Monday, January 18, 2021

The Little Things Official Trailer (2021)

Two police officers hunt a serial killer.

Watch the trailer for The Little Things, bringing Denzel Washington back to screen alongside fellow Academy Award® winners Rami Malek and Jared Leto. 

Coming to theaters and streaming exclusively on HBO Max on January 29, 2021.


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Monday, January 11, 2021

Don’t Allow Family Members to Rain on Your Relationship by Miss Know It All

Miss Know It All  

It is usually a given that some family members will try to interfere with your relationship by providing unwanted advice about the person you have selected to be your significant other. While some members mean well, others can create havoc by spreading rumors or lies about your partner. A few will go so far as to say they saw your man or woman engaging in some sexual activities, which may be far from the truth due to resentment. 

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I enjoy watching the reality TV court show: Couples Court with the Cutlers, who are married attorneys, where couples come to court to find out if their lover or spouse is cheating by taking a lie detector test. Some of the reasons folk give for suspecting their partner of cheating can be hilarious, like sniffing a man’s private part or finding condoms or a woman’s panties in a car. Sometimes a family member has supposedly seen the person cheating, yet the lie detector will indicate no cheating. Most of the time, the relationship will become stronger through counseling; in some cases, the bond or family liaison will end because people refuse to mind their own business. 

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Monday, January 04, 2021

The Witty Size to Marriage

A video highlighting some funny experiences of a couple celebrating their 21 years of marriage.



Monday, December 28, 2020

AFG Art Book - Issue 2 Is Now Available

After the success of their AFG Art Book Volume 1, they are bringing you Volume 2, a colorful book featuring 110 artists from around the world and more than 2,000+ color plates of their paintings and artworks. AFG Art Book Volume 2 is as varied and colorful as its predecessor is. Each artist is like a unique flower, carefully chosen and lovingly strung together in this garland in form of a book, where each brings with it his or her own fragrance with style!


Some works by Ms. Teresa Wiggins, who was featured a while back on our Blog, appear in AFG Art Book - Issue 2. To see some of her paintings and the works of other artists in AFG Art Book - Issue 2, you can order the book by clicking here.


AFG Art Book - Issue 2 would make a great Valentine’s Day gift for the art lover in your life.

Monday, December 21, 2020

It is That Time Again - Thank You for Your Continued Support

Who knew 2020 would be a year that the world would be facing a Coronavirus pandemic, a year that we would never forget. We would be facing a lockdown, wearing face-coverings, practicing social distancing, and washing our hands often to prevent the spread of COVID-19, a virus that has already claimed millions of lives worldwide.
As of December 4, 2020, there were around 65.6 million global cases of COVID-19. Over 45 million people had recovered from the disease, while there had been around 1.5 million deaths. The United States, Brazil, and India have been among the countries hardest hit by the pandemic.

Yet during these uncertain times, you have continued to be there for One World Singles Blog and we will keep on being there for you, bringing witty, entertaining, and informative articles on dating, romance, relationships, and other topics of interest.


Thank you for visiting our site, which has quadrupled in page views, your feedback and comments, and to the people who have submitted some great articles that help feed the mind, body, and soul, while stuck at home.


Whichever holiday you observe, have a Joyous, Safe, and Healthy Celebration. Moreover, please wear a face-covering when you are out in the streets, practice social distancing, and wash those hands. When you protect yourself, you are also protecting others.


Our staff is taking a well-deserved break and will return on January 4, 2021, with some extraordinary articles. If you want to write for us, please read our Submission Guidelines. 


Peace and Love

One World Singles Blog Staff

Monday, December 14, 2020

A Film About Marriage

20-year-old filmmaker wins award for a powerful 1-minute film about marriage. You may not understand the language but you will get the message.


Monday, December 07, 2020

Safety Tips for Holiday Gatherings


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Between now and January, there will be over 200 worldwide festivities, which will be different this time because of the Coronavirus pandemic and the swell of COVID-19 infections in some locales.


We may not be able to observe our favorite festivals the same way as we did in the past, but we can get creative and begin new methods of rejoicing by following these safety tips:


·    If you plan to attend a holiday party outside your local community, check the percentage of positive tests in the area you are visiting to evaluate the risk of infection. If the percentage is high, you may want to rethink going to the party. (A higher percent positive may mean more people in these areas are infected but who have not been tested yet.)


·    Since the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic, the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) has recommended gatherings be limited to small numbers, and this continues to be the case for holiday gatherings. This is true when attendees are not able to-socially distance; there is a high level of contact among attendees, and people do not wear masks. However, If there is ample room to socially distance, contact is limited, and everyone wears a mask, these steps help reduce the risk of infection or spread.


·    Although not every COVID holiday party can be held outside, the CDC continues to recommend outdoor gatherings over indoor gatherings because the ventilation is better. To warm up outdoor settings, use fire pits, chimneys, or space heaters. However, if you plan to host or attend an indoor holiday gathering, look for ways to increase ventilation, such as opening windows and doors to improve airflow. Also, limit the number of attendees to avoid crowded rooms that could turn hot and stuffy. That type of environment concentrates airborne particles generated from tiny respiratory droplets. If someone is infected with COVID, the indoor air can become contaminated with the virus and inhaled by others.


·    Following the CDC’s recommendations for social distancing and wearing masks can help reduce the risk of Coronavirus infection and spread among attendees at holiday gatherings. Although it will not be as cozy as previous holiday celebrations, the goal is to protect everyone at the party while still having a good time. To encourage everyone to wear a mask and have fun, hold an “Ugly Christmas Mask” contest along with or instead of an “Ugly Christmas Sweater” contest.


·    Set out pump-top bottles of hand sanitizer for all attendees to use frequently, and encourage them to wash their hands often if possible. Provide disinfectant wipes so partygoers can wipe down door handles, utensils, countertops, and other high-touch surfaces to help stop the spread of germs. Set a good example by using these items yourself throughout the party, and encourage others to do the same. Normalize this behavior so everyone feels comfortable.


·    Potlucks and buffets are very popular during holiday gatherings but should be avoided at any holiday party this year. If you plan to serve food, choose one person to serve the food, and prepare drinks to limit how many people are touching utensils, beverage containers, and glasses. Consider single-serve or grab-and-go options instead, such as mugs of chili, individual bags of chips or crackers, single-use containers of dip, individual fruit cups, individually wrapped desserts, and bottled beverages. Another option is to ask guests to bring their own food and drinks.


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·    During COVID, holiday travel continues to incur a high risk of exposure as you encounter more people outside your home or local community. As much as possible, socially distance from others outside your traveling party, and wear a mask while in public. Whenever possible, wash your hands using soap and water, and bring hand sanitizer for the times you cannot wash your hands. Also, do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth unless you can wash or sanitize your hands before and after doing so.


·    While it will not, be the same having everyone, you love at your holiday gatherings, it is imperative for those people who are at high risk for COVID to stay home. This includes anyone at an increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19 or who may be experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, such as fever, difficulty breathing, or loss of taste or smell. Others who should not attend include anyone who may have been exposed to COVID-19 in the last two weeks, is waiting for COVID-19 test results, or is still recovering from COVID-19.


·    Just because you host every year, or you brought everyone’s favorite dish last year, does not mean you have to do the same this year. Everyone’s comfort levels maybe different, but there are many other ways to feel connected by opting to go viral.


·    If you are staying home, set the mood by decorating the table with your best tableware or try your hand at a family recipe.


The little things are what make this time of year feel so special, no matter where you are.

Monday, November 30, 2020

Foods That Can Enhance Your Sex Life

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With the holidays approaching, sex may or may not be the last act on your mind when shopping for gifts and planning festive dinners. It is a fact that certain foods can lead to a happy sex life. However, no two bodies are the same, so each partner may have different results when engaging in sex.

So, let us get this ball rolling, no pun intended, and lists the foods to eat before engaging in sex.

- This creamy green fruit is loaded with heart-healthy fats and fiber that can deliver lasting energy in the bedroom. Avocado also has vitamin B6, which experts say can play a part to ease PMS symptoms like fatigue, bloating, and crankiness. All of that might help make it easier for women to get into a romantic mood. In Mexico, the fruit is considered an aphrodisiac. An old Aztec legend describes how young and beautiful maidens were kept in their rooms for protection during the height of the avocado season.

Chocolate - This is a no-brainer. Chocolate and romance go hand-in-hand. This sweet treat is linked with the release of serotonin, a hormone that encourages feelings of happiness and well-being. The mood boost that chocolate can bring may raise your sex drive, too. This indulgence also has many phenylethylamines, a brain chemical associated with lust and love.

Coffee or Tea
- These drinks deliver a dose of caffeine, which perks up your nervous system and help men perform better in the bedroom. Caffeine may lower your chances of erectile dysfunction, also. Coffee and tea also give you antioxidants that can help keep you healthy. Omit it close to bedtime. It could interfere with your sleep.

Fatty Fish
- Fish like salmon, sardines, and mackerel have plenty of omega-3s. These healthy fats ease inflammation in your body. That can help your sexual health.  If you are not a fan of seafood, you can also get omega-3s in flaxseed, chia seeds, and walnuts.

Maca - Native to the Peruvian mountains, the maca plant has been used for centuries to boost fertility. Today, research suggests that its root can improve sexual desire. Phytonutrients in the plant may raise sperm count and sexual function as well. Maca root is often sold as a powder. It has a nutty, earthy flavor. You can add it to your yogurt, smoothies, salads, soups, or baked goods.

- are loaded with zinc, a mineral, which helps the body make the hormone testosterone and plays a role in your mood and sex drive. Zinc may also help men make more sperm. It might also help those sperm move better. If you are not a fan of shellfish, you can load up on other foods that are high in zinc, namely beef, pork, fortified cereal, pumpkin seeds, cashews, and yogurt.

Pomegranates - Throughout history, this fruit was a symbol of fertility and a sex enhancer. There may be some truths to these tales. Experts say that drinking pomegranate juice can boost your mood, improve your blood flow, and raise your testosterone levels. Those are all things that can turn up the flames in the bedroom.

Spinach - Not seen as a sexy vegetable, who knew this leafy green vegetable is a sex pick-me-up. However, it can increase your sex drive in many ways. Spinach is rich in magnesium, a mineral that can boost your testosterone. It also has iron, which can help desire, arousal, orgasm, and sexual satisfaction, particularly in women.

- Dipped in chocolate or topped with whipped cream, strawberries are a romantic favorite. They are high in vitamin C, which may help pep up your sex drive, boost blood flow, and ease stress and anxiety. It also helps your body release more of something called oxytocin, known as the “love” hormone because of its link to sexual arousal and orgasm.

- This juicy fruit serves up plenty of an amino acid called citrulline. Your body turns it into arginine, another amino acid that helps relax your blood vessels. That can get the blood pumping in your sex organs in the same way Viagra works to treat erectile dysfunction.

Source: WebMD

Monday, November 23, 2020

Online Dating Can Be Complicated During COVID-19

Online dating can be difficult, but during a pandemic, it is an entirely different narrative. The popular resource site, Allconnect compiled the statistics behind online dating and looked at the state of online dating in 2020, and there were some surprising results. Allconnect has gathered their findings, along with some safety tips at  

Monday, November 16, 2020

Ten Books for the Best Quarantine Gifts to Give for the Holidays

With the holidays approaching, the Coronavirus is still here and keeping us stuck at home. To celebrate the holidays, you can give books to your favorite relative, friend, or associate and bring joy during these uncertain times.

Following are legal thrillers, murder mysteries and everything in between that will take the recipient to a world of make-believe, all written by spectacular authors. To order, just click on the titles:

Sleepless Nights by Norwood Holland - A lawyer faces danger while defending a client accused of taking part in the murdering of three people.

The Closet Case by Tawanna Sullivan - A web-developer is roped into a blackmail situation.

Murder with Collard Greens and Hot Sauce by A. L. Herbert - A successful woman who creates hair care products is murdered.

Queen City Ruby by Alex Cage - A group wanted by the FBI is planning to steal a precious stone worth over one hundred million dollars from a bank.

The Dentist by Tim Sullivan - A homeless man, declared legally dead several years ago, turns up murdered.

You Can’t Know This by Dwayne Alexander Smith - A financially strapped woman cannot believe how fortunate she is when she meets a wealthy man.

The Mono by Benson Nyangiro - A teenager faces some harsh realities while attending a boarding school in Kenya.

Behind The Hill by B. Ivy Woods - A computer developer suspects someone, with dire intentions, is shadowing her.

Blind Sight by Tanya R. Taylor - A blind woman becomes an armchair detective when a guest at her anniversary party plunges a terrace to her death.

Lethal Love by Perri Forrest - A wife sets her husband up for the murder of his mistress.