Announcement: I genuinely enjoy being single. Sure there are times I wish I had someone to spoon with, or that someone who isn’t my housemate would cook me dinner, but overall, single times equal good times. I can do what I want when I want to do it, I don’t need to confer with anyone … Continue reading
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Are You a Lighthouse or the Bermuda Triangle?
Perusing the Internet yesterday, I came across this great article where the author describes women who are lighthouses versus those who are the Bermuda Triangle. In a nutshell, the lighthouse woman is a beacon of light that attracts men to her. She doesn’t need to look for suitors – they not only come to her, … Continue reading
5 Things I Learned From Being Single This Summer
I opted out of the dating scene for most of the summer. I was tired of faking attraction and had recently been told I was fat from the guy who – days later – told me he loved me… no way was I ready to jump into a swarm of Boston men. So I stayed … Continue reading
Who Needs a Man When You Have Audrey?
The other night I was feeling bad for myself. It was my first night alone with the puppy, no friends or boys for distraction. Just me and the dog. (And yet, didn’t think to call Advice by Amanda to see what kind of nonsense she had going on.) So I made my mac and cheese, … Continue reading
You Gotta Have That Zsa Zsa Zsu
He respects my space And never makes me wait And he calls exactly when he says he will He’s close to my mother Talks business with my father He’s charming and endearing And I’m comfortable Yes, I just used a Taylor Swift song to start a post. I’m sorry, I know, a little pathetic, but … Continue reading
Why Being Single is (Sometimes) Awesome
Every now and then, I am extremely happy to be single. Mostly because it means I never have to check what someone else is doing before taking off to do my own thing, I can change from pajamas directly into yoga pants and there’s no one to judge my laziness, and I can shave my … Continue reading
If Liz Lemon Was Your Match Maker, This is What She’d Say
“I’m sorry that you’ve stooped this low, asking me for advice is the equivalent of going on a Facebook dating site – that you had your mom create for you.” That’s how Ms. Lemon would start, most likely wearing her princess Leia dress. You see Liz Lemon and I are kind of two of a … Continue reading