Learning to love certain foods

When I was a kid, I was very particular about foods I didn’t like to eat. I guess that means I was a picky eater, but I prefer the phrase “having preferential taste buds.” Yep, just PR’ed that. Anyhow, as I’ve gotten older and started cooking and dining out more, I’ve found that several things I would never eat as […]

Moving to morning workouts

There are two types of workout people: morning and evenings. And until recently, I thought the morning people were crazy. Get up early…voluntarily? To…work out? NO WAY. I prefer to work out at night. I used that time to work off the days stress, clear my head and just relax. But working out at night takes a big commitment too. […]

Secret single behavior

So what’s next? Secret single behavior. Time to pull back the curtain to Oz and disclose some of my quirky behaviors that I will admit I do as a singleton but would not do in a relationship. Alright, time to dish: Shoe fashion shows – I have a lot of shoes that I don’t wear. Mostly because of my flats preference, […]

Valentine’s Day

The number one thing that bothers me about Valentine’s Day is the idea that if you’re single, you have nothing to celebrate. No man to buy you flowers, take you to dinner, get some sweet nookie after. First, I can take care of all of those things for myself. Thank you very much. Having a guy in my life to […]

My take on the Times’ Modern Love

That’s right, Arielle and I are back with another edition of Single Girl Confidential! But this time, instead of talking about being single making us fat or making out with guys, we’re both sharing our POVs on a recent New York Times’ Modern Love column. The column, can be found here, and I shared it with pretty much every single […]