Matchmaking maven Amy Laurent has built an empire in New York City by bringing perfect matches together all thanks to “The Rules.” But when an old flame comes back to town, she struggles to follow her own advice.Radio host and sex expert Emily Morse is on a life mission to help people have better sex.[read more...] GUINEA PIG OF LOVE: LESSONS LEARNED ELLE AUGUST 7, 2012 BY JULIA ALLISON And so my chapter as a Guinea Pig of Love comes to a close. They say you teach what you yourself need to learn.
unleashed a war of words on Fox News host Megyn Kelly in August 2015, questioning her professionalism and suggesting she treated him unfairly at a Republican debate last year because she was menstruating.
That seems entirely based in this premise, with just blips of how the "experts" conduct their professional business and a focus on how they fail personally, is a kind of evolution overall in the dating show—though I'm not sure it's a forward evolution. " data-reactid="24" in which we got glimpses into Patti Stanger's sometimes troubled dating life.
The underlying theme here is that even if you're an expert telling other women (and sometimes men) how to date, you're not necessarily so great at it yourself.
Julia Allison is a journalist, entrepreneur, public speaker, relationship expert, columnist for ELLE.com, star of BRAVO's "Miss Advised," Georgetown graduate & former WIRED cover girl. Kitchen’s Board Chair [read more...] ON LOSING ALMOST EVERYTHING – AND THE START OF A HAPPY ENDING XOJANE FEBRUARY 13, 2013 BY JULIA ALLISON “Where’s my husband?! ” I joked to camera while filming the first season of my BRAVO reality show, “Miss Advised,” late in 2011.
She's made hundreds of appearances on NBC, CBS, ABC, Fox, CNN, MSNBC, VH1 & MTV, written for Newsweek, The Chicago Tribune, Cosmopolitan, New York magazine, Time Out New York and The New York Post & spoken at MIT, Wharton, Harvard on new media, personal branding, marketing & entrepreneurship. I was 30 years old, with a decade of Carrie Bradshaw-esque dating columns under my belt, and no ring on my finger.
In May of 2013 East Coast Dyes moved into a 2,000 square foot facility in Lutherville, Maryland.