Cohabiting

How to Survive Cohabiting

Jessica Fostekew | Posted 15.12.2014 | UK Comedy
Jessica Fostekew

There's millions of great reasons for cohabiting, but they never make it any less irritating. Living with yourself is hard enough. Enduring the nested behaviour of others is unbearable. Until now. Here's a few survival tips.

A Future, or a 'For Now'?

Sarah Kwong | Posted 06.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Sarah Kwong

Cohabiting is hard. For most of those who do it, it's not as simple as just living together and carrying on as normal. Compromises and sacrifices must be made. You've got to deal with the fact that this person, who used to give you your space, is now all up in your space.

Forget The 10 Things You Should Know Before Cohabiting, And Trust Your partner Instead

Natalie Farren | Posted 02.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Natalie Farren

"Living together is no guarantee of commitment. A study by Pollard and Harris found that 41% of cohabiting men were not 'completely committed' to their live-in girlfriends." Forty one percent?! What the study fails to mention, is that these arses would probably be no more committed to you if you married them and handcuffed them to the sofa.

Don't Judge My Family, Mr Cameron

Jenny A Allen | Posted 14.12.2013 | UK Politics
Jenny A Allen

What I don't think I will be getting married for is a £3.85 a week tax break. And neither will many others, it seems. Even the Prime Minister admits that the marriage tax break isn't going to encourage anyone to get - or stay - married.

Am I the Only One Dreading Football Season?

Gina Lyons | Posted 11.11.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Gina Lyons

Last night, my boyfriend and I got into a bit of a spat over football. We had been away for the weekend to our very dear mates wedding and were exhausted from all the 'over socialising' (if that's even possible). I came home last night to a "very important football match".

RealGirl Romance - Why Wellies Say So Much

Charlie O'Brien | Posted 19.08.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Charlie O'Brien

I've always been a bit of a hopeless romantic. At the grand old age of 31, many frogs and a few battle scars later - I can proudly say that my Prince has come, and he was definitely worth the wait. What has changed though as a result of my sometimes turbulent journey looking for love, is my perception of romance.

The Eternal Optimist

Lana Citron | Posted 15.02.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Lana Citron

Previous marvelling at the human female form has now turned to gasps of bewilderment. I was seeing bits of my body I had never seen before and losing sight of other bits; my nipples were darkening, the bump beginning to feel heavy and the belly button on the turn - inside out.