In honor of opening night of The Bachelorette (no shame in our game) we’re breaking down all the premiere feels in gif fashion. Because if a picture is worth a thousand words, then a gif has got to be worth a million. Continue reading
We hear a lot about what depression is and what it means. About the fatigue, and the sleeping, or the lack there of. About the weight gain and the weight loss. About the lack of interest and irritability.
We also often hear about the fear and isolation of anxiety. About its physical manifestations and its all-consuming nature. We hear about the symptoms and impact of mental health disorders daily, through magazine articles and TV ads, through talk show segments and sit-down interviews. We know that depression and anxiety often accompany one another. Continue reading
By Amy Johnson
Target is a super-center, the one stop shop for all we think we need for life, and mostly what we never needed. From the Starbucks at the walk-in to the impulse buys at check-out, it’s always an…experience. Here is a list of what always seems to be the ‘real’ shopping list whenever one goes to Target. Continue reading
While we’re all about scrolling through new movie releases most Saturday nights, or heading to the theater – if for no other reason than the buttery popcorn – we still have a sentimental draw to our childhood favorites. We’re talking the ones we watched so many times that it would have made more sense to buy the VHS than to hit up the same Blockbuster aisle again. Continue reading
By De Elizabeth
Summer is (finally) on its way. But along with sunshine, opportunities for tanning, driving with the windows down, eating dinner outside, and cute rompers comes the actual heat. And when there’s heat, there’s sweat. And frizz.
Luckily, in this bright day and age of 2016, there are many products on the shelves guaranteed to help keep your hair shiny and frizz-free, despite the rising temps. Here’s some of our favs.
Thirty On Tap contributor Alicia Cook is no stranger to the limelight. As a poet, Huffington Post writer, and published author, Alicia is used to her words being the center of attention. But soon, Alicia herself will be highlighted on the Emmy nominated show Driving Jersey/Here’s The Story.
By Fadila Henry
Budgeting, while not everyone’s favorite word, is crucial in helping us manage our finances efficiently, so we’re able to get a lot more out of our money without selling ourselves short in the long run. Unlike make-up and handbags, we need food to live, so even when we’re suspicious of the large amounts we spend on groceries, we tend to overlook it because it’s food, it’s for our survival! Luckily, this is an area where a few small changes can make a difference to our cash flow and can instill some healthy shopping habits in our lives. So here’s a few tips to get you started. Continue reading
Traditional rules of seasonal fashion will tell you that black is a winter color, and summertime calls for white. But as most fashionistas know – rules are meant to be broken. In fact, summertime is a great time to wear the darkest hue imaginable – yes, even from head to toe. For those of who you won’t ever stop wearing black until they make a darker color, here are 7 ways to rock the “all black everything” look, despite the rising temps. Continue reading