The COVID-19 pandemic is this generation's JFK assassination or 9/11. Our children will look back on these days and always remember where they were when this global crisis hit. At home. Like the rest of us. The coronavirus quarantine is also a fantastic social experiment. I've enjoyed watching ... » Learn More about COVID’s Social Experiment
Here, have some funny served with a side of inappropriate. Because life is too short, laugh!
I've no complaints about dedicating the majority of recent writing to my book. But I gotta say: I've missed word vomiting over here! I've been itching to get back to sharing the meaningless and embarrassing details of my life. LET'S GET STARTED! Writing a book right after the year of Too Many ... » Learn More about My First Week on NutriSystem (Also: Why I’ve Been Farting Like a Teenage Boy)
Ever since I can remember, I've worn my feelings on my face. I'm an expert eye roller, nose scruncher, and lip curler. If I'm feeling any type of emotion, you'll see it all up on my grill before you'll hear it in my voice. This makes it difficult for me to live life without appearing painfully ... » Learn More about How I Ruin Pictures
My Mom is not a shopper, which makes me wonder if I was switched at birth. You can imagine the teenage angst that was my Mother's refusal to shop with me. Ask your friend's mom; she loves the mall! But she would hand over her Visa, and all was forgiven. This year, though, she requested my ... » Learn More about If You Take My Mom To Target
A first true love is butterfly wings beating against the brain, clouding good judgement and all reason. An all-consuming, borderline obsession coupled with a physical ache that plagues the body. It's the kind of excitement rivaled only by a young child's on Christmas Eve. In a word, our first ... » Learn More about The New Face of Romance