A reader who wants to like the book Kabul Beauty School can’t get her head around the author’s decision to work in a dangerous land, away from her children.
A chronically broken down elevator causes Ali to philosophize about the saying “we’re only human”.
Ali goes to work on a TV show about relationship deal breakers and decides to share a few of her own.
One thing about the internet, when you’re bored there are always lots of animals who seem human to entertain you, like these cats playing patty cake. Yes, really.
Ever since I started reading Us Weekly (and I honor its title by religiously reading it weekly), I’ve been under the impression that there had to be some sort of conspiracy theory to explain why nearly every single Hollywood couple divorces.
When a car dies, it’s not like we should mourn, right? As Ali discovers, cars acquire personalities. We grow to like (or love them) and often they are there for the most important moments of our lives.
Who knew there was so much to be learned from unemployment? When Ali leaves her day job she discovers Jewish guilt, what happens at Starbucks during the day and why TiVo isn’t essential.
I never thought I’d be the online dating type. The online dating type, to me at least, being that 45-year-old woman with a really bad perm, a crap load of cats and a weakness for soaps who sighed into her coffee every morning wondering what exactly it was about her that kept men away.
On day one of my two-week, eight-country European tour, when our tour guide brought up attending a sex show that night in Amsterdam, I jumped on it (pun intended, sure).
A video called “How to Be Alone” inspires Ali Dubrow to reflect on the joys of spending quality time with yourself.