Wendy’s Best Posts Of 2010

While there are still a few days left in 2010, we’re going to feature some of our best and favorite posts from the last year. Each of your regular Frisky bloggers has picked out her 10 favorite posts from 2010 — some you may remember well, others might have slipped past your radar. Either way, we hope you’ll relive the best of The Frisky in 2010. Here’s Wendy!

Girl Talk: I Lived In A Haunted House And Survived To Tell About It

“Someone noticed a hand print on my rug — my freshly vacuumed rug. The size of the hand print was too small to be anyone’s in the apartment. It was the size of a small child’s…”

20 Things Couples Should Do Before They Move In Together

“Moving in with a significant other is a major step in any relationship and one that should never be rushed into. Before you throw caution to the wind, make sure you and your relationship are ready for such a leap. After the jump, 20 things every couple should do before they move in together.”

30 Things Every Woman Should Quit Doing By 30

“Here on The Frisky we’ve talked a lot about things every woman should do — or, at least know how to do — by the time she turns 30, but until now we haven’t focused too much on the no-nos for women after 30. Here are 30 things every women should stop doing once she turns 30.”

Girl Talk: Love Lessons That Last A Lifetime

“I let him take the blame. And now, looking back, I think even if I had protested, even if I’d insisted to everyone around that I was to blame, he still would have fought me. He just loved me that much.”

25 Things Women (Maybe) Don’t Know About Men

We know you hate parts of your body and we know which parts they are. But don’t worry—if we are with you, they are parts about you that we love … partially because we are the only ones who get to know about them.” — Joel, 27

8 Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Move For Love

“You’re in a long-distance relationship and things are going well, or perhaps you’re in a relationship with a partner who’s about to move to another city, and you’re considering a move to be with them. It’s a big, tough decision and one I’m well familiar with. Not only is it the topic I probably receive the most letters about for my “Dear Wendy” column, I was also faced with the same decision myself a few years ago.”

Girl Talk: We Survived Our First Move Together (Just Barely)

“Over the next few weeks, I almost bit my tongue in half as I kept myself from criticizing Drew’s organizing and packing skills (or lack thereof) … it was all we could do to keep from screaming at each other constantly.”

21 Things I Wish I’d Known When I Was 21

  1. Champagne, vodka, gin and beer don’t mix well.
  2. If he’s not ever calling before 11 p.m., he’s not interested in a real relationship.
  3. “Comfort” and “security” aren’t big enough reasons to stay with someone.
32 Real-Life Relationship Dealbreakers

“It happens to the best of us. No matter how optimistic we are about a date or a relationship there often comes that undeniable moment when it suddenly becomes crystal clear it simply isn’t going to work out. The good news is: that which doesn’t kill you is often pretty entertaining for everyone else. Keep reading for 32 hilarious, real-life dealbreaker moments when even the best efforts can’t salvage things.”

20 Things To Stop Feeling Guilty About

“We women are so hard on ourselves, aren’t we? From stressing over whether we inadvertently said something that might have offended someone at the dinner party we went to last weekend, to worrying about gaining a few pounds over vacation, we find way too many things to feel guilty about. So how about a permission slip to let go of some of that guilt, huh?”

BONUS! 8 Tips For Moving In Together

“Whether you’re getting hitched or embracing the modern tradition of premarital cohabitation, moving in with your significant other is a big deal. From fighting for the covers every night to waking up with the person you love each morning, this new chapter in your life may be rife with happy moments and potential conflicts. While there’s no foolproof plan for avoiding relationship complications after you move in together, following these tips will help make the transition that much easier.”