How To Remember To Update Your Blog

Let’s be real, we’re ALL busy. Every single one of us constantly has around 37 things to do, whether it be filing that report at work, training for that upcoming 5K, or simply remembering to wish your drug dealer a ‘Happy Passover’. Our lives are constantly in flux, and often take us away from the … Continue reading

How To Enjoy This Weekend in NYC

New York is known as the city that never sleeps for a reason. There is a LOT going on. Most of it is shit.  How can you sleep with so much shit going on around you? Answer: You can’t.  There is a guaranteed  surefire, can’t miss way to have a blast in NYC this weekend. Blogologues … Continue reading

How To Survive Your Family During The Holidays

Ahhhh, it’s that time of year again. You know, when the wind is crisper, cheeks are rosier, and grandmothers are drunker. With Diwali, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Christmas all falling within a hectic six week stretch, every excuse you’ve used year-round to avoid seeing the family will no longer be effective. Your dog ate your … Continue reading

How To Turn Water Into Wine

If you are interested in becoming a Saint, you are going to have to either be able to run a 40 yard dash in full pads in under 4.2 seconds, or perform a miracle, and let’s be honest, if you are reading this blog both of those things would be a miracle. Bazinga! (And lets … Continue reading

How To Get Rid Of That Ticklish Itch In Your Throat

It’s everyone’s favorite time of year – the intersection of allergy season and flu season – and that means raw, sneezy, itchy noses and throats everywhere. We all know and dread that feeling, when you get a tiny little tickle-itch at the way back of your throat and you want to just rip out your … Continue reading

How To Survive Without Power

According to the National Bureau of Statistics over 17 people lost power this past week as a result of Hurricane Sandy. If you are one of those 17 or more people you are probably experiencing a feeling of ‘ennui’. Adrift in this life without any of your electronic comforts, with nary a way to look … Continue reading

How To Be A TwentySomething

Being in your 20s is hard; it really is, you guys. During this decade, we are supposed to: graduate college, find a job with steady income, date around, ideally find our life partner, start living independently, and begin reading more than just the movie review section of the New York Times. With all this change … Continue reading

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