As we all know, your boy is now single. Not a whole lot has been going on since the break up honestly. I’m still a little butt hurt about us not being together and I still go through that “damn I miss this and damn I miss that” about my baby mood but all in … More Accepting it.. Do we get back out there or chill?
When you’re the investigative, hyper-intuitive type and you just so happen to be going through something, say a breakup; social media is probably not the place for you. Case in point, you and you’re loved one recently separated, you both have a pretty decent amount of friends/fans on social media, you notice via Instagram and … More Social Media & Breakups
It’s not easy being in a relationship in LA. It’s like playing a game of Contra on Nintendo. You start out as a duo or partnership in the mean streets or stages of life. With each new day it’s like a new stage in the game. The stages get harder and harder making it more … More Relationships in LA are like playing Contra on Nintendo!
So you’re in a relationship and you don’t know how you both should approach your social media outlets? You’ve been in past relationships that were somewhat ruined by social media or you allowed too many people into your relationship? Oh you’re a serial Facebook relationship type and now you want to approach the dating landscape … More Relationships vs. Social Media: Part 2 What works & What doesn’t
Alright, check it out, so the other day I had a conversation with “bae” about relationships and social media. We talked about what has worked in the past and what hasn’t. We touched on my standpoint on us and social media (which I will get to in part 2) and what the rest of the … More Relationships vs. Social Media: Part 1
UGH, THE LA FUCK BOI So. Having moved to LA from the South, I didn’t really know what to expect. When I tell you, I’ve encountered more fuck boys in LA than in my entire years on this earth; it’s unreal. From immature 30+ year olds, to hype beasts, to all around d-bags, it’s like … More Baddie Conversations: The F*ck Boy part 2 feat. Erin Keels
We recently caught up with a friend and mentor of ShortDudeBigCity, the LA native fly girl and entrepreneur Dom Brown to talk about “Fuck Boys” and gain a woman’s perspective on the dating scene in LA. SDBC: How do you deal with being a “baddie” and going out on a date with a dude and … More Baddie conversations: The F*ck Boy Feat. Dom Brown (@Dom_LA)