I’m just a single girl in Boston; working, living, dating and writing about it all! The stories are real, but the names have been changed to protect the not-so-innocent.
I started this blog in April of 2011 at the suggestion of friends who, after listening to my countless stories about my dating misadventures, commented that I should have my own reality show. Spilling my guts and all of the naughty details of my dating life all over the internet is the same thing, right? And so, here I blog.
I must admit, I never thought that anything would come of telling my dating tales to anyone who would listen. (Was anyone listening?) I really just needed a place to let my creative juices flow, to work through my inner dating demons, to figure out who I was as a newly divorced, single mom, jumping back into the dating scene. It really began as my personal, yet very public, virtual diary. Sure, I’d love to be the next Carrie Bradshaw (I love Sex and the City and I am a professional writer), but I see myself as a little bit more of a Samantha mixed with a bit of Miranda and a splash of Charlotte garnished with Carrie. But I’ll let you read and decide for yourself.
I grew what began as my online diary into a lucrative business writing about sex and dating for multiple outlets such as Singles Warehouse, Indie Chicks Magazine and Kinkly, guest blogging for numerous dating and relationship blogs, and appearing as a guest on multiple radio and podcast shows to spread my knowledge about sex, dating and single life. I’m always excited to work with other professionals in the dating/relationship/sex industry. In 2014, I began working at the Adult Video News (AVN) Awards and expo in Las Vegas where I have had the privilege of interviewing prominent production companies, producers and directors as well as actors and actresses in the adult industry such as AJ Applegate, Janet Mason, Johnny Castle and Lexington Steele. My AVN adventures have also lead me to interview mainstream celebrities such as Sunny Megatron (Showtime’s Sex with Sunny) and sociologist Dr. Chauntelle Tibbals.
When I’m not writing or talking about the juicy details of my sex and dating life, I can be found watching a Red Sox game, traveling to new and exciting places or, when New England weather cooperates, laying on a beach with a drink in my hand.
The stories are real, the content is raw, but this is me. Take it or leave it. I’m an unapologetic Boston girl and this is my blog: locker room talk… girl style!