Reblog: Things Every Serious Couple Should Know About Each Other

When does a relationship become serious? Is it when you say those first monumental I love you? When you have decided to become exclusive? When you move in together? Maybe it’s when you hit your one-year anniversary, or the first time you talk about marriage and kids? via Things Every Serious Couple Should Know About […]

Your Recommended Reading: The Books You Didn’t Know You Needed

Originally posted on Discover:
The Spanish novelist Carlos Ruiz Zafón once said, “Books are mirrors. You only see in them what you already have inside of you.” Which books have spoken to you about events in your life, both past and present? Today we’ll look at how reading helped novelist Ann Patchett after her stepfather’s…

If You Are Brave Enough, You Will

“you can, you should, and if you’re brave enough to start, you will.”
― Stephen King

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Reblog: Things You Should Never Do On A First Date, Especially With Someone You Like!

Have you ever been on a job interview? Sometimes, first dates are similar to job interviews, because both people are full of questions, both are a little nervous and both are trying to make a good first impression. via Things You Should Never Do On A First Date, Especially With Someone You Like! – Longreads

Reblog: Bringing Joseph Banks into the 21st Century | Digital Collection Programme — Blogs from the Natural History Museum

Sir Joseph Banks, Born 24 February 1743 was a collector of natural history specimens. He was an avid botanist and his collection included a significant collection of insects. via Bringing Joseph Banks into the 21st Century | Digital Collection Programme — Blogs from the Natural History Museum