Jane Borden is an author, journalist, and screenwriter. She contributes regularly to the Washington Post, Vanity Fair, Real Simple, and Southern Living, among other outlets. Her work has also appeared in The New York Times Magazine.
Her first book, "I Totally Meant to Do That", was published by Crown in March 2011. Vanity Fair called it “affectionate” and New York Magazine deemed it “lowbrow-brilliant.” The Brooklyn Paper announced Borden as “the new ‘It’ girl.” Instead, she moved to LA.
Before all of that, she was a staff editor for seven years at Time Out New York, where she covered pop-culture and wellness.
My husband and I each spend a week away from our family every year. Further, we sleep in separate beds that are pushed together, but with a couple of inches between them, so we don’t interrupt one another’s sleep. I wouldn’t have it any other way.
In the unstable future of this continuously emerging market, the real question is…how much longer will my sister let me use her login?
This is hilarious. This woman has a future in late night.
Amazing that Forbes put “shrooms“ in a headline. It’s 2019!
If this is true, it must come to light and be reckoned with. Unfortunately, we won’t know if it’s true until 2027.
I’ve been doing neck exercises since I was a child, at the behest of my Southern debutante aunt. The grande dames of the South are not ahead of the curve on much, but vanity (and having the time to spend on it) has always been their strong suit.
Reason and logic compel me to believe that parenting has never been harder or easier during one time in history than another. But, damn, these are harrowing times.
“Spliff-stachio Crunch” ... “Pipe Dreams of Cherry” ... “A Joint Mint-ure” ... “Blundt Cake and Cream” ... “Elderberry Flower Power” ... or maybe just “Pot Brownie” ... actually, they should just call it “Munchies”
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