Filed under Single Life

Single Girls and the Second Shift

For much of my adult life, I’ve worked a second job of some sort. Scratch that-I’ve basically been juggling multiple jobs since I was a teen. I worked at the local themepark, but also babysat and housecleaned “on the side.” During college, I did the same-had a “real” job at a doctor’s office plus babysat … Continue reading

Loneliness is a Powerful Affliction

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, more than likely you are aware of the Manti Te’o “catfishing” story that’s made almost every kind of headline imaginable the past couple of weeks. Just in case you crawled out from under that rock to read my blog today, let me recap: star college football player, Heisman … Continue reading

Something to think about…

Thanks, everyone, for sticking around even though the blog entries have become less frequent and less about my horrifying dating tales, since I haven’t had any recently (I have a boyfriend, y’all!). If anyone has horrifying dating tales they’d like to tell in my absence, please let me know. I’ll gladly give you the floor. … Continue reading

Being (Accidentally) Single

“I know you’ll be fine alone, you’re not a baby in a hot car.” -Justin Timberlake, in the movie Friends with Benefits I’ve been wanting to write about being single, but I never know where to start. There have been a lot of different studies and opinion pieces in major news outlets lately about single … Continue reading

A Perfect Fit

Today we’re going to talk about boobs. Bear with me. I have a point about dating, and I will make it eventually, but I am asking the court for a bit of leniency in getting there. You in? Of course you are, everyone loves boobs. Recently Miss November and I went to happy hour at … Continue reading

Talk to Me

First, thanks to everyone that takes the time to read my blog. If you are enjoying this sad little running commentary about my “love life” I hope you’ll use the little widget and sign up to follow my blog, so that you don’t miss a single chapter of my misadventures. I really appreciate the blog … Continue reading