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During her pregnancy, people warned Jen Harrington that she was about to fall in love like never before. But she didn’t understand what they meant until her son, Joshua, was born. The feeling of adoration hit as soon as she saw him.
“It was like I wasn’t even living before I looked at my baby,” Harrington says. Read the rest of this entry
If only I’d know that I’d be trading:
Monthly PMS for nine months of weeping
Lacy thongs for cotton tents
Sex for gas
Zinfandel for warm milk
Birth control for laxatives
Going to the gym for getting up to pee
Your waist for a hot-air balloon
Kickboxing for kick counts
Your innie for an outie – a way-outie
Sleeping for groaning
Freedom for the most intense love you’ve ever known
Is modern life changing the way men and women relate to each other or do traditional ideals still rule? The results of the 4th Annual Great Male Survey, which was conducted by leading men’s lifestyle site AskMen, reveal some shifting gender dynamics when it comes to dating and relationships. For the second year in a row, AskMen has teamed up with Cosmopolitan.com to loop in the thoughts of the fairer sex through the Great Female Survey. The answers from both genders show that while some old-fashioned values are still going strong, the tables are starting to turn when it comes to other aspects of relationships.
Ahhhhhh! A great massage — there’s really nothing quite like it! But in order to get the most you can out of the experience, you have to be ready, receptive, and relaxed. (Call it the 3 R’s!) No worries – we’ll get you ready!
1. Be as receptive and open to the massage process as possible. You may have to be naked, but you are dealing with a professional, whose job it is to keep you feeling safe and comfortable. Besides, you’ll be covered with a sheet! Read the rest of this entry
Just because you watch Jersey Shore or—worse—were a member of the David Hasselhoff International Fan Club doesn’t mean you really know what it’s like to be a lifeguard. To find out, we went to the source: a veteran whistle-blower at a New Jersey beach. Enjoy your swimming!
Lifeguard season is about four months long, from mid-May to September. First-year guards make about $10 an hour—not much—and we pay a lot of money to live in a house down on the shore. But it’s the summertime—you gotta enjoy it. Read the rest of this entry
“If you can capture a woman’s imagination, then you will have her. But imagination is a strange creature. It needs time and distance to function properly.”
A giant landslide under a residential street which claimed a car and left another car hanging over the edge is seen in Schmalkalden, central Germany, Monday, Nov. 1, 2010. Read the rest of this entry