Theresa Christine

Bio

Theresa Christine is a travel blogger and writer in California. She's a Pace University graduate and is passionate about bringing adventure into people’s lives. She loves cheese, champagne, and her cat. Read more at www.tremendoustimes.com.

Starting Over: 5 Truths No One Tells You About Moving Somewhere New

By Theresa Christine
Moving is a fun, exciting and sometimes pain in the ass adventure. My first big move was from South Carolina to New York City, and eventually, I decided California was calling my name. I hated the goodbyes, the packing and paying for the U-Haul, but…

#Blessed: Why It's Not Gratitude If You Need To Advertise It On Social Media

By Theresa Christine
What are you truly thankful for? Each morning before my roommates and I go off to work, we sit at the dining table and chat. A few weeks ago, we noticed that we were being particularly negative, and these little morning meetings had transformed into…

You Don't Pick The Person You Love, You Pick The Time You Love Them

By Theresa Christine
Destiny does not exist -- neither does love at first sight. There isn’t “the one” person out there for anyone. These are all reinforcements we tell ourselves to explain the mundane and simple truth: The timing of successful relationships is what…

Fearless Females: 4 Tips For Taking Charge And Making The First Move

By Theresa Christine
I have a history of making the first move. My bold, first-moves lifestyle started in high school, when I finally got fed up with waiting around for the dudes I liked to get the hint. Freshman year I decided to call up Carl, a senior who was in my…

6 Ways To Recover From The End Of A Toxic Relationship

By Theresa Christine
Heartache requires recovery time. Unfortunately, the truly unhealthy relationships we engage in are sometimes the hardest ones to shake. Whether the person was emotionally abusive, never sober around you or if constantly made empty promises, it can…

Distance Makes The Heart Grow Fonder: 9 Benefits Of Long-Distance Relationships

By Theresa Christine
Being in a healthy long-distance relationship has provided me with a deeper understanding of love and dating. I've read a few posts on long-distance love — some on how to keep romance alive and make it work and others about why it won't work and…