Let's be honest, there are thousands of dating apps on the mobile app market today and a lot of them are garbage. If you scroll through them all you'll see the popular go-to's like Tinder, Bumble, OkCupid, Match, and eHarmony along with the less classy hook-up apps that you know were meant for one night stands and baby daddy traps.
Planning your wedding is no easy task. While it is hands down one of the most exciting times of your life, it can very quickly become one of the priciest. So often do brides-to-be set out to keep their wedding within a budget and later find that their budget barely covers half of their grand planned event. Luckily, once again, for the world that we now live in, help is just a download away. Move over wedding planners and bulky wedding binders because your smartphone has everything you need when it comes to planning your big day. Need to get invitations? No longer must you spend hours online or at your local stationery store because now all you need is an app to create, print, and mail your perfect invite. Curious as to what other real brides spend on flowers, food, and music and create your own budget to match? These wedding sites can do all that and more.
In July of 2016, I went from brunette to having blue, green, and purple “mermaid hair.” I’d wanted to dye it for a while, but had never followed through on it before. Before I did it, many of the adults around me (that weren’t my friends) kept telling me how much I’d regret it and how drastically it would negatively impact my life. I was told that I’d never get respect, that it’d ruin my hair, that I’d miss my old color too much, that it’s only something delinquent teenagers do, and even that having dyed hair would make me want to “fit in to that crowd,” somehow causing me to do things like drugs and other illegal activities. They were all certain that simply changing my hair color would somehow change who I was.