Remember when you were a kid or even a teenager and your friends were the people you lived near or went to school with? You were pretty much guaranteed to see each other everyday either in class or lunch or on the bus.
Fast forward ten plus years (depending on how long it’s been since you got out of high school) and if you happen to still be friends with any of those people, you see them maybe a handful of times a year – birthdays, holidays, maybe the odd night out for drinks. And it seems to only get more complicated when you add spouses and kids in the mix.
Adult friendships can be hard to maintain. Between crazy work schedules, family functions, and any other extracurricular activities going on, finding time to get together can seem almost impossible. But it’s not. And it doesn’t even have to be difficult. Continue reading “Maintaining Adult Friendships”
This month I had the privilege of interviewing my best friend, Kristin. She’s someone I’ve admired for a long time (we met my junior year of high school and instantly clicked). I’m so glad she agreed to do this post, because, as you’ll read, she’s one busy woman.
Keep reading for her story! Continue reading “Wonder Woman of the Month: Kristin Mathes M.A., MT-BC”
It’s no secret that I’m a huge proponent for women supporting other women. I’ve made a point to talk about the importance of building each other up and not viewing each other as competition in several past blog posts.
And I think we’re hopefully seeing a shift in how female friendships are represented in the media; whether it’s fictional characters or real-life people.
But why is that such an important topic to me? Continue reading “When Women Support Each Other, Incredible Things Happen”
I will be honest with you: my interest in rosé came out of my love for the color pink and promises of a semi-sweet wine with hints of berry flavors. I’m not much of a wine drinker, but I do love a good cider, so when I saw that cider companies were putting out rosé ciders, I knew I had to try it. Continue reading “Partners in Wine: Rosé All Day”
Time with our friends is important. I mean, hugely important. I can tell when I’ve gone too long without spending time with my best friends, because I start to not feel like myself. My best friends are all my best friends for different reasons. They each add a richness that I just don’t get from being without them. My best friends have all been there for me through the absolute worst time in my life, and the absolute best. They know what to say and when to say it. They understand when I can’t do something because of my anxiety and when to make me do something despite it.
Continue reading “Why Do We Stop Having Sleepovers as Adults?!”