Zergnet: Simply Irresistible
I’ve recently moved to a new town to start graduate school and met a cool guy in my major who I’ve been seeing for a few weeks now. He’s very sweet and there is a strong desire there to keep things moving. However, when talking to another friend, she told me that my guy is known as a serial cheater. I vowed to her that I wouldn’t get too serious about him. I’ve been cheated on once in the past and it ruined me for quite a while. I really don’t know what to do in this situation. If I could keep myself from getting attached to him, I would, but things seem to be going really well between us. So when the time comes when we do get more serious, do I bring up what I know about his past? Do I listen to my friend and not keep him as a serious boyfriend? Or should I run for the hills right now before I get too close to him? I know that I might be jumping the gun with this question since we haven’t been seeing each other for very long, but I’d rather have a plan of action now so I can keep my heart safe later. — CheatSkate
We know that Rooney Mara is a celeb to watch since she landed the coveted part of Lisbeth Salander in David Fincher’s “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.” How much of a stretch is it going to be for her to nail the role of Lisbeth? Let’s see how real-life Rooney stacks up to the enigmatic, fictional Lisbeth Salander.
This November, I’m moving in with my boyfriend, and it will be my third time living with a significant other. Needless to say, the first two times didn’t work out. At 22, my first love moved into my already furnished apartment; we split soon after. Later, at 25, my ex and I signed a lease for a one-bedroom in upper Manhattan. We had basically no furniture, so we embarked on an adventure to the Ikea in Paramus, New Jersey. That was the beginning of our demise. Keep reading »
We are all about experimenting with socks and heels, and are especially into the knee-high and thigh-high thing this season. The problem with this trend? You have a very small time to rock it before it becomes full-on tights weather, and anything bare-legged just feels and/or looks ridiculous. One solution? Cozy up with Plush’s fleece-lined knee-high socks, which will keep you extra warm and extend the window of time to enjoy your new look!