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The Morning After

So here we are. February 15th. One day after cuffing season’s Championship game. As always, it was an interesting season. I saw some surprising results: both devastating losses and epic comebacks. Congrats to all the players that came out on top, you played well. But for those of you who didn’t have such a great Valentine’s Day and still find yourselves unhappily single or in a messy ‘situationship,’ I’m not going to insult you with sports cliché’s like “everyone is a winner,” because that’s not true. Valentine’s Day, as cheesy and superficial as it may seem, can be a very…

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Humor, Love

Cuffing Season Returns!

We are approximately 27 days into Fall. The days are getting shorter, skirts are getting longer and the weather is getting colder. This debacle of a presidential race is leading into an election that personifies what it means to be caught between a rock and a hard place. If you don’t get killed by a clown or relocate to Canada before Hilary or Trump runs this country into the ground, then you’re in for a particularly harsh winter. Meteorologists are predicting record low temperatures. But more important than any of those aforementioned notes is this … Cuffing Season is upon…

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Humor, Love

Not Another Pre-Valentine’s Day Post!

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner I’m sure we can expect an overload of unsolicited relationship advice, collective man-bashing, sappy Instagram memes and, my personal favorite, “I don’t need a man to make me happy” tweets. Although my V-day plans will most likely include a bottle of booze and a Sex & The City marathon, I won’t contribute to the proliferation with yet another bitter blog post. I will, however, share an illustration of the horror story that is my love life, just in case you thought you were the only one living in the single-girl Twilight Zone. As told…

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Humor, Lifestyle, Love

2015, Take a Shot for Me!

So it’s the end of another year. Page 365. I guess I’m supposed to get super reflective and assess everything that has happened over the last year. Where do I start? I’m 11 months past the most foul situation I’ve ever experienced. I dyed my hair black. I graduated from Howard University. I moved to Los Angeles. I started my first real job. I payed bills. I started a blog. I wasn’t home for Thanksgiving or Christmas. I saved a bunch of money on my car insurance by switching to Geico. I lost 15 pounds. There are people I don’t…

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