Diary of a dating diva

12 Mar

Social Clout: 34,308 followers, 2,173 likes URL: Bragging Rights: single, sexy and saved Diary of a Dating Diva is from a refreshing and admittedly opinionated young woman as she struggles through “overall hilarity of dating in the new millennium.” Vegan since birth, she describes her style as “a dash of silly, a pinch of eclectic mixed with a tad of intellect.” Her site tackles STD awareness, sexual exclusivity and the depressive side of dating.Social Clout: 3,919 followers URL: Bragging Rights: she’s been through the ups and downs This certified life coach from New Jersey explores the realities of today’s dating scene.It can be a tough decision to decide which man is my featured Bachelor of the Month, but this time it was easy!Our Bachelor is a very easy-going, successful and humble guy!Delivering more of the same outrageousness she's known for, Rivers' satire touches on everything from slavery to the holocaust, eating disorders to immigration.While no topic is too taboo, the term "politically incorrect" undermines how far she's willing to go in her faux-bigoted act.There are more ways to define ourselves than wife or mother. Sit down and say something like, “we’ve been hanging out for a while and I just wanted to know where you see this going.” And don’t be hurt if he doesn’t respond right away. They’ll call 3 days later after they’ve had a chance to think and then you can revisit the conversation. You shouldn’t feel like a failure if it doesn’t turn into something more. They sometimes appear not to be able to keep their hands off each other.DL: Every guy you meet is not supposed to be your boyfriend or your husband. I think women need to learn to be aggressive and lady-like at the same time. Sometimes the President gazes at Michelle like she’s the only woman in the room. ABelle In where she muses daily on dating, pop culture and women’s empowerment.

Michelle Wineries, Marymoor Park, Woodland Park, and West Seattle Summerfest! But the world’s OTHER great diarist, Joan Rivers, is alive and kicking. In the extraordinary tradition of The Habit of Being: Letters of Flannery O’Connor and George Orwell’s Diaries, comes an intimate and enriching glimpse into the mind of the most illuminating woman-of-letters of her generation—the provocative exploration of an age in which she has lived on and on and on and on.When her daughter Melissa gives her a diary for Christmas, at first Joan is horrified—who the hell does Melissa think she is? But as Joan, being both beautiful and introspective, begins to record her day-to-day musings, she realizes she has a lot to say. WITH NEW MATERIAL Praise for Diary of a Mad Diva"[A] visciously hilarious memoir."--Time Out New York Praise for I Hate Everyone…Starting with Me “More punch lines per paragraph than any book I’ve read in years.” —The New York Times “Nobody, but nobody, can hate like Joan Rivers. It is also shocking, the things she makes us laugh at…Joan Rivers is extraordinary, but she’s not for the easily offended—or for anyone who gets offended at all.” —People“Often hilarious, often shocking, totally politically incorrect.” —Liz Smith“She holds nothing back.” —The Washington Post “Spares no one.” —Huffington Post “An entertaining rant…The only thing missing is the sound of a drumroll and cymbals to feel as though one is sitting in a nightclub watching a live comedy marathon…A raucous, biting look at life.” —Kirkus Reviews “Rivers is equally passionate and opinionated on every subject she discusses.Twenty Something: More and more young people are unemployed and still living at home. Demetria Lucas: This is not the baby boomer generation. After graduating from undergrad, I went straight to grad school because I couldn’t find a job.They’re also postponing marriage to pursue their careers and do things their parents never got to do. I wanted my own money and my own space but had to deal with a bad economy.