Hooking up. That seems like all people have time for and dating apps like Tinder, OkCupid, etc. are keeping the hook up culture alive. What ever happened to dating? To meet cutes? To locking eyes with strangers across the room and to someone asking you out?. Picking you up and handing you flowers? Everything in today’s society is too fast paced. We all suffer from FOMO (fear of missing out) when it comes to dating and are constantly looking for the next best thing.
We need to slow it down. We need to know that we can still date without feeling like we have to take our clothes off.
Harlan Cohen, the author of the Naked Roommate, wrote a book titled “Naked Dating: Five Steps to Finding the Love of Your Life (While Fully Clothed and Totally Sober).” In his book, Cohen talks about ways to find the love of your life without having to hook up.
Here are five steps to finding happiness with yourself and to find a significant other.
Welcome to Misconception Monday. Every Monday we will look at a common misconception and research how the misconceptions might’ve come to be and any research about it. Read on to find out more about our first misconception. Sabrina the Teenage Witch had one named Salem.
We all hear about the stereotypes of sororities growing up. Whether, it’s stereotyped in movies, such as House Bunny, TV Shows, such as Greek, music, or even dare I say it the porn industry. And I, like most other people, believed those stereotypes about sororities. I told myself, throughout middle school and high school that I would never join a sorority.
How many packs of cigarettes do you smoke each week? One pack, two packs, three packs, four? Do you love that buzzed feeling that you get from smoking cigarettes? If yes, then Smokers Unite! Here Are 5 Reasons To Keep Smoking.
You’ve just graduated from college. Congratulations! Your whole life is ahead of you. You’ve dreamed of this moment for a while now and you’re excited! You have every right to be! However, once the partying dies down and the congratulations are over it’s time to get down to business.
Unfortunately, you won’t be defeating any Huns (although the mountains of applications to fill out may seem Hun like). You’ll probably spend a month filing out specific job applications catered to your course of study at college. Quickly, you’ll realize though that many of the applications state that you must have at least 2 years of experience or 3-5 years of experience.
Chicagoans, sporting unconventional hairstyles or unflattering clothing, transgender individuals who may not pass very well as the gender with which they identify, homeless individuals falling asleep in strange positions.
At least two, if not all of these things are moments of vulnerability that should not be exploited. However, the super-popular Facebook page People of the CTA exposes exactly these types of mortifying incidences.