Hello dear friends! Apologies for the delay, but she's been celebrating for the gods this week, so much so that by the end of it all, I was shakier than Liza Minnelli on a boat. That's okay though. It was worth it and I'll be continuing to recoup today. Brace yourself for a long one,… Continue reading So You Think You Can Weekend?
Time for another Smörgåsbord and we're on round III! Enjoy the charcuterie board of topics this week. Shopping The past few weeks were pretty major in terms of sales. I already covered the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale. The other "major" one barely deserves mention. Amazon's Prime Day. What a massive dumpster fire! In addition to the… Continue reading Smörgåsbord III
I haven't posted as frequently in the last week because I've been just enjoying some time "off", as it were, with the holiday and a few days off from real work. Also, if I don't go out and live my life, I will have nothing to write about. Beyond the extraordinary weather last week, which included… Continue reading Let’s Catch Up!
Oh friends. It has been a week! Spring fever has melted into some kind of weird suspended reality where dating now requires an Olympic sized pool of patience and a complete lack of expectations. Absolutely no expectations. Specifically in regard to general etiquette. Some of you saw my Instagram story and reached out with words… Continue reading Single in The Windy City: Part III
Instead of effusing about my mom, who I affectionately call "Marge" of "Ma", I thought I'd create a tangible list of the value she has brought to my life and the lessons she has taught me. Brace yourselves; it's a long list. Be polite. Respect yourself and others. Read. Put butter on the outside of the bread when… Continue reading Marge
I don't know what the experience is like for single males these days, but I find myself experiencing a general lack of traction, options, and meaning in my efforts to meet someone. I'm hearing this from a few of my fabulous, beautiful, and successful single girlfriends as well. As someone that is proactive, I'm suprised… Continue reading Single in The Windy City: Part II
Most people when they're younger have the tendency to think, feel, and act in extremes. Gray area doesn't exist. I was not an exception. The pattern I found myself in as a younger person was choosing to buy into the darkness (negativity) instead of the lightness (positivity). Even less common would be my acknowledgment that… Continue reading The Power of Choice
New podcast alert! And surprise; it isn't true crime related. "Whimsically Volatile" is a podcast hosted by one of my favorite drag queens, Katya Zamolodchikova (Brian McCook) and Craig MacNeil, his longtime friend from Boston as well as director, producer, DJ, etc. I discovered Katya not from RuPaul's Drag Race Season 7 or All Stars 2, which made… Continue reading Whimsically Volatile
Hi guys! Today I'm going to be discussing the plethora of options you have when it comes to dating applications. I'll share my own personal experience using them and what I think is worth a try or not. Do note that I have deleted and re-downloaded almost all of them multiple times over the course… Continue reading Dating Apps: The Good, The Decent, The Loss of Faith in Humanity
I'm totally pulling a Carrie Bradshaw, minus the cigarette and downtown Manhattan apartment that she was able to afford alongside an expensive shoe addiction. I get it though. We are basically the same, me with my dinky studio in Lincoln Park and my expensive GrubHub addiction. ...where did you get all that money? As you… Continue reading Single in the Windy City