In case you didn’t already realize this, I am not a relationship expert. Despite that, I am part of what I feel is a healthy, happy relationship. (Our four year anniversary is next week!)
Joe and I worked together on this post to give you some advice on what we’ve found to be the keys to healthy relationships, based on our own experience and on what we’ve learned from watching other couples, specifically our parents and grandparents.
Welcome to love week: my celebration of Valentine’s Day! Over the coming week, I’ll be sharing posts that celebrate love in all its different iterations. Last year, I focused on the importance of loving yourself, and it’s still one of my favorite posts.
Today we’re talking about the love you share with your best friends – even the ones who live far away.
When your best friend lives around the corner, staying in touch is pretty easy and effortless. You can meet for a casual Netflix marathon, go to a workout class together, or hit the town for a boozy brunch. But when your friends live far away, keeping in touch can be really difficult.
With your different schedules and priorities sometimes speaking with your long-distance besties can seem pretty much impossible. In the spirit of love week, here’s a few ways that I like to keep in touch with my best friends and family who live far away.
A white jeans outfit is the best weapon you have in your transitional-dressing arsenal, especially when it’s still freezing in March, but you’re longing for spring. But your favorite white skinnies don’t have to sit in the back of your closet all winter long waiting for a warmer day.
Forget the “no white after Labor Day” rule, and embrace the power of wearing white in winter. It’s crisp, fresh, and will help you mix up your cold-weather outfits so you don’t get bored with endless all-black looks. Read more