Category Archives: Summer

Chronicle I: Drunken Venting

Okay. I’m slightly obliterated right now, so I apologize if this post is merely one of drunken, whiny, venting. Tonight I sat in my backyard with my best friend, drank a few glasses of Moscato, and talked about things like … Continue reading

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Chronicle I: All the Women Who Independent, Throw Your Hands Up at Me

When did it become O.K. for women to become the towel that men use to wipe the sweat off of their foreheads after a long, hard night of partying? Someone asked me to see a movie tonight. A really good looking someone. … Continue reading

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Chronicle I: Metamorphosis

Me? I’m a college student, a new-found PR intern in Manhattan, and a go-getter. But the insecure side of myself says that I’m an awkward, fat-legged, obsessive compulsive girl that will never get a boyfriend. So who am I? Am … Continue reading

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