the knife.    By...
by Kathy Megyeri This book, “Man With Farm Seeks Woman With Tractor, The Best And Worst Personal Ads Of All Time,” by Laura Schaefer, is hilarious. Personals are a great source of entertainment and they’ve been around since the 18th...
Adapted from an article on Top5-DatingSites.com Regardless of what some may think, it’s never too late to find love; meeting someone in person isn’t the only option. Online dating has become very common – in fact, one in five relationships...
Adapted from 12 Tips for Keeping Love Alive in Your Senior Years, by Mia Taylor (Cheapism.com)  As Valentine’s Day cards and candies fill the stores, it’s a great time to rekindle those relationship flames. Here are three fun ways to...
No matter your age, planning a wedding takes careful consideration, and if many of your guests are mature, there are probably a few extra things to think about. Why not take inspiration from popular British TV shows such as...
Many women think about their wedding throughout their lives, with some dreaming of their special day, even from childhood. The realization of these dreams can be exciting, but not without some stress.
Thumbnail image by Jess Bailey from Pixabay By Andrea McGinty, Founder 33000Dates.com and ItsJustLunch.com  Yes, it is not only possible to find love now, but highly likely! Had you been in your 60s in the 1990s, it was a tough go...
Thumbnail image by David Mark from Pixabay To submit your questions for advice, email advicemsprice@gmail.com  Advice with Ms. Price Dear Ms. Price,  I’m 16 years old and have just moved to Florida from Minnesota, where I was born and raised. I love the beaches and...
Thumbnail image by congerdesign from Pixabay By Sharon Emery  On summer vacation, I:  Spent treasured time on Lake Huron with family and friends.  Planned how I want to leave this exquisite, never-say-die world.  I know what you’re thinking: Not for me (the end of...
Thumbnail image by Pexels from Pixabay By Kathy A. Megyeri  “To write the present is to believe in the future.”  Author Anna Quindlen is a national treasure.  She’s a journalist, self-help author and writer of fiction, nonfiction and memoirs.  Her books are...
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