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If you find yourself smitten with someone you’ve only just met, you’ll question whether you should give the feeling so much weight – and risk ending up like Michael.
Show Off Your Personality
You see the holiday season approaching on the calendar, and suddenly, you find yourself in action mode. You’re scrolling through your favorite online stores, flagging items that might make the perfect gift for your adored ones.
You’re shaking the dust off the decorations that have been tucked in the basement for the last 12 months.
He’s so similar to me. In person, we’re just weird and silly and stupid together. He makes me the happiest I’ve ever been in my life.
To its detractors, love at first sight must be an illusion – the wrong term for what is simply infatuation, or a way to sugarcoat lust.
Does love at first sight deserve the name of love?
- Take a social media hiatus. According to a recent survey from Everyday Health, 60 to 70 percent of young adults say they check their social media platforms at least daily. Why not dial that back for the holidays?
- Stick to your new routine. It’s tempting to shake up your typical schedule when the holidays come around, but women’s health expert and BINTO founder Suzie Welsh emphasizes the importance of routine amid the revelry.
- Be intentional about fitness. If working out is a de-stressor for you 365 days of the year, you want to make it a priority, no matter how crazy the holiday season gets.
In my class, I point to an episode of “The Office,” in which Michael Scott, regional manager for Dunder Mifflin, is such a fool: He’s blown away by a model in an office furniture catalog.
Michael vows to find her in the flesh, only to discover that the love of his life is no longer living. Despairing (but still determined), he visits her grave and sings to her a stirring requiem, set to the tune of “American Pie”
Into the Wilderness
Toothbrush, toothpaste, floss. Six, I counted them again. Was this all I brought? I looked up at myself in the mirror and let out a dorky laugh that, thank god, is forever lost to the brutal passage of time.
Imagine if we did what Romeo and Juliet do. They show the signs that we tend to regard as hallmarks of “mature” love – profound passion, intimacy and commitment – right away. For Shakespeare, if you have this, you have love, whether it takes six months or six minutes.
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We like the idea of a long top over pants – it’s nervy – but the combo of no straps, very long layers of ruffling and her cleavage looking smashed the latest records.
Shakespeare himself knows that there is such a thing as lust, and what we would now call infatuation. He’s no fool. People who exhibit the perfectionism are fearful of failure.
Fashion fosters cliches of beauty, but I want to tear them apart. I wanted to dress the woman who lives and works, not the woman in a painting. For me, the summer will be pure gray — mother-of-pearl gray, very pale gray. Then we have light blue, light turquoise, lots of pink. To me, this is the big statement for summer.
Protect your insides like your outsides.
Romeo, besotted with Juliet at the Capulet ball, musters the courage to speak with her, even though he doesn’t know her name. When he does, she doesn’t just respond.
- Even though it’s their first encounter, the two converse.
- Dynamically and inventively — an intense back-and-forth that equates love with religion.
- Love poems typically are spoken by a lover to a beloved, as in many.
- Shakespeare’s own sonnets or Michael’s requiem. Generally, there’s one voice.
Not in the case of Romeo and Juliet – and the energy between the two is as stunning as it is silly sight.
Her pictures show the seaside of Brighton, Sandringham, St. Kilda and Albert Park in Melbourne where the door went off.
Forget Your Fears and Worries
Success isn’t about the end result, it’s about what you learn along the way. Fashion fosters cliches of beauty, but I want to tear them apart. I wanted to dress the woman who lives and works, not the woman in a painting. For me, the summer will be pure gray — mother-of-pearl gray, very pale gray.
- I’m used to always deciding everything myself.
- It’s a blessing, but also a terrible defect sensational.
- Style is much more interesting than fashion, really.
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