“Here we’re breaking down five ultra-simple ways to remind your best people that they’re, well, the best. No big gestures, no big spending necessary.”
Enjoy the words of contributor Megan McCarty, and then go do something nice for someone you love.
“What if we lightened up just a tad on the business of our marriages, and laughed into their messiness a bit more? What if we pulled back the veil on the myth of having a #RelationshipGoals kind of relationship?” Today contributor Carol Bruess is writing about our most intimate, serious relationships, and the importance of taking them a little less seriously sometimes.
For many of us, Sunday is our day to recharge from a weekend of time spent with friends, sipping one too many (or just the right amount, who’s to say??) glasses of rosé, rushing from one plan to the other. For the introverts among us, having a day to build up our energy stores in the quiet comfort of our homes may feel especially necessary. Today we’re sharing a post contributor Julie Rybarczyk penned about the wonderful traits that make introverts who they are.
Today is Father’s Day, and we felt it an apt time to share this post contributor Tala Ciatti wrote in 2017. In it, she writes about how we can approach this holiday when our relationship with our own dad isn’t ideal, or is just… different.
Given that May’s theme is all about learning to accept ourselves for who we are, we’re unearthing these beautiful words from the Wit & Delight archive, as penned by Jenny Jorgensen. Jenny writes about life after a breakup—a year of adventure and change, and finding herself along the way.
As previously seen on Wit & Delight I have a story this month that’s a little bit harder to get off my chest than my usual “What the actual frick am I doing in my relationship, ugh God I am a mess,” meltdowns. Those are surprisingly easy because I am very much at peace with the reality […]
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