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21 Truths You Should Know Before You Move In With A Significant Other

1. Someone is going to be the “creeper,” whose stuff is always overflowing into the common spaces or taking up entire shelves/counters. You might assume it’s always the woman, but creeping with your belongings is a genderless phenomenon. 937 more words

An Asexual Future?

This is my post for the September Carnival of Aces, which I am hosting this month.

Last month, Queenie posted to The Asexual Agenda on how hard it is facing the future without some sort of map. 1,478 more words


Grandparents day: Still no need to send a card

I felt guilty this afternoon when I noticed a lot of people clicking on this old post about Grandparents Day. I should have updated it sooner. 222 more words

In The News

American's Living Arrangements

Whether you rent or own, this is interesting data just released by the US Censis Bureau as it shows how living arrangements have changed over time. 188 more words

Arriving in London: Regent's University

Regent’s University London, United Kingdom

Major: Advertising and Promotion in the Haworth College of Business

By: Katie Bell

It is very expensive (almost one-hundred dollars) to take a taxi to where my school is located from the Airport in London. 450 more words

Western Michigan University

Year in review (2014-15), Living alone.

I questioned how much this was worth adding. But, overall this is one of the biggest things I think JET through at me that I wasn’t expecting to be so big. 802 more words

Living Life

Time Outs are Not Just for Toddlers

I get it, we all at one point in our lives have lived with someone who we sometimes can not stand. Maybe it’s your super conservative grandmother who comes and visits your family every summer and her old fashioned beliefs turn to insults that make you bite your tongue while you are silently fuming inside. 437 more words

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