Watch: Too Many Tolls, Episodes 3 & 4

Apps you can use to strengthen your long-distance relationships and the importance of taking time for yourself.


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Texting, talking via the phone or video chatting via Skype, we have these modes of communication down for our long-distance relationships, whether that be with our friends, colleagues or lovers. In episode three of our long-distance relationship vlog, Too Many Tolls, Curve social media intern Lauren Leiggi shares the apps that she uses with her girlfriend, like Couple, Snapchat and Any.do, and she explains how apps that we already use, like Dropbox and Spotify, can be used to strengthen the communication, as well as up the romance, within your relationship.

In episode four, Leiggi discusses the little things that keep a relationship, as well as yourself, going. It's easy to be swept away in the day-to-day telling of one’s life, and it is crucial to take a moment to breathe when things become stressfull. Leiggi shares with us how she got caught up in a recent injury, how that impacted her relationship and how it was important for her to touch base with the little things that make her happy to be grounded, both in herself and in her relationship.

Watch episode three and four right here, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to get our vlogs, event coverage and interviews sent directly to your email.

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