Sep 25, 2019

Opt For Sweater Dresses to Look Cute This Fall

Fall season is already here. Girls, have you checked your fall wardrobe? Once colder months come, one fashion statement that always hit is the sweater dress. Many fashionable women love these knitted or crocheted dresses for its required warmth, attractiveness and versatility. Created in various designs and types, you can wear and style versatile sweater dresses for different occasions from hanging out, dating, attending parties to going to work this fall.
3/4 Sleeve Knit Mesh Patchwork Two-Piece Dress
Party sweater dress from
Sweater dress can beautify every figure, whether you are petite, thin or plus sized. The key to look good in knitted dress is balancing the figure. If you are thin, you can choose fitted type like half-collar slim sweater dresses featured below. Such fitted sweater dress also suits those who are petite. While women with larger figure can rely on loose sweater dresses in more light weight knits which not less chic.  
Half-Collar Slim Beaded Knit Sweater Dress
Casual slim sweater dress from dresssure
To create lengthened look, sweater dresses with necklines such as turtleneck, v-neck and cowl neck should be your choices. In other words, dresses that highlighted on the neckline or upper body will make your figure look longer. 
High Waist Pocket Single Breasted Sweater Dress
Sweater dress for work from dresssure
What is more, you can create different looks with layering the sweater dress. For work, putting on formal blazer over high waist pocket sweater dresses  would be great.  Pair your mini sweater dresses with pipe pants or skinny jeans and you are ready to hang out with friends. Loose mini sweater dresses above slip dresses will make you adorable. Well, have you got other ideas? 
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Sep 21, 2019

5 Things to Know While Dating Someone in Recovery

Dating can be confusing. First dates can be awkward, relating to another person can be difficult, and building trust is a challenge. However, dating can be even tougher if you are dating someone in recovery. If you aren’t in recovery yourself, you may have some questions and concerns. Here are 5 things to know while dating someone in recovery.
1. Figure out what their recovery looks like.

If this seems like a trivial detail, think again. Recovery is a life long process, and a person who is actively treating their disease will often put their recovery before their relationship. After all, without a program of recovery, the person may not be able to form and keep intimate relationships.

Most people in their first year of recovery are advised to stay out of relationships during their first year of recovery. When people first get sober, they are vulnerable, and it is important for them to focus on their recovery. If a relationship gets in the way of that, they may push their recovery to the side and become susceptible to relapse.

You will want to make sure that the person you are dating is actively going to meetings, surrounding themselves with a sober support group, and uses healthy coping mechanisms to keep their recovery strong. You want to ensure that their foundation in recovery is strong. If the person you are dating is newly sober or isn’t involved in a recovery community, you may want to think twice about getting involved with them. After all, if they relapse, it can take a serious toll on your relationship.

2. Educate yourself about addiction and recovery.

Whether you do some online research or attend an Al-Anon meeting, its important to learn about addiction and recovery. This knowledge will help you better understand the person you are dating.

Addiction is a disease, meaning that remission, or relapse, is a possibility. However, a person that is vigilant about treating their disease is more likely to stay sober. You can learn about the signs of relapse, what makes people susceptible to addiction, and what kinds of activities support a sober lifestyle.

You can also learn about your partner or dating prospect’s past in addiction. Let them tell you their story. Listen and learn about what they have been through. Not only will it allow you to know them better, but it will build trust and understanding between the two of you. This can help set a healthy foundation for your relationship.

3. Learn about their triggers.

Triggers are anything that reminds a person of previous trauma or past situations. They may provoke an intense physical or emotional reaction, such as anxiety. When someone gets sober, they begin to feel many of the emotions that they have numbed for a long time. Some of these emotions will be unpleasant, and certain events, places, or things can set off an emotional trigger.

Being aware of another person’s emotional triggers can help you avoid exposing that person to things that will trigger them. Whether it means avoiding a certain bar or parties, being aware of your partner’s emotional triggers can help you take their feelings and needs into consideration.

Most triggers are not permanent. Over time, as a person in recovery heals and learns how to cope, they will break the mental association between their situations and their feelings.

4. Find out how you can support them.

While you can’t fix anybody, especially an addict, you can support them. If you and the other person both work long hours and he or she needs to go to a meeting when you want to spend time with that person, it's important to be understanding. Let the person know that you support their recovery and what is best for them.

Sometimes, supporting his or her recovery can mean canceled plans, cutting dates short, and a little self-sacrifice. If that is something that you find yourself unable to handle, dating an addict in recovery might not be the best choice for you.

5. Set healthy boundaries.

Addiction doesn’t happen overnight and neither does recovery. It takes people in recovery time to heal and adjust their behaviors. Unfortunately, this means he or she might make mistakes and act out on old behaviors from time to time. Therefore, when dating someone in recovery you will want to make sure to set healthy boundaries.

Make it known what behaviors are acceptable and which ones are unacceptable. If his or her behaviors are unacceptable, being in recovery should not serve as a scapegoat. Instead, a person in recovery should treat you with the same respect that you would expect from anyone else.

Dating Someone in Recovery: Are You Ready?

Evidently, there are many things to keep in mind when it comes to dating someone in recovery. It may seem overwhelming at first, but most of these things are simple aspects to having a healthy relationship. All relationships will have ups and downs, but as long as you are prepared and committed, you can get through whatever the relationship throws your way.

Hailey is a recovered alcoholic who advocates breaking the stigmas that surround mental health and addiction. Her passions include writing, hiking, and volunteering at a women’s shelter.

Sep 16, 2019

The Heart of Marco Island: What You Need to Explore


It is incredible to realize that the island of Marco used to be sparsely populated and undeveloped. How did it turn out that this swampy mosquito-covered island turned into a pearl of Florida?
The Origin

Marco Island was home to the Calus Indians, descendants of the Mayans. The tribe lived, fished, and hunted in this region of Southwest Florida for hundreds of years.

In the 1500s the island was visited by Spanish explorers. Pioneer Juan Ponce de Leon called it St. Mark's Island. War broke out between Native Americans and Spaniards. Legend has it that Ponce de Leon died from the poisoned arrow of an Indian when he tried to capture a tribe. And although they did not succeed in defeating the Indians, the diseases they brought in succeeded.

Marco Island has gained a surge of fame in the late 1800s, when during the excavation, Captain William Collier found ancient arrows and household items. Archaeologist Frank Cushing organized a large-scale excavation in this place.

Later, a huge amount of land was bought by Barron Collier (not a relative of William), a wealthy northerner who dreams of turning the island into a tourist paradise. Due to the Great Depression, Barron Collier did not carry out the venture.

The Later years

In 1962, three of Mackell’s brothers realized the huge potential of the island. Successfully developing other projects in the sunny state, the brothers formed Deltona Corporation and decided to create a resort island where people could live, work and relax 365 days a year.

Unprecedented advertising campaigns prepared Marco Island for its “grand opening" in January 1965. 25 thousand people visited the island on the opening day, and houses began to sell like hot cakes.

People continued to flock to the island throughout the 70s. The quaint beach town continued to evolve into an exquisite island community that now attracts people from all over the world with its beautiful weather and beaches. Marco's charm has stood the test of time.

The Traveling Sites

Let's take advantage of the early afternoon, when our puppy falls asleep in the car, to move to Orlando. Before dinner, stop by Walmart Super Center, a chain of super supermarkets supplied, for our inevitable expense: polystyrene fridge, mega crate of water bottles that will be enough for 2 weeks, fruit, snacks and mosquito spray. You can also got the boat rental in Marco Island as there are wonderful options for traveling through the waterside now.

Here everyone speaks to you in Spanish, a multitude of cultures and immigrants from the various countries of South America live together, you experience a perennially relaxed and carefree atmosphere, in perfect Cuban style, fun is the basis of attractions and you can feel radiance.


This place is dictated not only by the mild and sunny climate. It is no coincidence that Florida is Eden for two types of people: pensioners, who retire here to spend the winter or to spend a second life of relaxation, and young people who find the perfect place here to give themselves to the mad joy and the most unbridled revelry during spring break. In shortit’s all sea, sun, cocktails, beaches and fun.

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