In retelling an adventure I just had in Paris with my brilliant friend Michael Braverman, he shared with me his own personal encounter. Now our tales were not similar but it opened up a conversation about understanding ourselves as well as another’s difference. Michael and I met a over decade ago in Los Angeles back
You can read my article for Huffington Post about breaking up well: here
Author: Alex Lentz Growing up, one of the main things I learned about beauty was: the longer the hair, the more beautiful you were. For most of my life, my hair was kept at a typical length but during my freshman year of high school, I chopped off my long, curly locks to support my
(Photography by Alex Douglas @blaow) The gorgeous Loretta Andrews and I chuckle about being single at Christmas on Premier Radio in London. You can hear the 12 minute snippet here!
Not all were meant to marry at 20 – some weren’t meant to marry at all. Marriage is merely a gift planted in our heart that will one day manifest, but base our ID and happiness on it, and we’ve lost the plot. Here’s my article for Moral Revolution you can read it here
When it comes to Mighty Men, they are intrinsically clear about their intentions with women. Too often I hear the same names of men be mentioned to me by tearful women, ones who repeatedly text a women, day after day, intrigued by the female species, yet rarely able to keep their heart
(Wearing one of Dawn O’Porter’s skirts from her BOB Range in LA the other week. You can find her collection here www.bobbydop.com) I’ve learnt something new about myself these past few months. Something new to my awareness, but an age old habit that has probably been around for about 15 years. It was only until
It’s been a while since I went on a date, perhaps through choice, more like fear of losing my singledom (Why would she want to be single at 34??) I’ve been rather content to be single. Content because I’m not sure where I might even live by May – the sunny mountains of California?
‘Oh we’ll find ourselves one day, just as soon as Adam turns up’.
I’m sinking amid a giant chair and the bar of the Ace Hotel, Downtown Los Angeles. And I’ve not even touched the liquor. I’m just…relaxed. It’s November, 78 degrees outside, stomach is flat, skin is clear, still agile (in the sense I can still pick up a pencil if I’ve dropped it), my roots are
(Pictured: Carrie – taken at the De Young Museum, San Francisco, May 2014). I’ll go back. To 6 months ago. I’m dressed as a flapper, donning a black Chloe dress and fake Chanel pearls. A glass of rancid Cabernet Sauvignon in one hand (I was at a bar that refused to believe in wine – who are
The Importance of Covering Each Other in Community; Especially After the Break Up. The irony of writing about relationships, the trials, the tribulations is that to stay accountable, you must cover those you write about. So details in matters of the heart will always remain a mystery. You must protect them from gossip,