June, July and August – not only some of the most fun months of the year, but also that time of year when everyone and their mother has decided to have their wedding. Wedding season has officially begun, and Plenty of Fish is taking a deep dive into what singles really have to say about weddings and finding the perfect plus one to accompany them.
It’s officially wedding season which means Bachelor/Bachelorette parties are happening every other weekend, and you’re wondering how you’re ever going to budget and plan all these parties. Dry your eyes, because today I have the secret formula to hosting the perfect party celebrating your soon-to-be-wed bestie!
New dating terms seems to pop up on the daily, and it can be quite confusing to keep up with the latest rising trends. How many times have you politely nodded your head pretending to understand your friend when they’ve said something like this:
As much as we’d like them to be, our relationships are never perfect. We all thrive in the honeymoon phase, experiencing that head-over-heels puppy dog love we see in movies, but it eventually comes to an end and we get into the real stuff. If you’ve been with your partner for a year or more, you’ve probably surpassed your honeymoon time and have settled into your routine as a couple. Routines are great, but sometimes your routine becomes too, well… routine, and you’re left feeling bored or wondering why you don’t feel the spark you once felt in your relationship. This, my friends, is the age-old relationship slump, and it happens to the best of us.
We have all probably gone out on a first date that turned out to be the first and the last, despite our expectations. It’s a lousy situation and can leave you feeling disappointed, especially if the other person decided to ghost you.
Jordyn Woods made headlines this year when news broke that she and her best friend’s (Kylie Jenner) sister’s (Kloe Kardashian) partner, Tristan Thompson had “hooked up” (Yes, it’s confusing, I know). Miss Woods took the heat for this and has since lost her closest gal pal over it. Some would say, Jordyn broke “The Rules” when it comes to dating and friendships. But how written in stone are these rules and does anyone truly follow them?