Real stories about dating and relationships in New York City. Truth is more interesting than fiction.

Living for Ourselves

Perhaps I should I have a rule, only blog when I’m clearheaded.  I fear that this post won’t make sense to anyone but me.  But I’ve given it a lot of thought and so here goes (note to my non-Twitter following readers, I have the flu or something that feels an awful lot like the […]
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Bonus Points for Failure

One of the totally random things I’ve done a lot of in my working life, both pre and post career transition, is recruiting.  Recruiting, hiring, whatever you call it, basically I spend a lot of time looking at dozens or maybe even hundreds of resumes trying to figure out who I’d like to interview.  And then, I […]
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Something Else I Need to Learn

I hate nosy people. HATE them. I hate it when people butt their noses into my business. I hate it when family members invite themselves into my personal life and ask me about things that I feel they have no right to know. I hate it when co-workers ask me about my family and upbringing, […]
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I’ve Never Lied To You

We’d been dating for about 3 weeks and in that time had already seen quite a bit of each other by NYC 30/40 something, busy professional standards. He’d spent the night at my place 3 nights that week and had taken to calling me most mornings as he was on the way to work, to […]