Never eat pot chocolate on a third date, and other lessons about love.
This week, we’re sharing stories from Emily Raboteau, Joe Bernstein and Davey Alba, Jen Doll, Kate Harris, and Lisa Franklin.
Jen Doll considers the value of millennials owning whatever privilege and generational wealth they’ve benefitted from as a step toward acknowledging that the path to success isn’t a level playing field, and income inequality is a major obstacle for many.
This week, we’re sharing stories from Lizzie Johnson, Erica L. Green and Katie Benner, Jamie Lauren Keiles, Laurie Penny, and Jen Doll.
“This is the other thing about Phish: you can be just as earnest and dorky as you want to be.”
Jen Doll comes to terms with her inner teenager … or whatever.
Dancing the nights away with bar and bat mitzvah professionals known as “party motivators.”
Longreads’ Essays Editor on the importance of budgeting for personal narratives.
A personal essay in which Jen Doll, author of Save the Date: The Occasional Mortifications of a Serial Wedding Guest, tries to makes sense of a breakup that happened the day before a romantic vacation — and blindsided her in the same ways the presidential election did.
Jen Doll tries to make sense of a breakup that happened the day before a romantic vacation — and blindsided her in the same ways the presidential election did.