"There are so many young women out there who basically do this with their friends anyway — get updates on dates, find out how it went, etc.This is that phenomenon writ large." Except here, Glamour readers will enjoy the added bonus of finding out whether that advice actually works. We're not as sure about her readers, but it should be interesting to watch.(You know I’m not organized enough to have all of them … It’s not so scary after all – not when you’re ready. I’m happy I did it, and will try again in a few months. pierogies and Two weeks back in New York and totally back in (creature-of-habit) action. She was SO rad…kind, light-hearted, totally comfortable with herself ~ and best of all, now she has a copy of Apron Anxiety (which she swore she’d read/I blv her! I don’t even know the day of the week.)COSMO: BABY BETRAYALCOSMO: 12 DAYS OF SEX MOVESNEW YORK MAGAZINE: SNOOPINGNEW YORK MAGAZINE: SEXTINGNEW YORK MAGAZINE: AYAHUASCA BOYFRIENDULTRATRAVEL: WINTER ISSUE and FALL ISSUECurrently working on many more stories of karmic poetry and empty calories including, and most importantly, Book #2!!! Si si, the universe had some ideas of its own this year: I lost my super-skinny body to super-crispy pizza; I lost an early draft of my next book; and I lost a big job for the first time (now felt like shit). I met someone I adore and trust and crave and respect – one day I’ll tell you the story, and you’ll believe in fate. We found a disposable razor in the pool-house bathroom and I had one of the Guns N' Roses guys shave my entire body." 4) The reference to the dating column/Gawker saga: "My dating blog for Glamour received substantial traffic, but also armies of haters because of its feather-light content and general lack of substance or self-analysis (I never took it seriously and it showed).
Within reason, of course (obviously), but Glamour editor-in-chief Cindi Leive says that Shelasky will have to "take their counsel seriously," as though she were talking to her girlfriends.
had hired web designer Chris Jones to head up its website — launching in April 2007 — the rollout of new Condé Nast websites in 2006 has proceeded quietly and with little fanfare.
Former Fairchilder was one of the first to get up and running, followed by and — all featuring video and blogs.
Plus, it’s a juicy read even if you don’t try out any of the 30 recipes.
How do you feel about having your life out there so clearly?