"Marriage" Blogs & Blog Posts

In the Mommy TrenchesIn the Mommy Trenches

The ups and downs of a mostly stay at home mom trying to balance life, love...

 
A Picturesque LifeA Picturesque Life

The opinions of a Democrat for Life, Feminist for Life, spiritual woman liv...

 
The Thrill Is Gone!The Thrill Is Gone!

True and funny stories about my life as a dysfunctional mom and wife! We ne...

 
Larger Family LifeLarger Family Life

A mother of many blogs about living life the larger family way

 
Write From KarenWrite From Karen

Write From Karen contains snippets of her life, her (sometimes strong) opin...

 
just another dayjust another day

Describes just another day in my life as a teacher, a wife, a daughter and ...

 
A Timeless CelebrationA Timeless Celebration

Wedding tips, trends, inspriations and much more!

 


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A decade ago, I became ordained in the Church of Latter-Day Dudes so I could officiate a wedding in Texas; it is, apparently, legal for the Dude to abide over the institution of marriage in that state. But that was a different time, before an apathet...

New York is adjusting to the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic even for some of its most time-honored traditions. Governor Andrew Cuomo has implemented an Executive Order that not only lets state residents get their marriage licenses remotely, but a...

During my tenure as a Jezebel writer, I have, perhaps unfairly, been labeled as anti-wedding simply because I am anti-wedding crashing, come down hard on the necessity of an open bar over rented Instagramable cornhole, and am outspokenly pro-dog wedd...

In our Love App-tually series, Mashable shines a light into the foggy world of online dating. It is cuffing season after all. It's almost become unusual for people to not meet their partner online. That wasn't always the case.  Twenty-nine perc...

Just as heart-shaped candies and pastel greeting cards filled drug store shelves, in time for Valentine’s Day of 2010, a new book came out: Marry Him: The Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough by the journalist Lori Gottlieb. The timing of the rel...

First came The Bachelor franchise in 2002, a competition-based, reality series that propagated the idea that (heterosexual) couples could meet on a television show, foster a relationship, and get engaged in a matter of months. A decade later, Married...

Getting married is like voluntarily committing oneself to ride a tandem bike forever with no real destination. When one person gets tired, the other has to pedal harder or the entire operation collapses, and most divorce proceedings are just both par...