Category Archives: commitment

The Secret to Sticking to Your Resolutions

Every year, I make a lot of New Year’s resolutions.  Big ones, like volunteer more, get worked up less, slow down. And every year they dissipate like dandelion seeds, scattering in the wind. Gretchen Rubin, author of the Happiness Project, … Continue reading

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Why We Suck at Self-Control

We say we’ll save. Instead we buy some kickin’ cowboy boots. We say we’ll diet. We buy a box of munchkins. We say we’ll put out tonight. We knit some socks for Uncle Jimmy. Bottom line: We suck at self-control. … Continue reading

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Marriage – Why Bother?

What’s the point of getting married? There is no point. Women can support themselves, men can do their own laundry, kids are raised by single parents, nannies and grandparents all the time and sex, well, that was never marriage’s strong … Continue reading

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How to Choose a Husband

Almost twice as many women as men wish they had married someone else, which just proves that men do more research than women before they get married–a quality often confused with commitment-phobia. Continue reading

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