I was three swipes away from deleting Tinder when I met Hilmi, a friendly thirty-something accountant. He may be perfect and I was interested, but we made many dating mistakes that turned our relationship from bad to worse.
When I became a bridesmaid for the first time, no one told me that I would spend a lot of money. When I say a lot, I mean by the thousands.
The biggest financial mistake I made during my twenties was spending too much on travelling.
For every ten career advice, there’s a chance that one is a lie.
When I realised the song “25 minutes” was two decades old, I thought to myself, “Shit, I am an old millennial.”
Yes, we do spit on your food. I know it’s disgusting but when you yelled at us in front of the whole restaurant, it pissed us off.
Inner critics may appear different to everyone, but they’re all the same. They’re the discouraging voice in our heads that remind us that we’re never good enough for anything.
Washing your coffee cup after you’re done is the obvious thing to do – but there’s always that one colleague who just doesn’t get it.
I know you’d rather do anything than take another snapshot of your wife in front of a brick wall, but such is life. You’re the Instagram husband.
Modern dating is an intimidating field for introverts. We are constantly encouraged by our friends to put ourselves out there, meet someone new, and pray that chemistry happens. These dating rules may seem easy, but not so much for introverts.