I recently read Otherhood: Modern Women Finding a New Kind of Happiness by Melanie Notkin and quickly realized that she could have been writing about my life. The women Ms. Notkin interviewed for this book, along with her personal experiences, mirrored my own dating trials and tribulations.
For those of you who aren’t aware (which up until two days ago included me), Jill Abramson was the first female Executive Editor for the New York Times (NYT). Her career started with the monolith as managing editor, a position she occupied until she was promoted to the position she’d be ultimately and unceremoniously fired from three short years later. She … Read More
Recently, a girlfriend and I decided we were overdue for a girls night out (aka: grown and sexy night out) and met for happy hour at a local restaurant. What ensued once I arrived was nothing short of hilarity in its finest form. I got dressed in what I thought was an appropriate grown, classy AND sexy (I happen to … Read More
This week the fashion world lost one of their own, L’Wren Scott, a designer and model. However, the media choose to giver her the sole identity of Mick Jagger’s girlfriend. A number of outlets minimized Ms. Scott’s contributions to the world with this leading headline. “Mick Jagger’s designer girlfriend L’Wren Scott commits suicide.”
I’m 42 and I’m single…there I said it. What does my future hold at this stage? Am I destined to be alone? If so, what does that look and feel like? I’m trying to figure my life out and sometimes it’s scary and other times it’s exciting. Scary in the sense of “what if this is it? What if my … Read More