Yes, I watch Married at First Sight. Yes, I’m very late with this review. I know season eight has begun.
I’m late because I watch the show with Aunt Barb, who got me into it, and we haven’t had time to finish. But I have caught up on what was the weirdest season so far.
Now because the Internet is clamoring for someone who has never been married to review a show on marriage, here is my review.
I recapped my year in review. This post is looking ahead for me in 2019. I will preview the following topics:
- My job
- Exercise and health
- Continued Learning
- This website
- The house
I’m a little late with this, but it’s time to recap my 2018. On the whole, 2018 was a great year for me. I left 2018 feeling as good about the future as I can remember.
This year in review will have two main sections:
- Things that Didn’t go as Planned
This personal update covers: online dating; home improvements; Ufi’s health; and Thanksgiving.
This update has the following updates:
- My battle with insomnia
- Online Dating
- A Few Items
- The end of summer
This personal update has the following updates:
- An update on my battle with insomnia
- Thoughts about why I have trouble sleeping
- What’s new with the animals
- An online dating update
- A few other items
Yesterday, I wrote about my online dating experiences. Below is the online dating profile I currently have. I put a lot of thought into this. I thinking it does a good job summing me up and describing what I’m seeking.
In a two recent personal updates, I mentioned online dating. Here is a summary of my experience. Before getting into the details, though, I want to make two things clear: while my experiences with online dating have sometimes been hurtful and sucky–I know they have taught me valuable lessons;I recently began online dating again, because I know I’m going to find the woman I’m seeking. I don’t know if I’ll find her online. I’m certain I’ll find her though. Yeah, there’s one more thing I should make clear: online dating has also shown me areas of personal weakness that needed work. In the interest of transparency, I will address those too. I never claimed perfection. I promised a willingness to keep growing–even if growing means accepting difficult truths and working to fix them. I can’t ask you to confront your stereotypes if I won’t confront mine.
The big personal news is that I’m on vacation this week. While I, for the most part, enjoy my job, I’m really glad to have this vacation. Since I like summer so much, I would have preferred warmer weather than I’m going to have. Still, I’m making the most of and enjoying the time off.
Life plans don’t work because they often don’t reflect reality and they are regularly based on external factors. Feelings–not life plans should guide our actions. I am going to illustrate this from the perspective of romantic relationships.