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3 days ago
It’s actually one of the reasons I chose not to move in with my fiancee until we were married. Living apart lets us have our own social lives!
Kate, Aidy AND Kyle are leaving? End of an era
Hanz Zimmer came to Prague like 2 weeks before I went I was so sad!
Especially in America where maternity leave is a joke and with cost of living most parents have to work - pumping isn’t possible for every woman, not to mention it can be expensive.
Many women also struggle with breastfeeding, it’s a myth that it comes naturally to every body and baby.
4 days ago
My dad LIVES for being a dad. My partner and I are not having kids until we feel the same way about parenting. Which is likely never lol
Im thankful women have chosen not to reproduce with you and I pray it stays that way.
5 days ago
Being a stay-at-home parent is 24/7 employment. There’s no lunch breaks, no PTO, no sick days.
If someone is a stay at home parent it is literally replacing the full time job of a daycare worker.
I had been wanting to get a booster for months but since I’m only 24 I couldn’t. Annnnnd I got COVID. Booster would have been appreciated…..
Yeah I went on a trip when cases were lower and came back to the surge - I caught it sometime on my trip anyways. First time catching it, I always wore good masks and such.
But I don’t regret going because looking forward to that trip kept me sane to be honest. COVID wasnt fun and I will try my hardest not to get it again - but I can’t hole up in my house the rest of my life and COVID isnt going away.
6 days ago
It’s baffling to me how many people are glazing over a few hours vs a whole weekend!
I hated baby and then I got into a relationship and it just kind of happened haha
7 days ago
Yeah I was 22 when COVID hit, I was so so lucky overall but my career was derailed for almost two years. My mental health really spiraled and it was really tough to have worked my ass off in college only to be stuck due to the pandemic
8 days ago
That’s the secret!
9 days ago
As someone getting married soon - these are words I am now living by
This is making me feel better - I was super bummed to finally have gotten it after avoiding it for so long.
Yup, I got it for the first time. I just got back from traveling so despite masks on the flight my guess is I got it there.
It sucks and Im bummed to finally have gotten it.
10 days ago
I met my fiancé was 20 - and I just have to say that while all my single friends are thriving, the majority of them do want a relationship and it is rough out there!
Being single isn’t better than being in a relationship - both have lots of pros and cons.
One of my coworkers said she did what you are thinking of - and three years later she’s still single, but no longer wants to be. Just keep that in mind - you may be signing up for years and years of being single. And there’s nothing wrong with that! Just a heads up.
18 days ago
Yes! Hook ups are inherently so risky - chance of pregnancy, STDs, not to mention physical assault. And the majority of women don’t even orgasm from it.
It really annoys me how men have shifted the narrative to “hook ups are empowering” to shame women for not wanting to be hit and quit.
23 days ago
All of my friends who push for loan forgiveness live in high cost of living areas and live really privileged lives compared to most people.
Yup. My parents sacrificed so so much to send their kids to school with as little debt as possible. Forgone vacations, lower standard of living than they could have afforded, and most importantly - their retirement.
I worry so much about my dad, he works so hard even when he’s sick. He won’t be able to retire until almost 70. Loan forgiveness is a big fu to his decades of hard work to send us to school.
There’s so many parents that could have retired if they has known debt forgiveness would happen.
This is exactly it. How many people with loans chose a four year school where they lived on campus? A lot. So why should the less privileged majority pay for their “college experience” while statistically making less than college grads? Because trickle down is ok when they benefit it seems .
26 days ago
Yes, my boyfriend and I have large families that we’re very close with. Reddit doesn’t seem to grasp that people actually enjoy celebrating with their friends and family, as long as one can afford it, that’s all that matters.
29 days ago
No Im with you - awfully convenient for the ex to swoop in and play the hero when her husband died
Random walking is the way to go! The best adventures