Season One of Friends brings out the best in us. There nothing as extraordinary watching six people maneuver relationships with such love, grace and humor.
Author Mimi Golub
Friendships are compelling and complicated. It’s as if two people who become good friends sign a contract to be supportive 24/7, love each other unconditionally, and have each other’s backs no matter what.
My cousin taught me to love the act of cooking and entertaining. She made me realize that it doesn’t always have to be a fancy tablecloth or state-of-the-art appliances to make dinner perfect.
I rarely focus on the fact that I am getting older, until I am reminded that I am. Clothing stores do a pretty good job of keeping me grounded in the aging game.
Facebook may not be perfect, but it does have a place in our lives and society.
My guy and I have climbed many mountains, been bruised and battered. We have fallen and gotten back up again…together.
I paid little attention to what happened to Lauren Astley on July 3, 2011. Initially, I was shocked that a teen boy could murder his ex-girlfriend.
If you follow me on social media, you probably can’t stand me in the summer. I’m the grown-up who acts like a teenager. I post pictures…
Do I really have high expectations of my closest buddies? Shouldn’t we at least have some standards for our friends?
In-laws are the source of many jokes and can be the cause of great stress in a marriage. What if we thought about it differently and found reasons to love our parent-in-law as much as we love our own parents?