Advice

Your Definitive Guide to Caitlyn Jenner Cocktail Conversation

Jessie Rosen - June 9, 2015

As you know unless you’ve been stranded in the middle of the ocean without cell phone reception for two weeks, Bruce Jenner said goodbye and Caitlyn Jenner said hello. Yes, Caitlyn with a C. More on that later. Regardless of your opinion on the matter, this is a huge moment in history. And with huge moments come huge opinions (aka the best opinions). Your social circle may …

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How To Survive Your 10 Year College Reunion

Jessie Rosen - June 2, 2015

(What felt like) 20 minutes ago, I wrote a blog post called “What I Learned At My 5 Year College Reunion.” Today I am writing this reflection on surviving my 10 year college reunion. If that wasn’t enough to send me into an emotional tailspin, I also attended the college graduation of my littlest sister (read my advice for her people here), submitted the second draft …

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Advice For The Class of 2015 aka My Littlest Sister

Jessie Rosen - May 28, 2015
class of 2015

Hi Alex and the rest of the class of 2015! How are you? Just kidding! I know you’re terrible. I know you’re miserable. I know you’re so freaking hungover. I know this because 10 years ago (or one decade. depends on how depressed you want to feel about it), I was exactly where you are: about to graduate from college. I had (and have) never been more depressed in …

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Meditation For Beginners, Who Are Terrible at Meditation

Jessie Rosen - March 19, 2015

As I mentioned, I’ve just started one of Deepak Choprah and Oprah’s 21-Day Meditation Challenges. As I failed to mention on purpose, this is the third time… Basically Oprak create this user-friendly, totally guided, 100% free content that is released daily for 21 days. Each installment runs for approximately 20 minutes and includes an intro by Oprah, a lesson by Deepak and timed meditation with …

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Regarding what bridesmaids can and cannot tell the bride…

admin - April 29, 2010

When do you have to suck it up and when can you say “no” to the bride? Here’s a preview of my AOL article on that very issue. I’ve lost count of the number of TV shows about brides-behaving-badly. There’s “Bridezillas” (now in double-digit seasons), “Say Yes to the Dress” (which they usually don’t …), and “Million Dollar Weddings” (or, “Even though it’s all free, …

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