The Ivy, Travis cautions, is not the place to find a boyfriend.
“If you’re partying with someone, that’s not going to lead to something,” she says.
It wasn't long before real life started to mimic set life.
After a year of dating, Ripa and Consuelos eloped to Vegas on May 1, 1996.
in 2010, "When you marry somebody, you really are life partners. So we feel things very deeply for each other." With Consuelos' support, Ripa agreed to join Regis Philbin on in 2001, despite her worries. Ripa expressed her deep gratitude to Consuelos, sharing that he is a wonderful husband and father. I just sort of tell him that every day or at least I try to tell him that every day." This type of appreciation can lead to a meaningful bond for couples.
Hershenson offers a gratitude practice for couples, "Each partner should find three things they are grateful for each day about his or her partner and share it with them.
It doesn't have to lead to anything, although usually it does." A weekly date night can help a couple stay connected and keep the intimacy going.
Hershenson backs up Ripa's suggestion stating, "Set aside one night a week for 'date night in.' Set the table, put out candles and have a delicious meal together." She also stresses the importance of devoting full attention to each other, suggesting, "Turn off electronics and focus on conversation." Date nights are a great time to reconnect, especially if partners have children or demanding careers.
I think having a crush on someone is important." Hershenson suggests incorporating dating rituals into a marriage.“And if you’re late-night with a guy, he’s not someone you’d want to date.” For more of Travis’s wisdom, along with random Buckhead dispatches, follow @kellytravisty on Twitter. She is most known for her roles in the television shows Friday Night Lights (2006–2009), Parenthood (2010–2011), Charlie's Angels (2011), and Almost Human (2013).Finding a man with smarts, ambition, and the goal of settling down in Buckhead, Travis says, requires strategy. So maybe they’re a bit more grown up—you can consider sharing your real digits. ) and men who look like they’re trying to relive their fraternity days.Guys buy rounds of shots, girls dance on tables, and the vibe is all about hooking up.Travis quietly warns her posse, “He’s not the kind of guy you’d want to date.” She ought to know. “But there are some creepy marrieds there, so be careful.” 2. Bars like Establishment (3167 Peachtree Road) draw young businessmen who are career-minded and successful, Travis says. If you do become a regular at late-night clubs like the Ivy Buckhead (3717 Roswell Road), watch out.