That Kind of Girl has created some cheeky valentines to celebrate the romantic qualities of former U.S. presidents. Take a look — you’ll “love” what you see.
If you’ve ever known someone who leaves his/her toenail clippings in the carpets, tosses clothes on the floor, or is just generally irritating in a way that makes you feel powerless, passive-aggressive or downright mean, this article is for you.
Last autumn, when I moved to Boston, I was convinced that I was fully prepared for the cold weather. Bold words from a girl who’d spend the previous two decades baking like a lizard on a rock in the Las Vegas desert – but how hard could it really be?
…when you toss aside the centerpieces and signature cocktails, you see the true heart of hosting. When we welcome people warmly and graciously into our homes, I believe we’re communicating a few important things: that their presence is worth a little extra effort on our parts. That we want them to feel comfortable and enjoy themselves. In short, that we value them.
“That Kind of Girl” goes through all the usual stages of grief after a relationship break-up…but then she discovers another stage no one ever talks about…and it’s a big one.
During National Novel Writing Month, our writer decides that writers really are so weird they need their own reality show. Take John Cheever, for example, who could only write in the nude. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg in literary land.
If 99% of the world’s religions are to be believed, the lion’s share of our strange, bittersweet journey on this earth is a quest in learning how to live right. Kind of backwards, isn’t it? Here we are, marvels of bio-kinetic technology, cracked out of the box in mint condition – only to spend the next eighty or so years writing our own user manuals.
Back in July, I set out on one of the most unlikely adventures of my life to date: I decided to take up running. Don’t get me wrong — I didn’t want to do it, exactly. But modern medical science suggests a girl ought to occasionally flex some muscles other than her brain, and I […]
What would you do if you were sexually assaulted? That Kind of Girl thought she knew all the right things to do…until it happened to her.
That Kind of Girl takes a fascinating and fresh look at the bastion of every neighbourhood worth its salt — the convenience store, home of the five-dollar loaf of bread, and rows of salty junk food peppered with plastic bins of limp produce, all offered at a gentle 300% mark-up.