The Singular Art of Letter Writing

March 16th, 2018By Marnie Macauley

Putting an actual pen to paper and communicating your feelings with complete words, sentences, even paragraphs – imagine the possibilities.

Table Matters

February 27th, 2018By Marnie Macauley

Enjoying food with friends is one of the great joys of life, but can also be one of the most baffling with the ever-changing rules of social etiquette.

Fears that Comes with Being Single

January 21st, 2018By Marnie Macauley

Everyone feels fear from time to time, but there are some fears that come from growing up in a culture that says that being single is bad and it’s scary to be alone.

New Year’s Resolutions that Work

December 26th, 2017By Marnie Macauley

Advice guru Marnie Macauley has tips for coming up with your New Year’s resolutions that are guaranteed to keep your 2018 goals simple and on track.

When the Child Becomes the Parent

October 27th, 2017By Marnie Macauley

There’s a difference between being there for an older mom or dad, and nominating yourself to be their babysitter.

Gambling: When the Fun Stops but You Can’t

July 30th, 2017By Marnie Macauley

It starts out as fun, then becomes fun with problems, and then just problems — don’t wait until then to get help.

Embracing Imperfection

May 15th, 2017By Marnie Macauley

Instead of trying so hard to be perfect, how about learning to be satisfied by being “good enough”?

Cutting Loose from Your Parents

April 4th, 2017By Marnie Macauley

Being a grown-up means having an adult-to-adult relationship with your parents. And that means standing up for yourself and declaring your independence.