I live alone and it is definitely a learning experience.
There's a lot of advice for women on how not to be needy.
If the male denizens of the Houses of Parliament are so devoid of self-control that they are powerless to resist stroking young, female interns, might I suggest that we have bigger things to worry about than my hair.
As a Young Possessor of the Chub, I remember people constantly telling me "Don't worry, you'll hit puberty and thin out, then you'll be SUCH a beauty."
Doing “unfeminist” things doesn’t make you a hypocrite, it makes you human.
Next time I'll "just say no" to videos like these, but is that enough?
Many natural procrastinators I know are people who are praised for their intelligence. They misinterpret that as a sign that they don’t need to have structure for their brain’s daily activities, and don’t need to give it the proper respect and exercise that it requires and deserves.
being an adult
I have a job and a home and a bank account and I take care of things (living ones! including myself!). But I still don't feel how I'd imagined I'd feel by 36.
I have the equivalent of a huge, uh, package in this arena, but I hate the competition around it -- my friends who couldn’t do it had to deal with shame and guilt piled on by moms who should have been supportive.
Using the term “war” implies a systematic and highly organized effort to suppress and ultimately eliminate Christmas celebrations.
I have never been set on fire, but I imagine that pain to be slightly less than what I felt immediately.
It’s that time of year. Joy and cheer and interrogative questions about your dating life and career choices from people you only kind of know and care about.
This week, the ladies offer some much-needed career advice.