Marriage is a wonderful institution, isn’t it? You find someone, you fall in love so far in love that you want to spend every single day together and you commit your lives to each other. It’s wonderful. Everything about weddings and love is swoon-worthy. Everyone wants it and those who have it often don’t know how lucky they are. Continue Reading
University is a very tricky period of your life. It’s a 3+ year spell where you have to be independent and will likely decide on what you want to do for a proper career. There’s a lot that can happen at uni, you can change into a completely different person to the one that rolled up on day one in the first year.
Amongst all the partying and studying, there is one other thing that’s often under the microscope in uni; your love life. It’s a time where people enter multiple relationships or end up in a serious one for the first time. When you’re surrounded by people that you may be attracted to, it’s easy to try things out and look for a relationship.
We all crave more intimacy and connection in our relationship at times. This is especially true as your relationship matures and being together becomes more commonplace. The longer you are together, the more likely it is that jobs, kids, social engagements, or even planning something wonderful like your wedding, will start to eat up more and more of your time. Continue Reading
Weddings happen all year round, but there is a period over the summer months when most people decide they want to tie the knot. Perhaps because good weather is more likely which means longer evenings, outdoor receptions and fantastic photographs – something a Dublin Wedding Photographer would prefer to cope with rather than the constant drizzle that seems to befall the area.
Despite how many times we might wish it to be otherwise, “happily ever after” with the one you love doesn’t necessarily mean “always happy”. Our relationships can ebb and wane and during the course of very busy lives, sometimes they can feel less than romantic. If your relationship is lacking that certain something, there are a variety of ways to get the zest back! Here are some ideas you can use to try to rekindle the romance with your partner.
Planning the perfect hen party is about creating an event that will give the bride and her hens fantastic memories. If you want something more than hopping on down to the nearest pub or club, take a look at these great ideas for making it a hen party to remember:
One could argue that reexamining your relationship at this moment, right around Valentine’s Day is not the wisest thing to do. There are presents to think of, ideas on how to spend the evening, and the air is generally filled with loving thoughts. This is the season in which we are in a heart-shaped bubble and while in that bubble we tend to put our issues and needs aside, the needs that arise within a relationship as well as those we have as an individual.