Wrapping up our love series, Melody from Naked Wellness shares her thoughts on taking our partners for granted. If you missed our last series post on the essence of love, you can find it here.
For the last month or so, I’ve been thinking about that transition that happens in romantic relationships, when we go from the excitement of falling in love and getting to know each other to that space of ‘going steady,’ as they used to say.
It’s a funny space, no?
Continue reading Love Series: How Do We Keep the Relationship Alive?
Continuing our love series, Sarah from Share My World takes us back to the basics by exploring how we define love. In our last love series post, many of you shared how you honor your time alone. I encourage you to jump into the conversation and share your thoughts on what love means to you.
What is love?
Continue reading Love Series: What is Love?
Our third love series post is written by the awesome Lisa from The Creative Canvass. If you missed them, the first love series post is here and the second one can be found here. All the way from Australia, Lisa shares one of her greatest loves with us!
Love, it’s such a small word that has a lot of pressure put upon it.
Continue reading Love Series: The Art of Spending Time Alone
Our second love series post (in case you missed it, here’s our first one) is a light and fun one. Tianna shares her top ten films to watch on Valentine’s Day. She picked a diverse selection; check them out!
Continue reading Love Series: Romance Films to Watch on Valentine’s Day
I celebrate love all year round, but when February arrives more people join me in my love for love! As a tribute to love, for the month of February musingsbythebay.com will be hosting guest posts from a handful of amazing bloggers. Sarah from www.50poundmonkey.com is kicking off our love series with a funny and inspiring post on maintaining self-love as we age.
Guess what world, I’ll be 50 soon! And, I couldn’t care less what number shows up on my cake. You can bet there will be cake, lots of cake, because quite honestly, as the number gets bigger, life just keeps getting better.
There’s no law that says that you have to grow up. I’m pretty sure that I don’t act my age, nor do I plan to in the future, but good things come with age.
I laugh in the Botoxed face of vanity, and, you might find this a bit shocking (sit down if you need to), I LOVE my laugh lines.
There’s evidence right there on my face that I’ve lived, and loved, and laughed.
Continue reading Love Series: Lovin My Laugh Lines, Beauty in Age