How to Get More Right Swipes on Bumble Dating App


Welcome to the dating scene of the future: everyone’s on screen and all you do is swipe left or right.

There are many dating apps out there but Bumble is a big hit with people because it turns the traditions of dating upside down. Normally, men are slated to do all the talking and introductions and such, but with Bumble it’s up to the women.

I’ve found it relatively successful, finding a few people to get in touch with that are worth while. But I haven’t found my one and only just yet.

There are a few tips and tricks I have for guys and gals out there who are wanting to get on the app.




Top 4 Things I Learned from Love

What did I learn from love?

Well, love is a fickle thing.

I’m a hopeless romantic and falling in love is part of my life goals to live a happy and fulfilled life. Love can be some of the greatest experiences in your life, but it can also cause the most hurt, as well.

I’ve learned a lot from being in actual love, thinking I was in love, being infatuated, and just wanting to be loved in the first place.

These are the top 4 things I learned from love.




Why You Need to Write Yourself a Love Letter Right Now


I know I’ve always wanted to receive a love letter from a potential or current partner. I’ve also written my fair share of them myself, but always to other people. That’s fine and all, but with Valentine’s Day coming up, I thought it would be a great idea to write myself a love letter!

If you don’t get the love letter you’re looking for, why not write one yourself? Simple, right?

Writing yourself a love letter can be greatly beneficial, especially to those with low self esteem or need a confidence boost. You’ll be writing yourself a letter about all the great thing you do, how wonderful you are, and why you deserve love.

So for this Valentine’s Day, consider writing yourself a love letter instead of waiting for that special someone to do if for you.



Why You’re Not in a Relationship Right Now

Why are you not in a relationship right now? There are plenty of reason why you're not in a relationship. Click here to read more.  #relationships #love #single #lmssblog


Being in a relationship is something most people tend to want at some point in their life. In fact, there are a lot of people who’s main goal in life is to become a mother or father, and that usually requires a relationship to happen.

However, there are going to be times in your life when you really, really want to be in a relationship but it just isn’t happening. There are many reasons why you’re not in a relationship right now, but these are the few that I’ve come across personally.



How to Know You’re Finally Ready for a Real Relationship


There’s nothing wrong with wanting a relationship, but the problem comes when you may not be ready for a relationship and you try to force it to happen. I know that I’m at the point where I really want a relationship but I know I’m not ready for it yet. But I do think I know what I should be like before I’m ready for a relationship.

Not everyone is going to be the same, but there are a few core things you should have, be, or believe before you know you’re ready for a relationship.



I’m a Millennial Spinster and I Hate It

I'm a Millennial Spinster and I Hate It // I am a Millennial Spinster and I hate it. What's a millennial spinster? You'll have to click here to find out more! #millennial #spinster #millennialspinster #alone #foreveralone

I am a Millennial Spinster and I hate it.

What’s a millennial spinster? Well:


a person reaching young adulthood in the early 21st century


an unmarried woman, typically an older woman beyond the usual age for marriage.

I’m someone entering their 30s with no relationship in sight. And it hasn’t been for lack of trying. I’ve been officially single since 2010 when I broke up with my then boyfriend when I was in college. I’ve been on dating apps and meeting people with no luck at all. I feel I’m destined to die alone.



It’s Okay to Cut People Out of Your Life

Sometimes there are people in our lives that we wish weren't. When that happens we have to cut them off or limit contact. Click here to read more #cutoff #toxicpeople #toxicrelationships #relationships

Sometimes there’s a person or people who you really just need to cut out of your life. They can be a toxic person to you, constantly bring you down, take more than they give, and/or overstep boundaries you’ve created or tried to create.

It’s okay to cut these people out of your life. In fact, you probably should.

If someone isn’t being a good person to you, or they’re draining you and you can’t take it anymore, it’s much better to cut them off than waiting for things to go back to normal. They won’t, believe me. 

I spent years waiting for that normal to come and it never did. It still hasn’t, but I now have control over things better. I’m not being pushed around any more.

 It might hurt a little to cut someone out of your life, but it’s going to be the best thing for you.



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