You know when Big stands Carrie up at the
altar and it's just the worst, so the girls take her to Mexico (and Charlotte
sh*ts her pants)? While spending time with your significant other, children if
applicable, colleagues and acquaintances is wonderful and important, every woman
needs a good "girls weekend" every so often, at any age. It doesn't have to be
anything fancy or elaborate, but a simple few days away from the norm with some
women you trust is a special kind of cleanse, especially when you're going
through a tough time. Why?
1. Total vulnerability. You
don't have to wear makeup, or shower, or shave your legs if you don't want to.
Feeling super insecure about those five pounds you can't lose? No one cares, let
it all hang out. Want to sit in the middle of the living room, holding a bottle
of wine and cry your head off? This is the time to do it.
judgment. Ready for a second bottle of wine? So is everyone else in the
room. Fart in your sleep? Giggles ensue. Feel like spending the morning naked?
Go for it. No one cares, it's amazing. I will never forget a morning of a girls
weekend where I was sitting in the middle of the kitchen, drinking a mimosa,
naked, while blow-drying my hair. Everyone laughed, and now it's a hilarious
tradition and fond memory.
3. Complete relaxation. I've
spent entire mornings during a girls weekend, sitting in a robe on the couch
reading a gossip magazine next to five other women who haven't said a word to
each other. Bliss. Usually there is some sort of spa treatment during a girls
weekend, some comfort food, a nice hike or a bike ride through a vineyard.
4. Pure honesty. Whether you're the
one opening up or the one suggesting a potential solution, you don't have to
bullsh*t any of it. Hate your job because your boss is miserably awful to you?
Haven't had sex with your boyfriend in a month? Decided to get Botox? Let it all
out, girl, because everyone there gets it.
5. Boy talk.
If you're 12, 25, 40 or 75, boy talk never gets old. Single? Share your
crushes. Have amazing sex? We know you want to talk about every single detail,
and your girls want to hear them. All of them. Is he driving you crazy? Ugh,
let's bitch about it until you feel better.
Can't get away for a
weekend? Have a sleepover in the wonderful city of Columbia, Lexington or on Lake Murray. Can't go far? There is likely
a different city with a hotel or a cute B&B close to you that may even have
a great deal. So ladies, call your girlfriends and plan your next girls
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